Fourth Commandment

Shemot 20:8-11

8 "Remember Yom Shabbat, to keep it Set Apart.

9 Six days you shall labor and do all your work,

10 but the seventh day is a Shabbat of YHWH your Elohim; in it you shall not do any work, you or your son or your daughter, your male or your female servant or your cattle or your sojourner who stays with you.

11 For in six days YHWH made the heavens and the earth, the sea and all that is in them, and rested on the seventh day; therefore YHWH blessed the Shabbat day and made it Set Apart.

 

n115. We are forbidden to offer the Pesach sacrifice while still owning Chametz (Shemot 23:18).

n116. We are forbidden to leave overnight those portions of the Pesach sacrifice which must be sacrificed (Shemot 23:18).

n117. We are forbidden to leave any of the meat of the Pesach sacrifice until morning (Shemot 12:10).

n118. We are forbidden to leave any of the meat of the Festive sacrifices until the third day (Dvarim 16:4).

n119. We are forbidden to allow any of the meat of the Second Pesach sacrifice to remain until the morning (Bamidbar 9:12).

n121. We are forbidden to break any of the bones of the Pesach sacrifice (Shemot 12:46).

n122. We are forbidden to break any of the bones of the Second Pesach sacrifice (Bamidbar 9:12).

n123. We are forbidden to remove the Pesach sacrifice from where it is eaten (Shemot 12:46).

n125. We are forbidden to eat the Pesach sacrifice raw, boiled or half-baked (Shemot 12:9).

n126. Goyims and hired servants may not eat the Pesach sacrifice (Shemot 12:45).

n127. An uncircumcised male is prohibited from eating the Pesach sacrifice (Shemot 12:48).

n128. An Israelite who has gone astray is prohibited from eating the Pesach sacrifice (Shemot 12:43).

n156. It is forbidden to travel empty-handed to Yerushalayim for the festive pilgrimage (Shemot 23:15).

n183. It is forbidden to eat the ¡°Gid-HaNasheh¡± (Beresheet 32:33).

n196. It is prohibited to eat on Yom Kippur (Vayikra 23:29).

n197. It is forbidden to eat Chametz on Pesach (Shemot 13:3).

n198. It is forbidden to eat any mixtures containing Chametz on Pesach (Shemot 12:20).

n199. It is forbidden to eat Chametz after noontime on the Fourteenth of Nissan (Dvarim 16:3).

n200. It is forbidden to allow any Chametz to be seen during Pesach (Shemot 13:7).

n201. It is forbidden to own Chametz during Pesach (Shemot 12:19).

n220. It is forbidden to plant during the Shemitah year (Vayikra 25:4).

n221. It is forbidden to prune trees during Shemitah (Vayikra 25:4).

n222. It is forbidden to harvest crops in a regular manner during Shemitah (Vayikra 25:5).

n223. It is forbidden to pick fruit in the usual manner during Shemitah (Vayikra 25:5).

n224. It is forbidden to plant during Yovel (Vayikra 25:11).

n225. It is forbidden to harvest crops during Yovel in the usual manner (Vayikra 25:11).

n226. It is forbidden to pick fruit during Yovel in the regular manner (Vayikra 25:11).

n227. It is forbidden to sell land in Eretz Yisrael permanently (Vayikra 25:23).

n230. It is forbidden to demand payment of debts during Shemitah or afterwards (Dvarim 15:2).

n231. It is forbidden to refuse to lend money before Shemitah (Dvarim 15:9).

n233. It is forbidden to send an Israelite slave away empty-handed (Dvarim 15:13).

n254. It is forbidden to turn in a runaway slave who flees to the Eretz Yisrael (Dvarim 23:16).

n255. It is forbidden to hurt the runaway slave¡¯s feelings (Dvarim 23:17).

n257. It is forbidden to mistreat a Hebrew slave (Vayikra 25:39).

n258. It is forbidden to sell a Hebrew slave in a public save market (Vayikra 25:42).

n259. It is forbidden to order a Hebrew slave to do unnecessary work (Vayikra 25:43).

n260. It is forbidden to allow a Goyim master to act strictly and severely with his Hebrew slave (Vayikra 25:53).

n261. A master may not resell a Hebrew maidservant (Shemot 21:8).

n262. It is forbidden to neglect a wife¡¯s rights (Shemot 21:10).

n263. It is forbidden to sell an unwanted woman-captive of war (Dvarim 21:14).

n264. It is forbidden to take the woman-captive as a servant (Dvarim 21:14).

n320. It is forbidden to work on Shabbat (Shemot 20:10).

n321. It is forbidden to go beyond the permitted distance from a city on Shabbat (Shemot 16:29).

n322. It is forbidden to administer death penalties on Shabbat (Shemot 35:3).

n323. It is forbidden to work on the first day of Pesach (Shemot 12:16).

n324. It is forbidden to work on the seventh day of Pesach (Shemot 12:16).

n325. It is forbidden to work on Shavuot (Vayikra 23:21).

n326. It is forbidden to work on Rosh HaShanah (Vayikra 23:24 ¨C 25).

n327. It is forbidden to work on Sukkot (Vayikra 23:24 ¨C 25).

n328. It is forbidden to work on Shemini Atzeret (Vayikra 23:36).

n329. It is forbidden to work on Yom Kippur (Vayikra 23:28).

p16. "HakHail" Assembling the entire Nation of Israel (Dvarim 31:12).is to gather the men women and children "together" for the reading of sefer

p21. Respecting the Sanctuary (Vayikra 19:30).

p41. The Additional Shabbat Offering (Bamidbar 28:9).

p42. The Additional Rosh Chodesh (First of the month) Offering (Bamidbar 28:11).

p43. The Additional Pesach offering (Vayikra 23:8).

p44. First Harvest offering (Vayikra 23:10).

p45. The Additional Shavuot offering (Bamidbar 28:26).

p46. The bringing of Two Loaves on Shavuot (Vayikra 23:17).

p47. The Additional Rosh HaShanah Offering (Bamidbar 29:1-2).

p48. The Additional Yom Kippur Offering (Bamidbar 29:7-8).

p49. The Yom Kippur Service (Vayikra 16:34).

p50. The Additional Sukkot Offerings (Bamidbar 29:12-13)

p51. The Additional Shemini Atzeret offering (Bamidbar 29:35-36).

p52. The Three Holiday Pilgrimages to the Beit Hamikdash (Shemot 23:14).

p53. Appearing before HaShem in the Beit Hamikdash (Dvarim 16:16).

p54. Rejoicing on the Festivals (Dvarim 16:14).

p55. Slaughtering the Pesach Sacrifice (Shemot 12:6).

p56. Eating the Pesach Offering (Shemot 12:8).

p57. Slaughtering the Second Pesach Offering (Bamidbar 9:11).

p58. Eating the Second Pesach Offering (Bamidbar 9:11).

p134. Making our fields available to everyone during Shabbat (Shemot 23:11).

p135. Resting the Land from Plowing and Reaping during Shabbat (Shemot 34:21).

p136. "Yovel" The Jubilee Year (Vayikra 25:10).

p137. Blowing the Shofar (Trumpet) and Freeing Slaves in Yovel (Vayikra 25:9-10).

p138. Returning Hereditary Property in Yovel (Vayikra 25:13).

p139. Redeeming property in Yovel (Vayikra 25:29).

p140. Counting the Yovel Cycle (Vayikra 25:8).

p141. Forgoing Loans after Shemitah (Dvarim 15:3).

p142. Collecting loans given to non-believers (Dvarim 15:3).

p153. The New Moon calculating the months & years (Shemot 12:2).

p154. Resting on Shabbat Shemot 23:12).

p155. Making Shabbat Set Apart (Shemot 20:8).

p156. Removing the Chametz (Shemot 12:15).

p157. Telling the story of Pesach (Shemot 13:8).

p158. Eating Matzo on Pesach Shemot 12:18).

p159. Resting on the first day of Pesach (Shemot 12:16).

p160. Resting on the seventh day of Pesach (Shemot 12:16).

p161. Counting the Omer (Vayikra 23:15).

p162. Resting on Shavuot (Vayikra 23:21).

p163. Resting on Rosh Hashanah (Vayikra 23:24).

p164. Fasting on Yom Kippur (Vayikra 16:29).

p165. Resting on Yom Kippur (Vayikra 16:31).

p166. Resting on the first day of Sukkot (Vayikra 23:35).

p167. Resting on the eighth day of Sukkot (Vayikra 23:36).

p168. Living in the Sukkah during the Holiday of Sukkot (Vayikra 23:42).

p169. Taking the four Species: Lulav, Estrog, Hadasim, and Aravot (Vayikra 23:40).

p170. Hearing the Shofar blown on Rosh HaShanah (Bamidbar 29:1).

p196. Gifts upon the release of an Israelite slave (Dvarim 15:14).

p213. Marriage (Dvarim 24:1).

p214. A newly married couple (Dvarim 24:5).

p221. Women Captives of war (Dvarim 21:11).

p232. The Israelite slave (Shemot 21:2).

p233. Marrying an Israelite Maidservant (Shemot 21:8).

p234. Redeeming an Israelite Maidservant (Shemot 21:8).

p235. The non-believing slave (Vayikra 25:46).

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