Deuteronomium 25

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1 As daar tussen manne 'n twis is en hulle na die gereg kom en die regters hulle vonnis en die regverdige regverdig verklaar en die skuldige skuldig verklaar,

2 as dan die skuldige slae verdien, moet die regter hom laat lê en hom in sy teenwoordigheid met 'n aantal slae laat slaan ooreenkomstig sy skuld;

3 veertig slae mag hy hom laat gee, nie meer nie, dat hy hom nie verder met baie slae bo dié laat slaan en jou broer voor jou veragtelik gemaak word nie.

4 Jy mag 'n os nie muilband as hy graan dors nie.

5 As broers bymekaar woon en een van hulle sterwe sonder dat hy 'n seun het, dan mag die vrou van die oorledene nie daarbuite 'n vreemde man s'n word nie; haar swaer moet by haar ingaan en haar as sy vrou neem en die swaershuwelik met haar sluit;

6 en die eersgeborene wat sy baar, moet staan op naam van sy oorlede broer, dat sy naam nie uit Israel uitgedelg word nie.

7 Maar as dit die man nie beval om sy skoonsuster te neem nie, moet sy skoonsuster na die poort opgaan na die oudstes toe, en : My swaer weier om sy broer se naam in Israel in stand te hou; hy wil met my die swaershuwelik nie sluit nie--

8 dan moet die oudstes van sy stad hom roep en met hom spreek; bly hy dan daarby staan en : Dit beval my nie om haar te neem nie--

9 dan moet sy skoonsuster voor die van die oudstes na hom toe nader kom en sy skoen van sy voet aftrek en in sy gesig spuug, en sy moet verklaar en : So moet met die man gedoen word wat die huis van sy broer nie wil bou nie.

10 En sy naam moet in Israel genoem word: Die huis van die kaalvoet.

11 As manne met mekaar veg, die een met die ander, en die een se vrou aankom om haar man te red uit die hand van die een wat hom slaan, en haar hand uitsteek en hom by die skaamdele gryp,

12 dan moet jy haar hand afkap; jou oog mag nie verskoon nie.

13 Jy mag nie twee soorte weegstene, 'n grote en 'n kleintjie, in jou sak hê nie.

14 Jy mag in jou huis nie twee soorte efas, 'n grote en 'n kleintjie, hê nie.

15 Jy moet 'n volle en regte gewig hê; jy moet 'n volle en regte efa hê; sodat jou dae verleng mag word in die land wat die HERE jou God jou sal gee.

16 Want almal wat hierdie dinge doen, is 'n gruwel vir die HERE jou God--almal wat onreg doen.

17 Dink aan wat Amalek op die pad by julle uittog uit Egipte aan jou gedoen het,

18 hoe hy jou op die pad teëgekom het en by jou die agterhoede, al die swakkes agter jou, verslaan het terwyl jy moeg en mat was, en hy God nie gevrees het nie.

19 As dan die HERE jou God vir jou rus gee van al jou vyande rondom, in die land wat die HERE jou God jou as erfenis sal gee om dit in besit te neem, dan moet jy die gedagtenis van Amalek onder die hemel uitdelg; vergeet dit nie.

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Explanation of Deuteronomy 25      

Napsal(a) Alexander Payne

Verses 1-3. The perception of right to be rigidly followed in choosing the right and rejecting the evil path, and erring faculties in the soul will be abased, but not more than is necessary for amendment.

Verse 4. External goods are themselves recruited by ministering to others which are more interior.

Verses 5-10. The good formerly done from external motives to be adopted and refined by spiritual motives, and that which exists only in thought, and persistently refuses to flow forth into act, to be rejected as useless.

Verses 11-12. The inclinations of the proprium are not to be allowed to avert the decisions of the spiritual mind in deciding between good and evil, and truth and falsity.

Verses 13-16, The principles and rules of right and wrong must not be altered as worldly ends dictate, but what is believed to be right must be followed, or the heavenly life will be rejected.

Verses 17-19. The evil which those principles which compromise with evil bring upon the soul must be ever borne in mind, and as the soul obtains rest from its enemies such principles must be utterly destroyed.


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