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(1.00)Deu 23:19

You must not charge interest on a loan to your fellow Israelite, whether on money, food, or anything else that has been loaned with interest.

(0.99)Deu 24:11

You must stand outside and the person to whom you are making the loan will bring out to you what he is offering as security.

(0.94)Deu 24:10

When you make any kind of loan to your neighbor, you may not go into his house to claim what he is offering as security.

(0.63)Pro 11:15

The one who puts up security for a stranger will surely have trouble, but whoever avoids shaking hands will be secure.

(0.63)Pro 19:17

The one who is gracious to the poor lends to the Lord, and the Lord will repay him for his good deed.

(0.62)Deu 15:2

This is the nature of the cancellation: Every creditor must remit what he has loaned to another person; he must not force payment from his fellow Israelite, for it is to be recognized as “the Lord’s cancellation of debts.”

(0.54)1Sa 2:20

Eli would bless Elkanah and his wife saying, “May the Lord raise up for you descendants from this woman to replace the one that she dedicated to the Lord.” Then they would go to their home.

(0.50)Deu 24:6

One must not take either lower or upper millstones as security on a loan, for that is like taking a life itself as security.

(0.50)Deu 24:17

You must not pervert justice due a resident foreigner or an orphan, or take a widow’s garment as security for a loan.

(0.50)Neh 5:10

Even I and my relatives and my associates are lending them money and grain. But let us abandon this practice of seizing collateral!

(0.50)Eze 18:16

does not oppress anyone or keep what has been given in pledge, does not commit robbery, gives his food to the hungry, and clothes the naked,

(0.44)Lev 25:37

You must not lend him your money at interest and you must not sell him food for profit.

(0.44)Job 24:3

They drive away the orphan’s donkey; they take the widow’s ox as a pledge.

(0.44)Job 24:9

The fatherless child is snatched from the breast, the infant of the poor is taken as a pledge.

(0.44)Psa 37:26

All day long he shows compassion and lends to others, and his children are blessed.

(0.44)Pro 22:26

Do not be one who strikes hands in pledge or who puts up security for debts.

(0.44)Deu 23:20

You may lend with interest to a foreigner, but not to your fellow Israelite; if you keep this command the Lord your God will bless you in all you undertake in the land you are about to enter to possess.

(0.44)Jer 15:10

I said, “Oh, mother, how I regret that you ever gave birth to me! I am always starting arguments and quarrels with the people of this land. I have not lent money to anyone and I have not borrowed from anyone. Yet all of these people are treating me with contempt.”

(0.38)Deu 15:9

Be careful lest you entertain the wicked thought that the seventh year, the year of cancellation of debts, has almost arrived, and your attitude be wrong toward your impoverished fellow Israelite and you do not lend him anything; he will cry out to the Lord against you and you will be regarded as having sinned.

(0.35)Pro 6:1

My child, if you have made a pledge for your neighbor, and have become a guarantor for a stranger,