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Cengiz Rusan

Humanities
Period 4
10/17/16

All Proverbs in the Bible of the ancient Hebrews follow some kind of law that is

reinforced in aspects of the ethical law of the ancient Hebrews and God, such as the Ten

Commandments, given to Moses by God while leading his people away from Egypt.

Proverb 23:22 of the Hebrew Bible states Honor your father and your mother, so that

your days may long on the soil that the Lord your God has given you. that you shall honor your

parents, for it is a sin not to honor your parents, according to the Hebrew Bible. God shall strike

you down if you did not honor your parents. Your parents are the reason youre in this world, so

be respectful and give them honor, for you can be easily taken out of this world as easy as you

were put in this world, you have no reason not to honor them. Listen to your father, and do not

despise your mother for when she is old. states to not ignore your father, and do not hate your

mother when she is in her old age. Respect and love your parents.

Proverb 24:28 in the Hebrew Bible states You shall not bear false witness against your

fellow man. to not lie just to get someone in trouble. Always tell the truth. It also states Do not

testify against your neighbor without cause - would you use your mouth to mislead? Do not lie

in order to get someone in trouble. If someone was caught in the act by God, the person has

sinned and is now known as a sinner by God and their fellow man.

Proverb 23:24 in the Hebrew Bible states Honor your parents. They gave birth, cared,

and show affection towards you. There is no reason to disrespect your parents. Honor your

parents, even if they are deceased. The Ten Commandments also states The father of a righteous

child has great joy in a man whose father a wise son rejoices in him. that the child of a non
sinner father is very proud of his smart child. Your parents will always love, take care, and help

you in your time of need.

Proverb 23:22 relates to the Ten Commandments because the proverb talks about

honoring your parents . Proverb 24:28 relates to the Ten Commandments as well because it talks

about false blame against someone else. Proverb 23:24 relates to the Ten Commandments

because it, also talks about honoring your parents. All three proverbs are related to the Ten

Commandments in the Hebrew Bible. The three proverbs all reinforce some kind of aspect of the

ethical law of the ancient Hebrews. The Ten Commandments were given to Moses by God while

Moses was leading his people away from Egypt.