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Study Resources :: Dictionaries :: Strangers in Israel

Dictionaries :: Strangers in Israel

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Torrey's New Topical Textbook

Strangers in Israel: All foreigners sojourning in Israel were counted as

Exd 12:49

Strangers in Israel: Under the Care and Protection of God

Deu 10:18; Psa 146:9

Strangers in Israel: Very Numerous in Solomon's Reign

2Ch 2:17

Strangers in Israel: Chiefly Consisted Of

The remnant of the mixed multitude who came out of Egypt

Exd 12:38

The remnant of the nations of the land

1Ki 9:20; 2Ch 8:7

Captives taken in war

Deu 21:10

Foreign servants

Lev 25:44,45

Persons who sought employment among the Jews

1Ki 7:13; 9:27

Persons who came into Israel for the sake of religious privileges

1Ki 8:41

Strangers in Israel: Laws Respecting

Not to practise idolatrous rites

Lev 20:2

Not to blaspheme God

Lev 24:16

Not to eat blood

Lev 17:10-12

Not to eat the passover while uncircumcised

Exd 12:43,44

Not to work on the Sabbath

Exd 20:10; 23:12; Deu 5:14

Not to be vexed or oppressed

Exd 22:21; 23:9; Lev 19:33

Not to be chosen as kings in Israel

Deu 17:15

To be loved

Lev 19:34; Deu 10:19

To be relieved in distress

Lev 25:35

Subject to the civil law

Lev 24:22

To have justice done to them in all disputes

Deu 1:16; 24:17

To enjoy the benefit of the cities of refuge

Num 35:15

To have the gleaning of the harvest

Lev 19:10; 23:22; Deu 24:19-22

To participate in the rejoicings of the people

Deu 14:29; 16:11,14; 26:11

To have the law read to them

Deu 31:12; Jos 8:32-35

The Jews might purchase and have them as slaves

Lev 25:44,45

The Jews might take usury from

Deu 23:20

Might purchase Hebrew servants subject to release

Lev 25:47,48

Might offer their burnt-offerings on the altar of God

Lev 17:8; 22:18; Num 15:14

Allowed to eat what died of itself

Deu 14:21

Strangers in Israel: Motives Urged on the Jews for Being Kind To

Exd 22:21; 23:9

Strangers in Israel: Admitted to worship in the outer court of the temple

1Ki 8:41-43; Rev 11:2; Eph 2:14

Strangers in Israel: Were Frequently Employed in Public Works

1Ch 22:2; 2Ch 2:18

Strangers in Israel: The Jews Condemned for Oppressing

Psa 94:6; Eze 22:7,29


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