Parallel Verses

Amplified

If you ever take your [poor] neighbor’s robe in pledge, you must return it to him before sunset,

New American Standard Bible

If you ever take your neighbor’s cloak as a pledge, you are to return it to him before the sun sets,

King James Version

If thou at all take thy neighbour's raiment to pledge, thou shalt deliver it unto him by that the sun goeth down:

Holman Bible

“If you ever take your neighbor’s cloak as collateral, return it to him before sunset.

International Standard Version

If you take your neighbor's coat as collateral, you are to return it to him by sunset,

A Conservative Version

If thou at all take thy neighbor's garment to pledge, thou shall restore it to him before the sun goes down,

American Standard Version

If thou at all take thy neighbor's garment to pledge, thou shalt restore it unto him before the sun goeth down:

Bible in Basic English

If ever you take your neighbour's clothing in exchange for the use of your money, let him have it back before the sun goes down:

Darby Translation

If thou at all take thy neighbour's garment in pledge, thou shalt return it to him before the sun goes down;

Julia Smith Translation

If taking in pledge, thou shalt take in pledge the garment of thy friend, at the going down of the sun thou shalt turn it back to him.

King James 2000

If you at all take your neighbor's clothing as pledge, you shall deliver it unto him by the time the sun goes down:

Lexham Expanded Bible

If indeed you require the cloak of your neighbor as a pledge, you will return it to him at sundown,

Modern King James verseion

If you at all take your neighbor's clothing as a pledge, you shall deliver it to him by the time the sun goes down.

Modern Spelling Tyndale-Coverdale

If thou take thy neighbor's raiment to pledge, see that thou deliver it unto him again by that the sun go down.

NET Bible

If you do take the garment of your neighbor in pledge, you must return it to him by the time the sun goes down,

New Heart English Bible

If you take your neighbor's garment as collateral, you shall restore it to him before the sun goes down,

The Emphasized Bible

If thou, do take in pledge, the mantle of thy neighbour, by the going in of the sun, shalt thou restore it to him;

Webster

If thou shalt at all take thy neighbor's raiment to pledge, thou shalt deliver it to him by the setting of the sun.

World English Bible

If you take your neighbor's garment as collateral, you shall restore it to him before the sun goes down,

Youngs Literal Translation

if thou dost at all take in pledge the garment of thy neighbour, during the going in of the sun thou dost return it to him:

Interlinear

English(KJV)
Strong's
Root Form
Definition
Usage
If thou at all
חבל 
Chabal 
Usage: 30

שׂלמה 
Salmah 
Usage: 16

thou shalt deliver
שׁוּב 
Shuwb 
Usage: 1058

it unto him by
עד 
`ad 
by, as long, hitherto, when, how long, as yet
Usage: 784

that the sun
שׁמשׁ 
Shemesh 
Usage: 134

References

Context Readings

Regulations Regarding Foreigners And The Poor

25 “If you lend money to any one of My people with you who is poor, you shall not act as a creditor (professional moneylender) to him; you shall not charge him interest. 26 If you ever take your [poor] neighbor’s robe in pledge, you must return it to him before sunset, 27 for that is his only covering; it is his clothing for his body. In what shall he sleep? And when he cries to Me [for help], I will hear him, for I am compassionate and gracious.


Cross References

Deuteronomy 24:6

“No one shall take a handmill or an upper millstone [used to grind grain into bread] as security [for a debt], for he would be taking a [person’s] life in pledge.

Proverbs 20:16


[The judge tells the creditor], “Take the clothes of one who is surety for a stranger;
And hold him in pledge [when he guarantees a loan] for foreigners.”

Amos 2:8


“They stretch out beside every [pagan] altar on clothes taken in pledge [to secure a loan, disregarding God’s command],
And in the house of their God [in contempt of Him] they frivolously drink the wine [which has been] taken from those who have been fined.

Deuteronomy 24:10-13

“When you lend your neighbor anything, you shall not go into his house to get his pledge (security deposit).

Deuteronomy 24:17

“You shall not pervert the justice due a stranger or an orphan, nor seize (impound) a widow’s garment as security [for a loan].

Job 24:3


“They drive away the donkeys of the orphans;
They take the widow’s ox for a pledge.

Proverbs 22:27


If you have nothing with which to pay [another’s debt when he defaults],
Why should his creditor take your bed from under you?

Ezekiel 18:7

if a man does not oppress anyone, but restores to the debtor his pledge, does not commit robbery, but gives his bread to the hungry and covers the naked with clothing,

Ezekiel 18:16

or oppress anyone, or take anything in pledge, or commit robbery, but he gives his bread to the hungry and covers the naked with clothing,

Job 22:6


“For you have taken pledges of your brothers without cause,
And stripped men naked.

Job 24:9


“Others snatch the fatherless [infants] from the breast [to sell or make them slaves],
And against the poor they take a pledge [of clothing].

Ezekiel 33:15

if a wicked man returns [what he took as] a pledge, pays back what he had taken by robbery, walks in the statutes which ensure life, without committing injustice, he will certainly live; he will not die.

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