Deuteronomy 5
19 Neither shalt thou steal. 20 Neither shalt thou bear false witness against thy neighbour. 21 Neither shalt thou desire thy neighbour,s wife, neither shalt thou covet thy neighbour,s house, his field, or his manservant, or his maidservant, his ox, or his ass, or any thing that is thy neighbour,s.

27. What expression means the same as "lying"?
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The purpose of this lesson was to help the student to reason (by induction) the following information from the passages:
  1. The audience Israel in Deuteronomy 5 had been freed from Egyptian slavery.
  2. Moses' speech to them (in Deuteronomy 5) reminds them of God giving them their covenant.
  3. The covenant was initially the 10 commandments.
  4. God by His own voice gave the Ten Commandments to Israel and recorded them on 2 tablets of stone.
  5. Because the people feared the fire and their possibly dying, Moses was asked to have God just give him the rest of the statutes and judgments.
  6. Moses said that the 10 commandments covenant had not been given to the forefathers of Israel.
  7. The commandments concerned man's relationship to God and man's relationship to man.
    For examples:
     a. The first commandment was to have no other gods before God.
     b. One was not to murder his fellow man.
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