Loan with a Pledge

Deut 24:6,10-13

6        No one shall take a hand mill or even its upper stone as a pledge for debt, for he would be taking the debtor’s sustenance as a pledge.

10      When you make a loan of any kind to your neighbor, you shall not enter his house to receive a pledge from him,

11      but shall wait outside until the man to whom you are making the loan brings his pledge outside to you.

12      If he is a poor man, you shall not sleep in the mantle he gives as a pledge,

13      but shall return it to him at sunset that he himself may sleep in it. Then he will bless you, and it will be a good deed of yours before the LORD, your God.

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About idasolis

A retired corporate personnel, a natural health practitioner.
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