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Exodus 21

CEB 1 These are the case laws that you should set before them: NIV 1 “These are the laws you are to set before them: CEB 2 When you buy a male Hebrew slave, he will serve you for six years. But in the seventh year, he will go free without any payment. NIV 2 “If you buy a Hebrew servant, he is to serve you for six years. But in the seventh year, he shall go free, without paying anything. CEB 3 If he came in single, he will leave single. If he came in married, then his wife will leave with him. NIV 3 If he comes alone, he is to go free alone; but if he has a wife when he comes, she is to go with him. CEB 4 If his master gave him a wife and she bore him sons or daughters, the wife and her children will belong to her master. He will leave single. NIV 4 If his master gives him a wife and she bears him sons or daughters, the woman and her children shall belong to her master, and only the man shall go free. CEB 5 However, if the slave clearly states, "I love my master, my wife, and my children, and I don't want to go free," NIV 5 “But if the servant declares, ‘I love my master and my wife and children and do not want to go free,’ CEB 6 then his master will bring him before God. He will bring him to the door or the doorpost. There his master will pierce his ear with a pointed tool, and he will serve him as his slave for life. NIV 6 then his master must take him before the judges. He shall take him to the door or the doorpost and pierce his ear with an awl. Then he will be his servant for life. CEB 7 When a man sells his daughter as a slave, she shouldn't be set free in the same way as male slaves are set free. NIV 7 “If a man sells his daughter as a servant, she is not to go free as male servants do. CEB 8 If she doesn't please her master who chose her for himself, then her master must let her be bought back by her family. He has no right to sell her to a foreign people since he has treated her unfairly. NIV 8 If she does not please the master who has selected her for himself, he must let her be redeemed. He has no right to sell her to foreigners, because he has broken faith with her. CEB 9 If he assigns her to his son, he must give her the rights of a daughter. NIV 9 If he selects her for his son, he must grant her the rights of a daughter. CEB 10 If he takes another woman for himself, he may not reduce her food, clothing, or marital rights. NIV 10 If he marries another woman, he must not deprive the first one of her food, clothing and marital rights. CEB 11 If he doesn't do these three things for her, she will go free without any payment, for no money. NIV 11 If he does not provide her with these three things, she is to go free, without any payment of money. CEB 12 Anyone who hits and kills someone should be put to death. NIV 12 “Anyone who strikes a person with a fatal blow is to be put to death. CEB 13 If the killing wasn't on purpose but an accident allowed by God, then I will designate a place to which the killer can run away. NIV 13 However, if it is not done intentionally, but God lets it happen, they are to flee to a place I will designate. CEB 14 But if someone plots and kills another person on purpose, you should remove the killer from my altar and put him to death. NIV 14 But if anyone schemes and kills someone deliberately, that person is to be taken from my altar and put to death. CEB 15 Anyone who violently hits their father or mother should be put to death. NIV 15 “Anyone who attacks their father or mother is to be put to death. CEB 16 Anyone who kidnaps a person, whether they have been sold or are still being held, should be put to death. NIV 16 “Anyone who kidnaps someone is to be put to death, whether the victim has been sold or is still in the kidnapper’s possession. CEB 17 Anyone who curses their father or mother should be put to death. NIV 17 “Anyone who curses their father or mother is to be put to death. CEB 18 When two people are fighting and one hits the other with a stone or with his fist so that he is in bed for a while but doesn't die— NIV 18 “If people quarrel and one person hits another with a stone or with their fist and the victim does not die but is confined to bed, CEB 19 if he recovers and is able to walk around outside with a cane, then the one who hit him shouldn't be punished, except to pay for the loss of time from work and to pay for his full recovery. NIV 19 the one who struck the blow will not be held liable if the other can get up and walk around outside with a staff; however, the guilty party must pay the injured person for any loss of time and see that the victim is completely healed. CEB 20 When a slave owner hits a male or female slave with a rod and the slave dies immediately, the owner should be punished. NIV 20 “Anyone who beats their male or female slave with a rod must be punished if the slave dies as a direct result, CEB 21 But if the slave gets up after a day or two, the slave owner shouldn't be punished because the slave is the owner's property. NIV 21 but they are not to be punished if the slave recovers after a day or two, since the slave is their property. CEB 22 When people who are fighting injure a pregnant woman so that she has a miscarriage but no other injury occurs, then the guilty party will be fined what the woman's husband demands, as negotiated with the judges. NIV 22 “If people are fighting and hit a pregnant woman and she gives birth prematurely but there is no serious injury, the offender must be fined whatever the woman’s husband demands and the court allows. CEB 23 If there is further injury, then you will give a life for a life, NIV 23 But if there is serious injury, you are to take life for life, CEB 24 an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, a hand for a hand, a foot for a foot, NIV 24 eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot, CEB 25 a burn for a burn, a bruise for a bruise, a wound for a wound. NIV 25 burn for burn, wound for wound, bruise for bruise. CEB 26 When a slave owner hits and blinds the eye of a male or female slave, he should let the slave go free on account of the eye. NIV 26 “An owner who hits a male or female slave in the eye and destroys it must let the slave go free to compensate for the eye. CEB 27 If he knocks out a tooth of a male or female slave, he should let the slave go free on account of the tooth. NIV 27 And an owner who knocks out the tooth of a male or female slave must let the slave go free to compensate for the tooth. CEB 28 When an ox gores a man or a woman to death, the ox should be stoned to death, and the meat of the ox shouldn't be eaten. But the owner of the ox shouldn't be punished. NIV 28 “If a bull gores a man or woman to death, the bull is to be stoned to death, and its meat must not be eaten. But the owner of the bull will not be held responsible. CEB 29 However, if the ox had gored people in the past and its owner had been warned but didn't watch out for it, and the ox ends up killing a man or a woman, then the ox should be stoned to death, and its owner should also be put to death. NIV 29 If, however, the bull has had the habit of goring and the owner has been warned but has not kept it penned up and it kills a man or woman, the bull is to be stoned and its owner also is to be put to death. CEB 30 If the owner has to pay compensation instead, he must pay the agreed amount to save his life. NIV 30 However, if payment is demanded, the owner may redeem his life by the payment of whatever is demanded. CEB 31 If the ox gores a boy or a girl, this same case law applies to the owner. NIV 31 This law also applies if the bull gores a son or daughter. CEB 32 If the ox gores a male or female slave, the owner will pay thirty silver shekels to the slave's owner, and the ox will be stoned to death. NIV 32 If the bull gores a male or female slave, the owner must pay thirty shekels of silver to the master of the slave, and the bull is to be stoned to death. CEB 33 When someone leaves a pit open or digs a pit and doesn't cover it and an ox or a donkey falls into the pit, NIV 33 “If anyone uncovers a pit or digs one and fails to cover it and an ox or a donkey falls into it, CEB 34 the owner of the pit must make good on the loss. He should pay money to the ox's owner, but he may keep the dead animal. NIV 34 the one who opened the pit must pay the owner for the loss and take the dead animal in exchange. CEB 35 When someone's ox hurts someone else's ox and it dies, then they should sell the live ox and divide its price. They should also divide the dead animal between them. NIV 35 “If anyone’s bull injures someone else’s bull and it dies, the two parties are to sell the live one and divide both the money and the dead animal equally. CEB 36 But if the ox was known for goring in the past and its owner hadn't watched out for it, the owner must make good the loss, an ox for an ox, but may keep the dead animal. NIV 36 However, if it was known that the bull had the habit of goring, yet the owner did not keep it penned up, the owner must pay, animal for animal, and take the dead animal in exchange.

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