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Roles loans Don’t charge interest when you lend money to any of my people who are in need. Before sunset you must return any coat taken as security for a loan, because that is the only cover the poor have when they sleep at night. I am a merciful God, and when they call out to me, I will come to help them. Exodus 22:25-27 Credit encouraged, Instead, be kind and lend them what they need. Deuteronomy 15:8 When people ask you for something, give it to them. When they want to borrow money, lend it to them. Matthew 5:42 No interest charge to locals, When you lend money, food, or anything else to another Israelite, you are not allowed to charge interest. Roles loans You can charge a foreigner interest. But if you charge other Israelites interest, the Lord your God will not let you be successful in the land you are about to take. Deuteronomy 23:19-20 

Security for loan, debt, When you lend money to people, you are allowed to keep something of theirs as a guarantee that they will pay back the loan. Roles loans But don’t take one or both of their millstones, or else they may starve. They need these stones for grinding grain into flour to make bread. Deuteronomy 24:6 They cheat orphans and widows by taking their donkeys and oxen. Job 24:3 Cruel creditor’s demands, One day the widow of one of the Lord’s prophets said to Elisha, “You know that before my husband died, he was a follower of yours and a worshiper of the Lord. Roles loans  But he owed a man some money, and now that man is on his way to take my two sons as his slaves.” 2 Kings 4:1 Lender rules borrower, The poor are ruled by the rich, and those who borrow are slaves of moneylenders. Proverbs 22:7 Charging high interest, If you make money by charging high interest rates, you will lose it all to someone who cares for the poor. Proverbs 28:8 Shrewd settlement, A rich man once had a manager to take care of his business. But he was told that his manager was wasting money.

 Roles loans So the rich man called him in and said, “What is this I hear about you? Tell me what you have done! You are no longer going to work for me.” The manager said to himself, “What shall I do now that my master is going to fire me? I can’t dig ditches, and I’m ashamed to beg. I know what I’ll do, so that people will welcome me into their homes after I’ve lost my job.” Then one by one he called in the people who were in debt to his master. He asked the first one, “How much do you owe my master?” “A hundred barrels of olive oil,” the man answered. So the manager said, “Take your bill and sit down and quickly write ‘fifty’. ”The manager asked someone else who was in debt to his master, “How much do you owe?” “A thousand bushels of wheat,” the man replied. The manager said, “Take your bill and write ‘eight hundred’.” The master praised his dishonest manager for looking out for himself so well. That’s how it is! The people of this world look out for themselves better than the people who belong to the light. Luke 16:1-8

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