613 Torah commands

Sefer Mitzvot Classification

Below each mitzavah coded marking  are use in this book

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According to the Talmud, there are 613 mitzvot in the the Torah:-  248 positive mitzvot and 365 negative. The 613 mitzvot of the Torah are sometimes call  Taryag Mitzvot   ( תרי"ג מצוות )  since numerically the Hebrew Letters Tav=400 + Resh=200 + Yud=10 + Gimel =3 Total = 613. What I could really understand is that  "613 mitzvot" are actually levitical instruction in the Torah, within the instructions ten of them are the Ten category Mitzvot (Exodus 20) in which the Almighty requires us to shomer and In Galatians 3:24 mention that the Torah are used in the distinctively THE Scriptures as an instruction in righteousness (2 Tim 3:16 - 17; cp. Rom 13:8 - 10; 1 Cor 9:8 - 9; Eph 6:1 - 3 HNV). ADONAI has given the Yisraelites Ten Commandment  in which He wrote it with His figures at Mount Sinai as an agreement that they are to Shomer. Also the so call the 7 Noachide laws are actually extract from the Ten commandment given to goyim to observe.

When Yeshua came to interpret the Torah, the Key to understanding and appreciate the Ten Mitzvot  is that He emphasize to us, that we are to love one another, just like He have loved us; that we also love one another. "Owe no man any thing, but to love one another: for he that loves another has fulfilled the Torah, (Rom 13:8) and also by this everyone will know that you are my talmidim (disciple), if you have love for one another." (Yochanan 13:34 HNV) To have a practical Christian living is to have His Mitzvot in our heart and his promise that we trust His plan for our lives. Our Master gives us His Ruach HaKodesh ability to fulfill the Ten Mitzvot agreements.

In this website  I have cross reference with the Brit Hadashah, attached with some keynotes and link scripture references. The 613 is divided into 3 main categories Priest Prophet and King. We can see that Messiah Yeshua is all in all the Great High Priest (order of Malkitzedek), the Prophet and the King  all these you can read in the book of Hebrews of the Apostolic writings . We can also see that Ya'ir's daughter had recognise Messiah Yeshua is a Kosher Rabbi, the living Torah is in Him that her faith in Messiah Yeshua led her to reach forth and touched the tzitzit (the Hem of  the garment) on Messiah Yeshua's robe and she was healed. (read Matthew 9:20 - 22; Mark 5:21 - 43; Luke 8:40 - 56 complete Jewish Bible). Basically I find the way these commands format like unto a quick bookmark notes that  allows searching the instructions  of the scripture easily and eyecatching. It helps me to impressed upon my mind on  the instruction more quicker, I can go deep to read more from the Tenakh. I trust that you will  the 613 Key points of the mitzvot  handy to use.

Who came up with this "613 Mitzvot"?

Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon, His full name was Rabbi Moses Ben Maimon. His name formed the acronym as "The Rambam" was born on the 14th of Nisan 4895 (30th March 1135) and he died on the 20th of Tevet of 4965 (Dec. 13 1204). The Rambam was one of the most saught after individuals of his time. Not only as a Halachic authority, but also within the secular world of kings and sultans, for his vast knowledge of secular medecines was outstanding. When writting the Mishna Torah, Ramban reviewed the Torah's Mitzvot, and he itemized them. He seperated the positive and negative mitzvot, listed them, all 613, and discussed them. As well, the Rambam added to his work of Talmud Torah (a guide on learning) a nice section of Mussar. The book of Da'ot and the Talmud Torah.

The Ramba'm - Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon (Maimonides) 1135 - 1204 CE by © Eliezer C. Abrahamson  

This is what we will review here. Here I see there are 248 are positive mitzvot and I was told that 248 positive is suppose to represents our 248 different organs of our body. The 365 are negative mitzvot which is our 365 days of our Solar calender.

Concise Book of Mitzvot/Sefer ha-Mitzvot ha-Katzar
  ISBN: 0-87306-494-1 Feldheim publishers 1st published 1990 Printed in Israel. compiled by The Chafetz Chayim Rabbi Yisrael Meir ha Kohen

The Jewish People are enjoined to observe the 613 Divine commandments inscribed in the Torah but with the destruction of the Beit Ha Mikdash and the dispersion of the Nation, observance of many of the mitzvot has become impossible. In the absence of clear guidelines, the righteous modern Jew who wishes to fulfill his obligations to his Creator would have great difficulty in deciding which Torah commandments pertain today and which do not. To facilitate contemporary mitzvah observance, the Chafetz Chayim compiled his sefer ha Mitzvoth ha Katzar, a concise volume listing all the positive and negative commandments applicable in our time. Suggest to get a copy  of this a pocket size hard cover book that is very handy travel size. it including a supplement on the commandments contigent upon the land of Yisrael.

The first person to officially attempt  to codify and enumerate the Taryag Mitzvot was Rabbi Shimon Kaeira -

Key to the Mitzvah Markings

General Markings. Each Torah mitzvah is encoded so that the reader can immediately understand basic things about the mitzvah.
1.   Each mitzvah code in enclosed in brackets that appear immediately before the actual mitzvah within the context of a particular scripture citation.
When more than one mitzvah occurs in a passage, a mitzvah may be underlined so the reader can easily find the mitzvah.
2.   The first encoded marking in the mitzvah code indicates whether the mitzvah is negative or positive – thus, the reader will find an "n" or a "p" as the first marking in the code.
3.   The next encoded marking is the Rambam number of the mitzvah. Positive mitzvot range from 1 to 248 while negative mitzvot range from 1 to 365. Thus, the student will find [n123] to indicate negative mitzvah #123 and [p224] to indicate positive mitzvah #224. The numbering system is taken solely from Rambam’s Safer HaMitzvot.
4.   Additional markings appear after these indicators. Those markings are associated with the mitzvah’s classification as a Noachide Mitzvah, a Land of Israel Mitzvah, a Jewish Mitzvah, or a Kohanim Mitzvah. Those additional markings are explained below.

Noachide Markings.
The Noachide Mitzvot are mitzvot that are associated with one of the seven broad categories of the Noachide Regulations. They all must be obeyed literally by both Jews and gentiles. These are universal moral obligations for all mankind.The encoded markings for the Noachide Mitzvot always include a capital “N” followed by a number ranging from one to seven. The N refers to the word Noachide and the number indicates which of the seven Noachide Regulations the mitzvah falls under. This example [p210N7] is interpreted as positive mitzvah #210, which is a Noachide mitzvah falling under the seventh Noachide Regulation.Ex. 20:12 [p210N7] Honour thy father and thy mother: that thy days may be long upon the land which the LORD thy God giveth thee.

Land of Israel Markings.

The Land of Israel Mitzvot are regulations that are intended to be fulfilled literally by those living in the Land of Israel.
In most cases, it is not possible for those living outside of the Promised Land to fulfill these mitzvot literally. Nevertheless, that fact does not make those mitzvot of "no effect" to those living outside of the Promised Land. There are broad spiritual applications for each of the Land of Israel Mitzvot that apply to the lifestyle of all believers inside and outside of the Promised Land. Thus, while we may not be able to enjoin these mitzvot literally, we can obey the universal spiritual principles that lay behind the literal mitzvot.

The encoded markings for the Land of Israel Mitzvot always include a capital “L” after the Rambam designation. The L refers to the phrase "Land of Israel."The example below contains two mitzvot: negative #49 and positive #187. Both are followed by an "L" indicating that they were given to Israel to be fulfilled literally within the confines of the Land of Israel.
While they were to be fulfilled literally in the Land, both of the mitzvot contain universal spiritual principles that are applicable to all believers. Deut. 20:16-18 [n49L] “But of the cities of these people, which the LORD thy God doth give thee for an inheritance, thou shalt save alive nothing that breatheth. [p187L] But thou shalt utterly destroy them; namely, the Hittites, and the Amorites, the Canaanites, and the Perizzites, the Hivites, and the Jebusites; as the LORD thy God hath commanded thee. That they teach you not to do after all their abominations, which they have done unto their gods; so should ye sin against the LORD your God.”

Jewish Markings.

The Jewish Mitzvot are those mitzvot that are compulsory literally for Jews and not for Gentiles. Most of the Jewish Mitzvot, however, can be obeyed by gentiles, if they wish. There are only four mitzvot that gentiles may not obey since those four mitzvot are directly related to "signs" of Adonai's special commitment to the ethnic Jews. Those four mitzvot are circumcision (for religious purposes), rabbinical observance of Shabbat, and wearing of the phylacteries on the head and hand. All four of these are special "signs" between Adonai and the Jewish people regarding His special relationship with them. It is wrong for gentiles to attempt to fulfill these mitzvot literally. The following are three examples of Jewish mitzvot (two of which are restricted only to Jews -- one of which may be obeyed by gentiles, if they wish). Deut. 6:8-9 “You shall [p13J] bind them as a sign on your hand, and [p12J] they shall be as frontlets between your eyes. [p15J] You shall write them on the doorposts of your house and on your gates.” (JPS)

Kohanim Markings.

The Kohanim Mitzvot are regulations associated with the ministering body of Israel: The Kohein Gadol, the common kohanim, and the Levites. These mitzvot can only be fulfilled literally by a select class of individuals in the Land of Israel only when there is a functioning Temple or Tabernacle. Since there is not a Temple today, these mitzvot cannot be literally fulfilled. Nevertheless, as was the case with all of the other mitzvot, there are universal spiritual principles that apply to all mankind. Those universal spiritual principles should be followed and obeyed by all people. The encoded markings for the Kohanim Mitzvot always include a capital “K” after the Rambam number. A number ranging from one to three always follows the "K". The K refers to the word Kohanim and the number indicates which of the three categories the mitzvah falls under. K1 is the category of the Kohein Gadol, K2 is the category of the common kohanim, and K3 is the category of the Levites.


613 Mitzvot list according Scripture order

K= Kohanim Mitzvot, three distinct sub-group K1- Kohen Gadol, K2 - common kohanim;  K3 - LevitesJ= Jewish people goy optional
N= Noachide or Gentile all humanity -end code N1 - 7
L= Land of YisraelP= Positive
N= Negative

Ten commandment category index table content

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Hebraic Transliteration Scripture

The 248 Positive Mitzvot (Commandments)


The 365 Negative Mitzvot/Commandments:

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The 248 Positive Mitzvot / Commandments:



P1N1 Shemot 20:2 To believe in Elohim:  I am Adonai your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage.

==> (N1N1) “You shall have no other gods before Me.

P2N1 Dvarim 6:4 Shema O Yisrael ADONAI our Eloheinu  Echad ADONAI - To acknowledge the ONEness of Elohim  (Echad)

P3 Dvarim 6:5 To love ADONAI  thy Elohim with all thine heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy might.

P 4N1 Dvarim 6:13 To fear Elohim; worship Elohim Yeshua quote this verse when ha satan tempter MattitYahu 4:10

P 5N1 Shemot 23:25; To serve Elohim Dvarim11:13; 13:5

P 6N1 Dvarim 10:20 To cleave to Elohim (holdfast, pursue closely)

P 7 Dvarim 10:20 On taking an oath by Elohim's Name

P 8N1 Dvarim  28:9 On walking in Elohim's ways

P 9 Vayikra 22:32 On Sanctifying Elohim's Name

TORAH Jewish Mitzvot - J

P 10 Dvarim 6:7 On reciting the Sh'ma each morning and evening

P 11 Dvarim 6:7 On studying and teaching Torah

P 12 Dvarim 6:8 On binding Tefillin on the head

P 13 Dvarim 6:8 On binding Tefillin on the hand

P 14N1 B'midbar15:38 On making Tzitzit with thread of blue, garments corners - N47N1

P 15 Dvarim 6:9 On affixing a Mezuzah to doorposts and gates

P 16 Dvarim31:12 On Assembling each 7th year to hear the Torah read

P 17 Dvarim17:18 On that a king must write a copy of Torah for himself

P 18N1 Dvarim31:19 On that everyone should have a Torah scroll

P 19 Dvarim 8:10 On praising Elohim after eating, Grace after meals - Brikat HaMazon


P 20K2 Shemot 25:8  make HIM a sanctuary ; that ADONAI Elohim may dwell among them.

P 21 Vayikra19:30 On respecting the Sanctuary

P 22 B'midbar 18:4 On guarding the Sanctuary

P 23 B'midbar18:23 On Levitical services in the Tabernacle

P 24 Shemot 30:19 On Kohanim washing hands & feet before entering Temple

P 25 Shemot 27:21 On kindling the Menorah by the Kohanim

P 26 B'midbar 6:23 On the Kohanim blessing Israel

P 27 Shemot25:30 On the Showbread before the Ark Lechem HaPanim

P 28N1 Shemot 30:7 On Burning the Incense on the Golden Altar twice daily

P 29 Vayikra 6:6 On the perpetual fire on the Altar

P 30 Vayikra 6:3 On removing the ashes from the Altar

P 31 B'midbar 5:2 On removing unclean persons from the camp

P 32 Vayikra 21:8 On honoring the Kohanim

P 33 Shemot 28:2 On the garments of the Kohanim

P 34 B'midbar 7:9 On Kohanim bearing the Ark on their shoulders

P 35 Shemot 30:31 On the Set apart anointing oil (also see N83K2, N84)

P 36 Dvarim 18:6-8 On the Kohanim ministering in rotation/watches

P 37 Vayikra 21:2-3 On the Kohanim being defiled for dead relatives

P 38 Vayikra 21:13 On that Kohan haGadol may only marry a virgin


P 39 B'midbar 28:3  On the twice Daily Burnt, tamid, offerings  Olah Talmid
P 40 Vayikra6:13 On Kohan haGadol's twice daily meal offering

P 41 B'midbar 28:9 On the Shabbat additional, musaf, offering

P 42 B'midbar 28:11 On the New Moon, Rosh Chodesh, additional offering

P 43 Vayikra 23:36 On the Pesach additional offering

P 44 Vayikra 23:10 On the second day of Pesach meal offering of the Omer

P 45 B'midbar 28:26 On the Shavuot additional, musaf, offering -27

P 46 Vayikra 23:17 On the Two Loaves of bread Wave offering on Shavuot

P 47 B'midbar 29:1-2 On the Rosh HaShannah additional offering

P 48 B'midbar 29:7-8 On the Yom Kippur additional offering

P 49 Vayikra 16:29 On the service of Yom Kippur, Avodah

P 50 B'midbar 29:13 On the Sukkot, musaf, offerings

P 51 B'midbar 29:36 On the Shemini Atzeret additional offering

P 52 Shemot 23:14 On the three annual Festival pilgrimages to the Temple

P 53 Shemot 34:23; On appearing before ADONAI during the Festivals Dvarim16:16

P 54 Dvarim 16:14 On rejoicing on the Festivals

P 55 Shemot 12:6 On the 14th of Nisan slaughtering the Pesach lamb

P 56 Shemot 12:8 On eating the roasted Pesach lamb night of Nisan 15

P 57 B'midbar 9:11 On slaughtering the Pesach Sheini, Iyyar 14, offering

P 58 B'midbar 9:11; On eating the Pesach Sheini lamb with Matzah and Maror Shemot12:8

P 59 B'midbar 10:9 Trumpets for Feast sacrifices brought & for tribulation -10

P 60 Vayikra 22:27 On minimum age of cattle to be offered

P 61 Vayikra 22:21 On offering only unblemished sacrifices

P 62 Vayikra 2:13 On bringing salt with every offering

Five type of offering  !brq

P 63 Vayikra 1:2 On the Burnt-Offering Olah

P 64 Vayikra 6:18 On the Sin-Offering Khata'at

P 65 Vayikra 7:1 On the Guilt-Offering Asham

P 66 Vayikra 3:1 On the Peace-Offering Shelamim

P 67 Vayikra 2:1; On the Meal-Offering 6:7 Minkhah

P 68 Vayikra 4:13 On offerings for a Court (Sanhedrin) that has erred

P 69 Vayikra 4:27 Fixed Sin-Offering, by one unknowingly breaking a karet fixed Khata'at

P 70 Vayikra 5:17 Suspensive Guilt-Offering if doubt of breaking a karet -18

P 71 Vayikra 5:15; Unconditional Guilt-Offering, for stealing, etc. 19:20-21

P 72 Vayikra 5:1-11 Offering higher or lower value, according to ones means

P 73 B'midbar 5:6-7 To confess one's sins before Elohim and repent from them

P 74 Vayikra 15:13 On offering brought by a zav (man with a discharge) -15

P 75 Vayikra 15:28 Offering brought by a zavah (woman with a discharge) -29

P 76 Vayikra 12:6 On offering brought by a woman after childbirth

P 77 Vayikra 14:10 On offering brought by a leper after being cleansed

P 78 Vayikra 27:32 On the Tithe of one's cattle

P 79 Shemot 13:2 Sacrificing the First-born of clean (permitted) cattle

P 80 Shemot 22:28; On Redeeming the First-born of man, Pidyon ha-ben B'midbar18:15

P 81 Shemot 34:20 On Redeeming the firstling of an ass, if not...

P 82 Shemot 13:13 ...breaking the neck of the firstling of an ass

P 83 Dvarim 12:5-6 On bringing due offerings to Yerushalayim without delay

P 84 Dvarim 12:14 All offerings must be brought only to the Sanctuary

P 85 Dvarim 12:36 On offerings due from outside Israel to the Sanctuary

P 86 Dvarim 12:15 On Redeeming blemished ~ymt sanctified animal offerings

P 87 Vayikra 27:33 On the holiness of substituted animal offerings

P 88 Vayikra 6:9 On Kohanim eating the remainder of the Meal Offerings

P 89 Shemot 29:33 On Kohanim eating the meat of Sin and Guilt Offerings

P 90 Vayikra 7:19 Burn Consecrated Offerings that've become ~ymt Tamei/unclean

P 91 Vayikra 7:17 Burn remnant of Consecrated Offerings not eaten in time VOWS

P 92 B'midbar 6:5 The Nazir letting his hair grow during his separation

P 93 B'midbar 6:18 Nazir completing vow shaves his head & brings sacrifice

P 94 Dvarim 23:24 On that a man must honor his oral vows and oaths

P 95 B'midbar 30:3 On that a judge can annul vows, only according to Torah

RITUAL PURITY - Niddah; Tumah; Tzara'at

P 96 Vayikra 11:8, Defilement by touching certain animal carcasses, &... 24

P 97 Vayikra 11:29 ...by touching carcasses of eight creeping creatures -31

P 98 Vayikra 11:34 Defilement of food & drink, if contacting unclean thing

P 99 Vayikra 15:19 On Tumah of a menstruant woman

P100 Vayikra 12:2 On Tumah of a woman after childbirth

P101 Vayikra 13:3 On Tumah of a leper

P102 Vayikra 13:51 On garments contaminated by leprosy

P103 Vayikra 14:44 On a leprous (tzara'at) house

P104 Vayikra  15:2 On Tumah of a zav (man with a running issue)

P105 Vayikra 15:6 On Tumah of semen

P106 Vayikra 15:19 Tumah of a zavah (woman suffering from a running issue)

P107 B'midbar 19:14 On Tumah of a human corpse

P108 B'midbar 19:13, Law of the purification water of sprinkling, tamei niddah 21
This is the law of the water for sprinkling. The water was made from the ashes of the r
ed heifer and was used for 19 forms of cleansing

P109 Vayikra 15:16 On immersing in a mikveh to become ritually clean

P110 Vayikra 14:2 On the specified procedure of cleansing from leprosy

P111 Vayikra 14:9 On that a leper must shave his head

P112 Vayikra 13:45 On that the leper must be made easily distinguishable

P113 B'midbar 19:2-9 On Ashes of the Red Heifer, used in ritual purification


P114 Vayikra 27:2-8 On the valuation for a person himself to the Temple

P115 Vayikra 27:11 On the valuation for an unclean beast to the Temple -12

P116 Vayikra 27:14 On the valuation of a house as a donation to the Temple

P117 Vayikra 27:16, On the valuation of a field as a donation to the Temple 22-23

P118 Vayikra 5:16 If benefit from Temple property, restitution plus 1/5th

P119 Vayikra 19:24 On the fruits of the trees fourth year's growth

P120 Vayikra 19:9 On leaving the corners (Peah) of fields for the poor

P121 Vayikra 19:9 On leaving gleanings of the field for the poor

P122 Dvarim 24:19 On leaving the forgotten sheaf for the poor

P123 Vayikra 19:19 On leaving the misformed grape clusters for the poor

P124 Vayikra 19:10 On leaving grape gleanings for the poor

P125 Shemot 23:19 On separating & bringing First-fruits to the Sanctuary

P126 Dvarim 18:4 To separate the great Heave-offering (terumah)

P127 Vayikra 27:30; To set aside the first tithe to the Levites B'midbar18:24

P128 Dvarim 14:22 To set aside the second tithe, eaten only in Yerushalayim

P129 B'midbar 18:26 On Levites' giving tenth of their tithe to the Kohanim

P130 Dvarim 14:28 To set aside the poor-man's tithe in 3rd and 6th year

P131 Dvarim 26:13 A declaration made when separating the various tithes

P132 Dvarim 26:5 A declaration made bringing First-fruits to the Temple

P133 B'midbar 15:20 On the first portion of the Challah given to the Kohan


P134 Shemot 23:11 On ownerless produce of the Sabbatical year (shemittah)

P135 Shemot 34:21 On resting the land on the Sabbatical year

P136 Vayikra 25:10 On sanctifying the Jubilee (50th) year

P137 Vayikra 25:9 Blow Shofar on Yom Kippur in the Jubilee & slaves freed

P138 Vayikra 25:24 Reversion of the land to ancestral owners in Jubilee yr

P139 Vayikra 25:24 On the redemption of a house within a year of the sale

P140 Vayikra 25:8 Counting and announcing the years till the Jubilee year

P141 Dvarim 15:3 All debts are annulled in the Sabbatical year, but...

P142 Dvarim 15:3 ...one may exact a debt owed by a foreigner


P143 Dvarim 18:3 The Kohan's due in the slaughter of every clean animal

P144 Dvarim 18:4 On the first of the fleece to be given to the Kohan

P145 Vayikra 27:21, (Cherem vow) one devoted thing to Elohim, other to Kohanim 28

P146 Vayikra 12:21 Slaughtering animals, according to Torah, before eating

P147 Vayikra 17:13 Covering with earth the blood of slain fowl and beast

P148 Dvarim 22:7 On setting free the parent bird when taking the nest

P149 Vayikra 11:2 Searching for prescribed signs in beasts, for eating

P150 Dvarim 14:11 Searching for the prescribed signs in birds, for eating

P151 Vayikra 11:21 Searching for prescribed signs in locusts, for eating

P152 Vayikra 11:9 Searching for the prescribed signs in fish, for eating


P153 Shemot 12:2; Sanhedrin to sanctify New Moon, & reckon yrs & seasons Dvarim16:1

P154 Shemot 23:12 On resting on the Shabbat

P155 Shemot 20:8 On declaring Shabbat Set apart at its onset and termination

P156 Shemot 12:15 On removal of chametz, leaven(ed), on (Nisan 14) Pesach

P157 Shemot 13:8 Tell of Exodus from Egypt 1st night Pesach, (Nisan 15)

P158 Shemot 12:18 On eating Matzah the first night of Pesach, (Nisan 15)

P159 Shemot 12:16 On resting on the first day of Pesach

P160 Shemot 12:16 On resting on the seventh day of Pesach

P161 Vayikra 23:35 Count the Omer 49 days from day of first sheaf Nisan 16

P162 Vayikra 23 21 On resting on Shavuot

P163 Vayikra 23:24 On resting on Feast of Trumpets Rosh HaShannah

P164 Vayikra 16:29 On fasting on Yom Kippur

P165 Vayikra 16:29, On resting on Yom Kippur 31

P166 Vayikra 23:35 On resting on the first day of Sukkot

P167 Vayikra 23:36 On resting on (the 8th day) Shemini Atzeret

P168 Vayikra 23:42 On dwelling in a Sukkah (booth) for seven days

P169 Vayikra 23:40 On taking a Lulav (the four species) on Sukkot

P170 B'midbar 29:1 On hearing the sound of the Shofar on Rosh HaShannah


P171 Shemot 30:12 On every male giving half a shekel annually to Temple -13

P172 Dvarim 18:15 On heeding the Prophets

P173 Dvarim 17:15 On appointing a king

P174 Dvarim 17:11 On obeying the Great Court (Sanhedrin)

P175 Shemot 23:2 On in case of division, abiding by a majority decision

P176 Dvarim 16:18 Appointing Judges & Officers of the Court in every town

P177 Vayikra 19:15 Treating litigants equally/impartially before the law

P178 Vayikra 5:1 Anyone aware of evidence must come to court to testify

P179 Dvarim 13:15 The testimony of witnesses shall be examined thoroughly

P180 Dvarim 19:19 False witnesses punished, as they intended upon accused

P181 Dvarim 21:4 On Eglah Arufah, on the heifer when murderer unknown

P182 Dvarim 19:3 On establishing Six Cities of Refuge (see map attached the city of refuge)  Numbers 35:9-15 .

P183 B'midbar 35:2 Give cities to Levites - who've no ancestral land share

P184 Dvarim 22:8 Build fence on roof, remove potential hazards from home


P185 Dvarim 12:2; On destroying all idolatry and its appurtenances 7:5

P186 Dvarim 13:17 The law about a city that has become apostate/perverted

P187 Dvarim 20:17 On the law about destroying the seven Kenaanite nations

P188L Dvarim 25:19 On the extinction of the seed of Amalek

P189L Dvarim 25:17 On remembering the nefarious deeds of Amalek to Israel


 P190 Dvarim 20:11 Regulations for wars other than ones commanded in Torah -12

P191 Dvarim 20:2 Kohan for special duties in war; also men unfit return

P192 Dvarim 23:14 Prepare place beyond the camp, so to keep sanitary &... 15

P193 Dvarim 23:15 ...so include a digging tool among war implements


P194 Vayikra 5:23 On a robber to restore the stolen article to its owner

P195 Dvarim 15:8; On to give charity to the poor Vayikra25:35-36

P196 Dvarim 15:14 On giving gifts to a Hebrew bondman upon his freedom

P197 Shemot 22:24 On lending money to the poor without interest

P198 Dvarim 23:21 On lending money to the foreigner with interest

P199 Dvarim 24:13; On restoring a pledge to its owner if he needs it Shemot22:25

P200 Dvarim 24:15 On paying the worker his wages on time

P201 Dvarim 23:25 Employee is allowed to eat the produce he's working in -26

P202 Shemot 23:5 On helping unload when necessary a tired animal

P203 Dvarim 22:4 On assisting a man loading his beast with its burden

P204 Dvarim 22:1; On that lost property must be returned to its owner Shemot23:4

P205 Vayikra 19:17 On being required to reprove the sinner

P206 Vayikra 19:18 On love your neighbor as yourself

P207 Dvarim 10:19 On being commanded to love the convert/proselyte

P208 Vayikra 19:36 On the law of accurate weights and measures


P209 Vayikra 19:32 On honoring the old (and wise)

P210 Shemot 20:12 On honoring parents

P211 Vayikra 19:3 On fearing parents

P212 Beresheet 1:28 On to be fruitful and multiply

P213 Dvarim 24:1 On the law of marriage

P214 Dvarim 24:5 On bridegroom devotes himself to his wife for one year

P215 Beresheet 17:10; On circumcising one's son Vayikra12:3

P216 Dvarim 25:5 If a man dies childless his brother marry widow, or...

P217 Dvarim 25:9 ...release her/the-widow (Chalitzah)

P218 Dvarim 22:29 A violator must marry the virgin/maiden he has violated

P219 Dvarim 22:18 The defamer of his bride is flogged & may never divorce -19

P220 Shemot 22:15 On the seducer must be punished according to the law -23

P221 Dvarim 21:11 Captive women treated according to special regulations

P222 Dvarim 24:1 The law of divorce, only be means of written document

P223 B'midbar 5:15 Suspected adulteress has to submit to the required test -27


P224 Dvarim25:2 On whipping transgressors of certain commandments

P225 B'midbar35:25 On exile to city of refuge for unintentional homicide

P226 Shemot21:20 On beheading transgressors of certain commandments

P227 Shemot21:16 On strangling transgressors of certain commandments

P228 Vayikra20:14 On burning transgressors of certain commandments

P229 Dvarim22:24 On stoning transgressors of certain commandments

P230 Dvarim21:22 Hang after execution, violators of certain commandments

P231 Dvarim21:23 On burial on the same day of execution


P232 Shemot21:2 On the special laws for treating the Hebrew bondman

P233 Shemot21:8 Hebrew bondmaid married to her master or his son, or...

P234 Shemot21:8 ...allow the redemption to the Hebrew bondmaid

P235 Vayikra25:46 On the laws for treating an alien bondman


P236 Shemot21:18 On the penalty for a person inflicting injury

P237 Shemot21:28 On the law of injuries caused by an animal

P238 Shemot21:33 On the law of injuries caused by an pit -34

P239 Shemot21:37 On the law of punishment of thieves -22:3

P240 Shemot22:4 On the law of a judgement for damage caused by a beast

P241 Shemot22:5 On the law of a judgement for damage caused by a fire

P242 Shemot22:6 On the law of an unpaid guardian -8

P243 Shemot22:9 On the law of a paid guardian -12

P244 Shemot22:13 On the law of a borrower

P245 Vayikra25:14 On the law of buying and selling

P246 Shemot22:8 On the law of litigants

P247 Dvarim25:12 Save life of one pursued, even if need - kill oppressor

P248 B'midbar27:8 On the law of inheritance

The 365 Mitzvot Lo Taaseh Negative Commandment:


N 1 Shemot20:3 Not believing in any other Elohim except the One Elohim.

N 2 Shemot20:4 Not to make images for the purpose of worship

N 3 Vayikra19:4 Not to make an idol (even for others) to worship

N 4 Shemot20:20 Not to make figures of human beings

N 5 Shemot20:5 Not to bow down to an idol

N 6 Shemot20:5 Not to worship idols

N 7 Vayikra18:21 Not to hand over any children to Moloch

N 8 Vayikra19:31 Not to practice sorcery of the ov, necromancy

N 9 Vayikra19:31 Not to practice sorcery of yidde'oni, familiar spirts

N 10 Vayikra19:4 Not to study idolatrous practices

N 11 Dvarim16:22 Not to erect a pillar which people assemble to honor

N 12 Vayikra20:1 No figured stones (dias) to lay prostrate on

N 13K2 Dvarim16:21 shalt not plant thee an asherah  [grove] of any trees near unto the altar of ADONAI thy Elohim a Babylonian (Astarte)-Kenaanite goddess (of fortune and happiness), she is also refered to by the name queen of Heaven. the supposed consort of Baal, her images. According to Torah Tips studies the teutonic tribes call her Eostre or Eastre from which we derive the pagan term Easter.

N 14 Shemot23:13 Swear not by an idol nor instigate an idolater to do so

N 15 Shemot23:13 Not to divert any non-Jew to idolatry

* Sanh. 63b, 67a. Nazarean Codicil Connections: Matt. 5:34-36; 23:16-22; James 5:18  also see Acts 17:18; 19:26; 1 Cor 8:5; Galatians 4:18 - re belief in foreign gods There are numerous examples of the Talmidim (disciples) destroying the belief structures associated with false gods.

N 16 Dvarim13:12 Not to try to persuade a Jew to worship idols

N 17 Dvarim13:9 Not to love someone who seeks to mislead you to idols

N 18 Dvarim13:9 Not to relax one's aversion to the misleader to idols

N 19 Dvarim13:9 Not to save the life of a misleader to idols

N 20 Dvarim13:9 Not to plead for (defend) the misleader to idols

N 21 Dvarim13:9 Not to oppress evidence unfavorable to the misleader

N 22 Dvarim7:25 No benefit from ornaments which have adorned an idol

N 23 Dvarim13:17 Rebuild not a city destroyed as punishment for idolatry

N 24 Dvarim13:18 Not deriving benefit from property of an apostate city

N 25 Dvarim7:26 Do not use anything connected with idols or idolatry

N 26 Dvarim18:20 Not prophesying in the name of idols

N 27 Dvarim18:20 Not prophesying falsely in the Name of Elohim

N 28 Dvarim13:3-4 Listen not to one who prophesies in the name of idols

N 29 Dvarim18:22 Not fearing or refraining from killing a false prophet

N 30 Vayikra20:23 Imitate not the ways nor practice customs of idolaters

*N 31- N1 Vayikra19:26; Not practicing divination Dvarim18:10  Divination [QASAM ]  One who attemts to foretell the future by using omens or talisman, modern methods like the use of tarot  cards, palm reading, fortune cookies messages, roling of dice, throwing of "magic" sticks ( similar like the chinese use in the temple) reading of the eight balls. All methods of attempting to conjure the future are prohibited by this mitzvot. see Babylonian Talmud Tractate Sanhedrin 65 and Yoreh Dai'ah 179 Matt 7:10; Mark 1:27;  3:11; 5:13: 6:7; Luke 4:36; 6:18; Acts 5:16; 8:7.

 *N 32 - N1 Dvarim18:10 Not practicing soothsaying (ONAN OBSERVER OF TIMES !n[ ) obsever of clouds. This would forbid astrology, forecasting of the future by the sky, optical illusion

*N 33 - N1 Dvarim18:10 Not practicing enchanting -11 (NACHASH ) Talmud connection shabbat 7; Nazarean Codicil connection: Acts 16:16

*N 34 - N1 Dvarim18:10 Not practicing sorcery -11 (QASAPH WITCH ) Talmud connection shabbat 104a  Nazarean Codicil connection: Galatians 5:20

*N 35 - N1 Dvarim18:10 Not practicing the art of the charmer -11[CHOVER CHAVER] charming is a practice associated with witchcraft see Babylonian Talmud Shabbat 7

*N 36 - N1 Dvarim18:10 Not consulting a necromancer who uses the ov (PRACTICE; CONSULTER) (SHA'AL)  with familiar spirits [GHOSTS] [OV]-11

*N 37 - N1 Dvarim18:10 Not consulting a sorcerer who uses the ydo'a -11 (WIZARD YIDANI) [ familiar spirits]

*N 38 - N1 Dvarim18:10 Not to seek information from the dead, necromancy -11 [DRASH MUUT]

N 39 Dvarim22:5 Women not to wear men's clothes or adornments

N 40 Dvarim22:5 Men not wearing women's clothes or adornments

N 41 Vayikra19:28 Not tattoo yourself, as is the manner of the idolaters

N 42 Dvarim22:11 Not wearing a mixture of wool and linen, Shatnes

N 43 Vayikra19:27 Not shaving the temples/sides of your head

N 44 Vayikra19:27 Not shaving your beard

N 45 Dvarim16:1; Not making cuttings in your flesh over your dead 14:1; Vayikra19:28


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  1. Divination (Qasam) -- Any attempt to foretell the future by use of omens or talismans. This would include common modern methods like the use of tarot cards, palm reading, fortune cookie messages, rolling of dice, throwing of "magic" sticks, reading of the "Eight Ball," etc. A form of divination.
  2. Astrology (Onan) -- Astrology or the use of illusions as magic (even if the participants know that the "tricks" are illusions). A form of divination.
  3. Superstitions (Nachash) -- To foretell the future by personal experience or by diligent observance. This includes all superstitions -- both those that are longstanding folklores and personal superstitions that are created either spontaneously or by previous experience. A form of divination.
  4. Casting Spells (Qasaph) -- The casting of spells. The attempt to "make" things happen by saying words (and, potentially, performing other acts of a religious nature). A form of witchcraft.
  5. Charming (Chover chaver) -- Charm with words. To quote sayings or phrases that are designed to alter one's mental state regarding some bad or good thing. A form of witchcraft.
  6. Medium for the Dead (Ov) -- Contacting a medium for the purposes of coming in contact with a dead human ghost. A form of necromancy.
  7. Medium for Other Spirits (Yidani) -- Contacting a medium for the purposes of consulting beings from the spirit world other than humans. This might be the most logical mitzvah prohibiting the use of the Uija Board. A form of necromancy.
  8. Enlightenment from the Dead (Drash muut) -- Seeking enlightenment and knowledge from humans who are dead -- even if those human spirits do not directly communicate through methods associated with a medium. A form of necromancy.


N 46 Dvarim 17:16 Not returning to Egypt to dwell there permanently

N 47N1 B'midbar 15:39 Not to follow one's heart or eyes, straying to impurity

N 48L Shemot 23:32; Not to make a pact with the Seven Kenaanite Nations Dvarim7:2

N 49L Dvarim 20:16 Not to spare the life of the Seven Kenaanite Nations

N 50 Dvarim 7:2 Not to show mercy to idolaters

N 51 Shemot 23:33 No one serving false gods to settle in Eretz-Israel

N 52 Dvarim 7:3 Not to intermarry with one serving false gods

N 53 Dvarim 23:4 Not to intermarry at all with a male from Ammon or Moav

N 54 Dvarim 23:8 Exclude not marrying a descendant Esau if a proselyte

N 55 Dvarim 23:8 Not to exclude marrying an Egyptian who is a proselyte

N 56 Dvarim 23:7 Not permitted to make peace with Ammon and Moav nations

N 57 Dvarim 20:19 Not destroying fruit trees, even in time of war

N 58L Dvarim 7:21 Not fearing the enemy in time of war

N 59 Dvarim 25:19 Not forgetting the evil which Amalek did to us

BLASPHEMY (Yehudah / Nation)

N 60 Vayikra24:16; Not blaspheming the Set apart Name of Elohim [rather]: Shemot22:27

N 61 Vayikra 19:12 Not violating an oath by the Set apart Name, shevuas bittui

N 62 Shemot 20:7 Not taking the Set apart Name in vain, shevuas shav

N 63 Vayikra 22:32 Not profaning the Set apart Name of Elohim

N 64 Dvarim 6:16 Not testing/trying His (YHWH Elohim) promises & warnings Yeshua when being tested by the ha satan the tempter (MattitYahu 4:7) He quoted this verse

N 65 Dvarim 12:4 Do not destroy houses of worship or Set apart books

N 66 Dvarim 21:23 Leave not body of executed criminal hanging overnight

TEMPLE (Yehudah / Kohan)

N 67 B'midbar 18:5 Be not lax in guarding the Sanctuary/(Temple)

N 68 Vayikra 16:2 Kohan haGadol enter Sanctuary only at prescribed times

N 69 Vayikra 21:23 Kohan with blemish enter not Temple, from Altar inwards

N 70 Vayikra21:17 Kohan with a blemish not to minister in the Sanctuary

N 71 Vayikra 21:18 Kohan with temporary blemish minister not in Sanctuary

N 72 B'midbar 18:3 Levites & Kohanim not to interchange in their functions

N 73 Vayikra10:9 Drunk persons may not enter Sanctuary or teach Torah -11

N 74 B'midbar 18:4 A Zar (non-priest) not to minister in Sanctuary

N 75 Vayikra 22:2 Tamei (unclean) Kohan not to minister in Sanctuary

N 76 Vayikra 21:6 Kohan who is tevul yom, not to minister in Sanctuary

N 77 B'midbar 5:3 Tamei (unclean) person not to enter any part of Temple

N 78 Dvarim 23:11 Tamei person enter not camp of Levites (Temple mount)

N 79 Shemot 20:25 Build not an Altar of stones which were touched by iron

N 80 Shemot 20:26 Not to have an ascent to the Altar by steps

N 81 Vayikra 6:6 Not to extinguish the Altar fire

N 82 Shemot 30:9 Offer nothing, but specified incense, on Golden Altar

N 83K2 Shemot30:32 Not to make any oil the same as the Oil of Anointment  - not for personal body use - treat as Set apart Kadosh

N 84 Shemot 30:32 Anoint none with special oil except Kohan Gadol & King  (see P35) anointing oil consisted of 5 spices (Myrrh, cinnamon, calamus , cassia )and olive oil. Ointment (mishcah)

N 85K2 Shemot 30:37 Not to make incense same as burnt on Altar in Sanctuary

N 86K2 Shemot 25:15 Not to remove the staves from their rings in the Ark

N 87 Shemot 28:28 Not to remove the Breastplate from the Ephod

N 88 Shemot 28:32 Make not any incision in Kohan haGadol's upper garment



N 89 Dvarim 12:13 Offer not sacrifices outside Sanctuary/(Temple) Court

N 90 Vayikra 17:3 Slaughter not consecrated animals outside Temple Court -4

N 91 Vayikra 22:20 Dedicate not a blemished animal to be offered on Altar

N 92 Vayikra 22:22 Not to slaughter a blemished animal as a korban

N 93 Vayikra 22:24 Not to dash the blood of a blemished beast on the Altar

N 94 Vayikra 22:22 Not to burn the inner parts of blemished beast on Altar

N 95 Dvarim 17:1 Not to sacrifice a beast with a temporary blemish

N 96 Vayikra 22:25 Not to offer a blemished sacrifice of a gentile

N 97 Vayikra 22:21 Not to cause a consecrated offering to become blemished

N 98 Vayikra 2:11 Not to offer leaven or honey upon the Altar

N 99 Vayikra 2:13 Not to offer a sacrifice without salt

N100 Dvarim 23:19 Offer not on Altar: "hire of harlot" or "price of dog"

N101 Vayikra 22:28 Not to slaughter an animal & its young on the same day

N102 Vayikra 5:11 Not to put olive oil on the sin meal-offering

N103 Vayikra 5:11 Not to put frankincense on the sin meal-offering

N104 B'midbar 5:15 Not to put olive oil on the jealousy offering, sotah

N105 B'midbar 5:15 Not to put frankincense on the jealousy offering, sotah

N106 Vayikra 27:10 Not to substitute sacrifices

N107 Vayikra 27:26 Not to change sacrifices from one category to the other

N108 B'midbar 18:17 Redeem not the firstborn of permitted (clean) animals

N109 Vayikra 27:33 Not to sell the tithe of the herd of cattle

N110 Vayikra 27:28 Not to sell a devoted (by the Cherem vow) field

N111 Vayikra 27:28 Not to redeem a devoted (by the Cherem vow) field

N112 Vayikra 5:8 Not to split head of bird slaughtered for Sin-offering

N113 Dvarim 15:19 Not to do any work with a dedicated beast

N114 Dvarim 15:19 Not to shear a dedicated beast

N115 Shemot 34:25 Slaughter not Pesach/Passover lamb if chametz is about

N116 Shemot 23:10 Leave not sacrificial portions of Pesach lamb overnight

N117 Shemot 12:10 Allow not meat of Pesach lamb to remain till morning

N118 Dvarim 16:4 No meat of Nisan 14 Festive Offering remain till day 3

N119 B'midbar 9:13 No meat of 2nd Pesach lamb Offering remain till morning

N120 Vayikra 22:30 No meat of Thanksgiving Offering to remain till morning

N121 Shemot 12:46 Not to break any bones of Pesach lamb offering

N122 B'midbar 9:12 Not to break any bones of 2nd Pesach lamb offering

N123 Shemot 12:46 Not to remove Pesach offering from where it is eaten

N124 Vayikra 6:10 Not to bake the residue of a meal offering with leaven

N125 Shemot 12:9 Not to eat the Pesach offering boiled or raw

N126 Shemot 12:45 Not to allow an alien resident to eat Pesach offering

N127 Shemot 12:48 An uncircumcised person may not eat the Pesach offering

N128 Shemot 12:43 Not to allow an apostate to eat the Pesach offering

N129 Vayikra 12:4 Tamei (ritually unclean) person may not eat Set apart things

N130 Vayikra 7:19 Eat not meat of consecrated things that've become Tamei

N131 Vayikra 19:6-8 Not to eat sacrificial meat beyond the allotted time

N132 Vayikra 7:18 Eat not sacrificial meat slaughtered in wrong intention

N133 Vayikra 22:10 A zar/non-Kohan may not eat terumah / (heave offering)

N134 Vayikra 22:10 A Kohan's sojourner or hired worker may not eat terumah

N135 Vayikra 22:10 An uncircumcised person may not eat terumah

N136 Vayikra 22:4 Tamei (ritually unclean) Kohan may not eat terumah

N137 Vayikra 22:12 Bat-Kohan if married to non-Kohan not to eat Set apart food

N138 Vayikra 6:16 Not to eat the Meal-offering of a Kohan

N139 Vayikra 6:23 Eat not Sin-offering meat sacrificed within Sanctuary

N140 Dvarim 14:3 Not to eat consecrated animals that've become blemished

N141 Dvarim 12:17 Eat not unredeemed 2nd corn tithe outside Yerushalayim

N142 Dvarim 12:17 Consume not unredeemed 2nd wine tithe outside Yerushalayim

N143 Dvarim 12:17 Consume not unredeemed 2nd oil tithe outside Yerushalayim

N144 Dvarim 12:17 Eat not an unblemished firstling outside Yerushalayim

N145 Dvarim 12:17 Eat not sin or guilt offerings outside Sanctuary court

N146 Dvarim 12:17 Not to eat the meat of the burnt offering at all

N147 Dvarim 12:17 Eat not lesser sacrifices before blood dashed on Altar

N148 Dvarim 12:17 A zar/non-Kohan is not to eat the most Set apart offerings

N149 Shemot 29:33 A Kohan not to eat First Fruits outside Temple courts

N150 Dvarim 26:14 Eat not unredeemed 2nd tithe while in state of impurity

N151 Dvarim 26:14 Not eating the 2nd tithe while in mourning

N152 Dvarim 26:14 On 2nd tithe redemption money (only for food and drink)

N153 Vayikra 22:15 Not eating untithed produce, tevel

N154 Shemot 22:28 Not changing the order of separating the various tithes

N155 Dvarim 23:22 Delay not payment of offerings, freewill or obligatory

N156 Shemot 23:15 Go not to Temple on pilgrim festivals without offering

N157 B'midbar 30:3 Not to break your word, even if without an oath


N158 Vayikra 21:7 A Kohan may not marry a harlot, zonah

N159 Vayikra 21:7 A Kohan marry not a woman profaned from the Priesthood

N160 Vayikra 21:7 A Kohan may not marry a divorcee

N161- K1 Vayikra 21:14 Kohan haGadol may not marry a widow

N162 - K1 Vayikra 21:15 Kohan haGadol may not take a widow as a concubine

N163 Vayikra 10:6 Kohan with disheveled hair may not enter the Sanctuary

N164 Vayikra 10:6 Kohan wearing rent garments may not enter Sanctuary

N165 Vayikra 10:7 Kohanim leave not Temple courtyard during the service

N166 Vayikra 21:1 Common Kohan must not be defiled for dead, except some

N167 Vayikra 21:11 Kohan haGadol may not be under one roof with dead body

N168 Vayikra 21:11 Kohan haGadol must not be defiled for any dead person

N169 Dvarim 18:1 Levites have not part in the division of Israel's land

N170 Dvarim 18:1 Levites share not in the spoils of war

N171 Dvarim 14:1 Not to tear out hair for the dead

KOSHER DIETARY LAWS (Yehudah / Yisrael)

N172 Dvarim14:7 Not to eat any unclean animal

N173 Vayikra11:11 Not to eat any unclean fish

N174 Vayikra11:13 Not to eat any unclean fowl

N175 Dvarim14:19 Not to eat any creeping winged insect

N176 Vayikra11:41 Not to eat anything which creeps on the earth

N177 Vayikra11:44 Not to eat creeping thing that breeds in decayed matter

N178 Vayikra11:42 Not to eat living creatures that breed in seeds / fruit

N179 Vayikra11:43 Not to eat any detestable creature

N180 Dvarim14:21 Not to eat any animal which died naturally, a nevelah

N181 Shemot22:30 Not to eat an animal which is torn or mauled, a treifah

N182 Dvarim12:23 Not to eat any limb taken from a living animal

N183 - J Beresheet 32:33 Not to eat the sinew of the thigh-vein, gid ha-nasheh

N184 Vayikra 7:24 Not to eat blood

N185 Vayikra 7:23 Not to eat certain types of fat of clean animal, chelev

N186 Shemot 23:19 Not to boil young male goat (meat) in its mother's milk- Dvarim 14:21

N187 Shemot 34:26 Not to eat young male goat cooked in its mother's milk

N188 Shemot 21:28 Not to eat the flesh of a condemned & to be stoned ox

N189 Vayikra 23:14 Eat not bread made from grain of new crop, before Omer

N190 Vayikra 23:14 Eat not roasted grain of new crop, before Omer offering

N191 Vayikra 23:14 Eat not green ears of new crop, before Omer (Nisan 16)

N192 Vayikra 19:23 Not to eat orlah

N193 Dvarim 22:9 Eat not growth of mixed vineyard planting,kilai hakerem

N194 Dvarim 32:38 Not to use wine libations for idols, yayin nesach

N195-N1 Vayikra 19:26; No eating or drinking to excess, gluttony & drunkenness Dvarim21:20

N196 Vayikra 23:29 Not to eat anything on Yom Kippur / Day of Atonement

N197 Shemot 13:3 Not to eat chametz, leaven(ed), on Pesach

N198 Shemot 13:7 Not to eat an admixture of chametz/leaven(ed) on Pesach

N199 Dvarim 16:3 Not to eat chametz, leaven(ed), after noon of 14 Nisan

N200 Shemot 13:7 No chametz may be seen in our homes during Pesach

N201 Shemot 12:19 Not to possess chametz, leaven(ed), during Pesach NAZIRITES

N202 B'midbar 6:3 A Nazir may not drink wine or any beverage from grapes

N203 B'midbar 6:3 A Nazir may not eat fresh grapes

N204 B'midbar 6:3 A Nazir may not eat dried grapes

N205 B'midbar 6:4 A Nazir may not eat grape seeds/kernels

N206 B'midbar 6:4 A Nazir may not eat grape peels/husks

N207 B'midbar 6:7 Nazir may not rend himself Tamei (unclean) for the dead

N208 Vayikra 21:11 Nazir must not become Tamei entering house with corpse

N209 B'midbar 6:5 A Nazir must not shave his hair

AGRICULTURE (Yehudah / Nation)

N210 Vayikra23:22 Reap not a whole field without leaving corners for poor

N211 Vayikra 19:9 Not to gather ears of grain that fell during harvesting

N212 Vayikra 19:10 Not to gather the misformed clusters of grapes

N213 Vayikra 19:10 Not to gather single fallen grapes during the vintage

N214 Dvarim 24:19 Not to return for a forgotten sheaf

N215 Vayikra 19:19 Not to sow diverse kinds of seed in one field, kalayim

N216 Dvarim 22:9 Not to sow grain or vegetables in a vineyard

N217 Vayikra 19:19 Not to crossbreed animals of different species

N218 Dvarim 22:10 Work not with two different kinds of animals together

N219 Dvarim 25:4 Muzzle not animal working field to prevent from eating

N220 Vayikra 25:4 Not to cultivate the soil in the 7th year, shemittah

N221 Vayikra 25:4 Not to prune the trees in the 7th year

N222 Vayikra 25:5 Reap not self-grown plant in 7th year as ordinary year

N223 Vayikra 25:5 Gather not self-grown fruit in 7th yr. as ordinary year

N224 Vayikra 25:11 Not to till the earth or prune trees in Jubilee year

N225 Vayikra 25:11 Reap not aftergrowths of Jubilee year as ordinary year

N226 Vayikra 25:11 Not to gather fruit in Jubilee year as in ordinary year

N227 Vayikra 25:23 Sell not one's Eretz Yisrael land holdings permanently

N228 Vayikra 25:33 Not to sell/change the open lands of the Levites

N229 Dvarim 12:19 Not to leave the Levites without support


N230 Dvarim 15:2 Not to demand payment of debts after (7th) Shmitah year

N231 Dvarim 15:9 Not to refuse loan to poor because Shmitah year is near

N232 Dvarim 15:7 Not to deny charity to the poor

N233 Dvarim 15:13 Not sending a Hebrew bondman away empty-handed

N234 Shemot 22:24 Not demanding payment from a debtor known unable to pay

N235 Vayikra 25:37 Not lending to another Jew at interest

N236 Dvarim 23:20 Not borrowing from another Jew at interest

N237 Shemot 22:24 Not participating in an agreement involving interest

N238 Vayikra 19:13 Oppress not an employee by delaying paying his wages

N239 Dvarim 24:10 Not taking a pledge from a debtor by force

N240 Dvarim 24:12 Not keeping a poor man's pledge when he needs it

N241 Dvarim 24:17 Not taking any pledge from a widow

N242 Dvarim 24:6 Not taking ones's business (or food) utensils in pledge

N243 Shemot 20:13 Not abducting an Israelite

N244 Vayikra 19:11 Not stealing

N245 Vayikra 19:13 Not robbing

N246 Dvarim 19:14 Not fraudulently altering land boundaries / landmarker

N247 Vayikra 19:13 Not usurping our debts / do not defraud

N248 Vayikra 19:11 Not repudiating debts, denying receipt of loan/deposit

N249 Vayikra 19:11 Not to swear falsely regarding another man's property

N250 Vayikra 25:14 Not wronging/deceiving one another in business

N251 Vayikra 25:17 Not wronging/misleading one another even verbally

N252 Shemot 22:20 Not harming the stranger among you verbally

N253 Shemot 22:20 Not injuring the stranger among you in business/trade

N254 Dvarim 23:16 Not handing over a slave who's fled to Israel

N255 Dvarim 23:17 Take no advantage of a slave who's fled to Israel

N256 Shemot 22:21 Not afflicting the orphans and widows

N257 Vayikra 25:39 Not employing a Hebrew bondman in degrading tasks

N258 Vayikra 25:42 Not selling a Hebrew bondman

N259 Vayikra 25:43 Not treating a Hebrew bondman cruelly

N260 Vayikra 25:53 Not allowing a heathen to mistreat a Hebrew bondman

N261 Shemot 21:8 Not selling a Hebrew maidservant. & if you marry her...

N262 Shemot 21:10 ...withhold not: food, raiment, or conjugal rights

N263 Dvarim 21:14 Not selling a captive woman

N264 Dvarim 21:14 Not treating a captive woman as a slave

N265 Shemot 20:17 Not coveting another man's possessions/property, etc.

N266 Dvarim 5:18 Covet not one's possessions, even the desire forbidden

N267 Dvarim 23:26 A worker is not to cut down standing grain during work

N268 Dvarim 23:24 A hired laborer not to take more fruit than he can eat

N269 Dvarim 22:3 Not ignoring lost property to be returned to its owner

N270 Shemot 23:5 Refuse not to help man or animal collapsing with burden

N271 Vayikra 19:35 Not cheating/defrauding with measurements & weights

N272 Dvarim 25:13 Not to possess false/inaccurate weights and measures

JUSTICE (Yehudah / Beit Yisrael)

N273 Vayikra19:15 A Judge is not to commit unrighteousness

N274 Shemot23:8 A Judge is not to accept bribes/gifts from litigants

N275 Vayikra19:15 A Judge is not to favor (be partial to) a litigant

N276 Dvarim1:17 Judge not avoid justice being in fear of wicked person

N277 Vayikra19:15 A Judge not to decide in favor of poor man, out of pity [rather]: Shemot23:3

N278 Shemot23:6 A Judge is not to discriminate against the wicked

N279 Dvarim19:13 Judge not to pity one who killed or caused loss of limb

N280 Dvarim24:17 A Judge not perverting justice due strangers or orphans

N281 Shemot23:1 Judge not to hear one litigant in absence of the other

N282 Shemot23:2 Court may not convict by majority of 1 in capital case

N283 Shemot23:2 Judge accept not colleague's opinion, unless sure right

N284 Dvarim1:17 Not appointing an unlearned judge ignorant of the Torah

N285 Shemot20:16 Not bearing false witness

N286 Shemot23:1 A Judge is not to receive a wicked man's testimony

N287 Dvarim24:16 A Judge receive not testimony from litigant's relatives

N288 Dvarim19:15 Not convicting on the testimony of a single witness

N289 Shemot20:13 Not murdering a human being

N290 Shemot23:7 No conviction based on circumstantial evidence alone

N291 B'midbar35:30 A witness must not sit as a Judge in capital cases

N292 B'midbar35:12 Not killing a murderer without trial and conviction

N293 Dvarim25:12 Not to pity or spare the life of a pursuer

N294 Dvarim22:26 Not punishing a person for a sin committed under duress

N295 B'midbar35:31 Not accepting ransom from an unwitting murderer

N296 B'midbar35:32 Not accepting a ransom from a wilful murderer

N297 Vayikra19:16 Hesitate not to save life of another person in danger

N298 Dvarim22:8 Not leaving obstacles on public or private domain

N299 Vayikra19:14 Not misleading another by giving wrong advice

N300 Dvarim25:2-3 Inflict not more than assigned number lashes to guilty

N301 Vayikra19:16 Not to tell tales

N302 Vayikra19:17 Not to bear hatred in your heart toward your brethren

N303 Vayikra19:17 Not to put one another to shame

N304 Vayikra19:18 Not to take vengeance on another

N305 Vayikra19:18 Not to bear a grudge

N306 Dvarim22:6 Not to take entire bird's nest, mother and her young

N307 Vayikra13:33 Not to shave a leprous scall

N308 Dvarim24:8 Not to cut or cauterize (remove) other signs of leprosy

N309 Dvarim21:4 Plow not a valley where slain body found, eglah arufah

N310 Shemot22:17 Not permitting a witch/sorcerer to live

N311 Dvarim24:5 Take not bridegroom from home in first year of marriage

N312 Dvarim17:11 Not to differ from or disobey the Kohanim and the Judge

N313N1 Dvarim13:1 Not to add to the Mitzvot/commandments of Torah

N314N1 Dvarim13:1 Not to detract from the Mitzvot/commandments of Torah

N315 Shemot22:27 Not to curse a judge

N316 Shemot22:27 Not to curse a ruler

N317 Vayikra19:14 Not to curse any Jew

N318 Shemot21:17 Not cursing parents

N319 Shemot21:15 Not to strike parents

N320 Shemot20:10 Not to work on Shabbat

N321 Shemot16:29 Not to walk beyond permitted limits, eruv, on Shabbat

N322 Shemot35:3 Not to inflict punishment on the Shabbat

N323 Shemot12:16 Not to work on the first day of Pesach

N324 Shemot12:16 Not to work on the seventh day of Pesach

N325 Vayikra23:21 Not to work on Shavuot

N326 Vayikra23:25 Not to work on Rosh HaShannah

N327 Vayikra23:35 Not to work on the first day of Sukkot

N328 Vayikra23:36 Work not 8th-day/Shemini-Atzeret, (after Hoshana Rabba)

N329 Vayikra23:28 Not to work on Yom Kippur / the Day of Atonement


N330 Vayikra18:7 No relations with one's mother

N331 Vayikra18:8 No relations with one's father's wife

N332 Vayikra18:9 No relations with one's sister

N333 Vayikra18:11 No relations with step-sister

N334 Vayikra18:10 No relations with one's son's daughter

N335 Vayikra18:10 No relations with one's daughter's daughter

N336 Vayikra18:10 No relations with one's daughter

N337 Vayikra18:17 No relations with a woman and her daughter

N338 Vayikra18:17 No relations with a woman and her son's daughter

N339 Vayikra18:17 No relations with a woman & her daughter's daughter

N340 Vayikra18:12 No relations with one's father's sister

N341 Vayikra18:13 No relations with one's mother's sister

N342 Vayikra18:14 No relations with wife of father's brother

N343 Vayikra18:15 No relations with one's son's wife

N344 Vayikra18:16 No relations with brother's wife

N345 Vayikra18:18 No relations with sister of wife, during wife's life

N346 Vayikra18:19 No relations with a menstruant

N347 Vayikra18:20 No relations with another man's wife

N348 Vayikra18:23 Men may not lie with beasts

N349 Vayikra18:23 Women may not lie with beasts

N350 Vayikra18:22 A man may not lie carnally with another man

N351 Vayikra18:7 A man may not lie carnally with his father

N352 Vayikra18:14 A man may not lie carnally with his father's brother

N353 Vayikra18:6 Not to be intimate with a kinswoman

N354 Dvarim23:3 A mamzer may not have relations with a Jewess

N355 Dvarim23:18 No relations (harlotry) with a woman outside marriage

N356 Dvarim24:4 Remarry not your divorced wife after she has remarried

N357 Dvarim25:5 Childless widow marry none except late husbands brother

N358 Dvarim22:29 Divorce not wife, that he has to marry after raping her

N359 Dvarim22:19 Divorce not wife, after falsely slandering her

N360 Dvarim23:2 Man unable of procreation (eunuch) not to marry Jewess

N361 Vayikra22:24 Not to castrate a man or beast

 THE MONARCHY (Yehudah King)

 N362 Dvarim17:15 Not appointing a king who is not of the seed of Israel

N363 Dvarim17:16 A king not to accumulate an excess number of horses

N364 Dvarim17:17 A king not taking many wives

N365 Dvarim17:17 A king not amassing great personal wealth


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