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Comparison of the Two Sets of Commandments, Page 9

Deut. 12:17 to Deut. 16:22

My Commandment List

Maimonides’ Commandment List

Commandments

Verse

Commandments

You shall not eat of any of your tithes except before the Lord.

Deu 12:17,18

 

 

Deu 12:17

Not to eat second tithe grains outside Jerusalem

 

Deu 12:17

Not to eat second tithe wine products outside Jerusalem

 

Deu 12:17

Not to eat second tithe oil outside Jerusalem

 

Deu 12:17

The priests must not eat the first fruits outside Jerusalem

 

Deu 12:17

Not to eat its meat

 

Deu 12:17

The priests must not eat the meat outside the Temple courtyard

 

Deu 12:17

Not to eat the meat of minor sacrifices before sprinkling the blood

 

Deu 12:17

The priests must not eat unblemished firstborn animals outside Jerusalem

Do not forsake the Levite.

Deu 12:19

 

 

Deu 12:19

Not to refrain from rejoicing with, and giving gifts to, the Levites

If you are too far from the place the Lord will choose to put His name, you may eat within your gates of any of your animals

Deu 12:21

 

 

Deu 12:21

To ritually slaughter an animal before eating it

 

Deu 12:23

Not to eat a limb torn off a living creature

 

Deu 12:26

To bring all sacrifices from outside Israel to the Temple

You shall not add onto everything that I am commanding you.

Deu 13:1

 

 

Deu 13:1

Not to add to the Torah commandments or their oral explanations

You shall not take away from everything that I am commanding you.

Deu 13:1

 

 

Deu 13:1

Not to diminish from the Torah any commandments, in whole or in part

You shall not hearken to the words of a misleading prophet who urges you to stray.

Deu 13:2-4

 

 

Deu 13:2

Not to listen to a false prophet

The misleading or false prophet shall be put to death.

Deu 13:6

 

You shall observe the statutes relating to anyone who would lead you astray

Deu 13:7-11

 

 

Deu 13:9

Not to love the idolater

 

Deu 13:9

Not to cease hating the idolater

 

Deu 13:9

Not to save the idolater

 

Deu 13:9

Not to say anything in the idolater's defense

 

Deu 13:9

Not to refrain from incriminating the idolater

 

Deu 13:12

Not to missionize an individual to idol worship

You shall destroy any of your cities, its inhabitants, and its cattle in which idolators have turned them to other gods.

Deu 13:13-16

 

When you hear of such a city, you shall inquire diligently of witnesses to ascertain the truth.

Deu 13:13-16

 

 

Deu 13:14

Not to turn a city to idolatry

 

Deu 13:14

Not to prophesy in the name of idolatry

 

Deu 13:15

Carefully interrogate the witness

You shall completely burn the city and all its spoil.

Deu 13:17

 

 

Deu 13:17

To burn a city that has turned to idol worship

The city shall never be rebuilt .

Deu 13:17

Not to rebuild it as a city

You shall not keep any of the devoted things of that city.

Deu 13:18

 

 

Deu 13:18

Not to derive benefit from it

You shall not cut yourselves because of a death.

Deu 14:1

 

 

Deu 14:1

Not to tear the skin in mourning

You shall not make the area between your eyes bald because of a death.

Deu 14:1

 

 

Deu 14:1

Not to make a bald spot in mourning

 

Deu 14:3

Not to eat sacrifices which have become unfit or blemished

 

Deu 14:11

To examine the signs of fowl to distinguish between kosher and non-kosher

 

Deu 14:19

Not to eat non-kosher flying insects

You shall not eat any animal that dies of itself.

Deu 14:21

 

 

Deu 14:21

Not to eat the meat of an animal that died without ritual slaughter

You shall tithe of your produce each year.

Deu 14:22

 

 

Deu 14:22

To set aside the second tithe

You shall eat your portion of the tithe at the place of the Lord.

Deu 14:23

 

If you are too far from the place of the Lord to carry your tithe, you may sell it.

Deu 14:24,25

 

Then you shall bind the money in your hand and come to the place of the Lord.

Deu 14:25

 

With the money you shall purchase anything you desire and eat it there.

Deu 14:26

 

Every third year you shall leave the tithe for the Levite, the stranger, the orphan, and the widow.

Deu 14:28,29

 

 

Deu 14:28

To separate the "tithe for the poor"

A lender shall release any loan to his neighbor in the seventh year.

Deu 15:2

 

 

Deu 15:2

To release all loans during the seventh year

A lender shall not oppress his neighbor or relative for return of the loan.

Deu 15:2

 

 

Deu 15:2

Not to pressure or claim from the borrower

 

Deu 15:3

Press the idolater for payment

You shall not withhold giving to a poor Israelite.

Deu 15:7

 

 

Deu 15:7

Not to withhold charity from the poor

 

Deu 15:8

To give charity

You shall not withhold a loan to a needy relative because the year of release is near.

Deu 15:9

 

 

Deu 15:9

Not to refrain from lending immediately before the release of the loans for fear of monetary loss

You shall give freely without regret whether or not the year of release is near.

Deu 15:10

 

One who releases a manservant in the seventh year shall not send him away empty handed.

Deu 15:13,14

 

 

Deu 15:13

Not to send him away empty-handed

 

Deu 15:14

Give him gifts when he goes free

You shall remember when you were a slave in Egypt.

Deu 15:15

 

If your manservant says he will not leave, you shall take the awl and put it into his ear and into the door.

Deu 15:16,17

 

You shall do the same with your maidservant who refuses to leave.

Deu 15:16,17

 

You shall not work a dedicated animal.

Deu 15:19

Not to work consecrated animals

You shall not shear the fleece of a dedicated sheep.

Deu 15:19

Not to shear the fleece of consecrated animals

 

Deu 16:3

Not to eat chametz on the afternoon of the 14th day of Nisan

 

Deu 16:4

Not to leave the meat of the holiday offering of the 14th until the 16th

When in the promised land, you shall count seven weeks from the start of spring reaping.

Deu 16:9

 

 

Deu 16:14

To rejoice on these three Festivals (bring a peace offering)

Three times in a year every male of yours shall see the countenance of the Lord, your God.

Deu 16:16

 

 

Deu 16:16

To be seen at the Temple on Passover, Shavuot, and Sukkot

On the three festivals no male shall appear before the Lord empty handed.

Deu 16:16

 

 

Deu 16:16

Not to appear at the Temple without offerings

When in the promised land, you shall appoint judges and officials for yourselves in all your cities to judge you.

Deu 16:18

 

 

Deu 16:18

Appoint judges

 

Deu 16:21

Not to plant a tree in the Temple courtyard

 

Deu 16:22

Not to erect a pillar in a public place of worship

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[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. 19:16 to Levi. 22:25]          [Levi. 22:27 to Levi. 25:40]

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

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

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