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Comparison of the Two Sets of Commandments, Page 5

Levi. 19:16 to Levi. 22:25

My Commandment List

Maimonides’ Commandment List

Commandments

Verse

Commandments

You shall not go about talebearing.

Lev 19:16

 

You shall not stand idly by the blood of your neighbor.

Lev 19:16

 

 

Lev 19:16

Not to speak derogatorily of others

 

Lev 19:16

Not to stand idly by if someone's life is in danger

You shall not hate your brother in your heart.

Lev 19:17

Not to hate fellow Jews

You shall rebuke your fellow when he sins.

Lev 19:17

To reprove a sinner

You shall not bear sin because of your fellow.

Lev 19:17

 

 

Lev 19:17

Not to embarrass others

You shall not take vengeance with the children of your people.

Lev 19:18

Not to take revenge

You shall not hold a grudge with the children of your people.

Lev 19:18

 

You shall love your neighbor as yourself.

Lev 19:18

To love other Jews

 

Lev 19:18

Not to bear a grudge

You shall not crossbreed your cattle.

Lev 19:19

 

You shall not sow your farm with different kinds of seeds.

Lev 19:19

Not to plant diverse seeds together

 

Lev 19:19

Not to crossbreed animals

You shall not wear a garment made of two kinds of fabric.

Lev 19:19

 

When a man would have sex with a bondwoman who is designated to another man and she has not been redeemed or her freedom given to her, there shall be an examination.

Lev 19:20

 

Neither of them shall be killed.

Lev 19:20

 

The man shall bring a guilt offering to the tent of meeting/Temple.

Lev 19:21

 

A newly planted tree shall not be pruned nor its fruit eaten for three years.

Lev 19:23

Not to eat fruit of a tree during its first three years

In the fourth year its fruit shall be only for holy purposes.

Lev 19:24

The fourth year crops must be totally for holy purposes like the second tithe.

In the fifth year and beyond its fruit may be eaten.

Lev 19:25

 

 

Lev 19:26

Not to be superstitious

You shall not practice divination.

Lev 19:26

 

You shall not make magic.

Lev 19:26

 

 

Lev 19:26

Not to engage in divination or soothsaying

You shall not enclose the top of your head.

Lev 19:27

 

Nor shall you round off the extremity of your head.

Lev 19:27

Men must not shave the hair off the sides of their head.

You shall not mar [destroy] your beard.

Lev 19:27

Men must not shave their beards with a razor.

You shall not mutilate your flesh for one who died.

Lev 19:28

 

You shall not have a tattoo on yourself.

Lev 19:28

Not to tattoo the skin

You shall not make your daughter a harlot.

Lev 19:29

 

You shall revere the sanctuary of the Lord.

Lev 19:30

To show reverence to the Temple

You shall not inquire of ghosts or conjurers.

Lev 19:31

 

 

Lev 19:31

Not to perform ov (medium)

 

Lev 19:31

Not to perform yidoni ("magical seer")

You shall honor and revere your elders. rise in the presence of a gray head.

Lev 19:32

 

You shall rise in the presence of a gray head.

Lev 19:32

To honor those who teach and know Torah

The stranger sojourning with you shall be as the home-born to you.

Lev 19:34

 

You shall not be unjust in judgment, size, weight, or measure.

Lev 19:35

 

 

Lev 19:35

Not to commit injustice with scales and weights

You shall employ accurate balances and weights and an accurate ephah and hin.

Lev 19:36

 

 

Lev 19:36

Each individual must ensure that his scales and weights are accurate

The punishments for the various sinful acts described in Leviticus Chapter 20 shall be seen to by the priests, judges, and elders.

Lev 20:2,

Lev 20:9-18,

Lev 20:27

 

 

Lev 20:10

The courts must carry out the death penalty of strangulation.

 

Lev 20:14

The courts must carry out the death penalty of burning.

 

Lev 20:23

Not to imitate them in customs and clothing

A priest shall not defile himself for a death except for an immediate blood relative.

Lev 21:1-3

 

In mourning for an immediate blood relative, a priest shall not make his head totally bald, or shave the edge of his beard or make cuts in his flesh.

Lev 21:5

 

A priest shall not marry a harlot or a divorcee.

Lev 21:7

 

 

Lev 21:7

A priest must not marry a divorcee.

 

Lev 21:7

A priest must not marry a zonah (a woman who has had a forbidden sexual relationship)

 

Lev 21:7

A priest must not marry a chalalah ("a desecrated person") (party to or product of 169-172)

The daughter of a priest who becomes a harlot shall be burned to death.

Lev 21:9

 

The high priest shall not bare his head or rend his clothing in mourning.

Lev 21:10

 

The high priest shall not enter a house in which there is someone dead, even for his father or mother.

Lev 21:11

The High Priest must not enter under the same roof as a corpse

 

Lev 21:11

The High Priest must not defile himself for any relative

The high priest shall not leave the sanctuary during his mourning.

Lev 21:12

 

The high priest shall marry a virgin.

Lev 21:13

The High Priest must marry a virgin maiden

The statutes pertaining to a priest or high priest with a blemish shall be obeyed.

Lev 21:17-23

 

 

Lev 21:17

A priest with a physical blemish must not serve

 

Lev 21:17

A priest with a temporary blemish must not serve

 

Lev 21:23

A priest with a physical blemish must not enter the sanctuary or approach the altar

 

Lev 22:2

Impure priests must not do service in the temple

The soul of a priest who approaches a sacrifice when he is unclean shall be cut off from before the Lord.

Lev 22:3

 

A priest who is unclean may not eat of any sacrifice.

Lev 22:4-6

 

 

Lev 22:4

An impure priest must not eat Terumah (from the sacrifice)

When an unclean priest has bathed himself and the sun is gone, he will be clean and may eat from the sacrifices.

Lev 22:7

An impure priest, following immersion, must wait until after sundown before returning to service

No stranger or a tenant or hired hand of a priest may eat of a sacrifice.

Lev 22:10

 

 

Lev 22:10

A non-priest must not eat Terumah

 

Lev 22:10

A hired worker or a Jewish bondsman of a priest must not eat Terumah

The slave of a priest, as well as the slave’s family, may eat of a sacrifice.

Lev 22:11

 

If the daughter of a priest were to marry a stranger, she could not eat of a sacrifice.

Lev 22:12

 

 

Lev 22:12

A chalalah (party to #s 169-172 above) must not eat Terumah

If the daughter of a priest who becomes divorced or widowed and who has no children returns to the priest's house, she may eat of the sacrifice.

Lev 22:13

 

Someone who eats of a sacrifice in error shall give it to the priest and add a fifth to it.

Lev 22:14

 

 

Lev 22:15

Not to eat untithed fruits

 

Lev 22:20

Not to dedicate a blemished animal for the altar

You shall not offer a blemished animal to the Lord and you shall not make a fire offering of any of them.

Lev 22:21,22

 

 

Lev 22:21

To offer only unblemished animals

 

Lev 22:21

Not to inflict wounds upon dedicated animals

 

Lev 22:22

Not to slaughter it

 

Lev 22:22

Not to burn its fat

A bullock or a lamb that has an appendage too long or too short may be offered as a freewill offering.

Lev 22:23

 

A bullock or a lamb that has an appendage too long or too short may not be offered for a vow.

Lev 22:23

 

 

Lev 22:24

Not to offer to God any castrated male animals

 

Lev 22:24

Not to sprinkle its blood

No sacrifice from a foreigner shall be acceptable.

Lev 22:25

 

 

Lev 22:25

Not to sacrifice unblemished animals if offered by non-Jews

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Comparison

[Gene. 1:28 to Exod. 22:14]          [Exod. 22:15 to Levi. 5:13]

[Levi. 5:15 to Levi. 14:10]          [Levi. 14:11 to Levi. 19:15]

[Levi. 22:27 to Levi. 25:40]

[Levi. 25:41 to Numb. 18:17]          [Numb. 18:20 to Deut. 12:15]

[Deut. 12:17 to Deut. 16:22]          [Deut. 17:1 to Deut. 22:4]

[Deut. 22:5 to Deut. 24:16]          [Deut. 24:17 to Deut. 32:38]