As the Hebrew Israelites gathered at Mt. Sinai and heard YeHoVaH Almighty give the Ten Commandments, fear gripped their hearts. This caused them to withdraw from the mountain and send Moses to speak to the Almighty on their behalf. While Moses communed with YeHoVaH in the mountain, he was given the Commandments, Statues, Judgments, and Ordinances for the newly formed Nation of Israel.
Within those instructions was an elaboration of the Commandment, “Thou shalt not steal”, and many others. Stealing and theft could be done in a variety of ways, all of which could leave the victims at a loss without compensation or restitution. YeHoVaH, in the instructions given to the Hebrew Israelites, covered many of the ways a thief could steal and how the victims of the loss should be recompensed and restored.
In this study, To Catch a Thief, we will identify the thief, the various ways a thief could steal, how a thief could cause harm and loss to his or her neighbor, and what was to be done to compensate and restore the one who had suffered loss.
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