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“‘If a resident foreigner who is with you prospers 1 and your brother becomes impoverished with regard to him so that 2 he sells himself to a resident foreigner who is with you or to a member 3 of a foreigner’s family,
When a foreigner resides 1 with you in your land, you must not oppress him.
But 1 no stranger had to spend the night outside, for I opened my doors to the traveler 2 –
Israel moved to 1 Egypt; Jacob lived for a time 2 in the land of Ham.
I am like a foreigner in this land. 1 Do not hide your commands from me!
“I am a temporary settler 1 among you. Grant 2 me ownership 3 of a burial site among you so that I may 4 bury my dead.” 5
When she bore 1 a son, Moses 2 named him Gershom, for he said, “I have become a resident foreigner in a foreign land.” 3
“‘If your brother 1 becomes impoverished and is indebted to you, 2 you must support 3 him; he must live 4 with you like a foreign resident. 5
who justly treats 1 the orphan and widow, and who loves resident foreigners, giving them food and clothing.
You must not pervert justice due a resident foreigner or an orphan, or take a widow’s garment as security for a loan.
‘Cursed is the one who perverts justice for the resident foreigner, the orphan, and the widow.’ Then all the people will say, ‘Amen!’
There was a young man from Bethlehem 1 in Judah. He was a Levite who had been temporarily residing among the tribe of Judah. 2
Far from where people live 1 he sinks a shaft, in places travelers have long forgotten, 2 far from other people he dangles and sways. 3
If anyone dares to 1 challenge you, it will not be my doing! Whoever tries to challenge you will be defeated. 2
In whatever tribe the foreigner resides, there you will give him his inheritance,” declares the sovereign Lord.
You must not oppress the widow, the orphan, the foreigner, or the poor, nor should anyone secretly plot evil against his fellow human being.’
Then the Lord said to Abram, “Know for certain 1 that your descendants will be strangers 2 in a foreign country. 3 They will be enslaved and oppressed 4 for four hundred years.
So Jacob came back to his father Isaac in Mamre, 1 to Kiriath Arba 2 (that is, Hebron), where Abraham and Isaac had stayed. 3
and her two sons, one of whom was named Gershom (for Moses 1 had said, “I have been a foreigner in a foreign land”),
If a resident foreigner is living 1 with you – or whoever is among you 2 in future generations 3 – and prepares an offering made by fire as a pleasing aroma to the Lord, he must do it the same way you are to do it. 4