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“Suppose there is a godly man
    who does what is fair and right.
And he does not eat at the mountain temples.
    He does not worship the statues of Israel’s gods.
He does not sleep with another man’s wife.
    He does not have sex with his own wife
    during her monthly period.
He does not treat anyone badly.
    Instead, he always returns things he takes
    to make sure loans are paid back.
He does not steal.
    Instead, he gives his food to hungry people.
    He provides clothes for those who are naked.

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“Suppose there is a righteous man
    who does what is just and right.
He does not eat at the mountain(A) shrines
    or look to the idols(B) of Israel.
He does not defile his neighbor’s wife
    or have sexual relations with a woman during her period.(C)
He does not oppress(D) anyone,
    but returns what he took in pledge(E) for a loan.
He does not commit robbery(F)
    but gives his food to the hungry(G)
    and provides clothing for the naked.(H)

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