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613 Mitzvot

Times and Seasons, Dietary Laws, Business Practices, Employees, Servants and Slaves

Each mitzvah is color coded, green indicates the commandments that should still be followed, Yellow indicates ceremonial law that applies to Jews, and can be followed by Gentile G-d Fearers, Orange indicates the commandment can no longer be followed.  No highlight indicates it is subject to debate. 

Times and Seasons

  1. That the new month shall be solemnly proclaimed as holy, and the months and years shall be calculated by the Supreme Court only (Ex. 12:2)
  2. Not to travel on Shabbat outside the limits of one's place of residence (Ex. 16:29)
  3. To sanctify Shabbat (Ex. 20:8).
  4. Not to do work on Shabbat (Ex. 20:10).
  5. To rest on Shabbat (Ex. 23:12; 34:21).
  6. To celebrate the festivals [Passover, Shavu'ot and Sukkot] (Ex. 23:14) .
  7. To rejoice on the festivals (Deut. 16:14).
  8. To appear in the Sanctuary on the festivals (Deut. 16:16).
  9. To remove chametz on the Eve of Passover (Ex. 12:15).
  10. To rest on the first day of Passover (Ex. 12:16; Lev. 23:7).
  11. Not to do work on the first day of Passover (Ex. 12:16; Lev. 23:6-7).
  12. To rest on the seventh day of Passover (Ex. 12:16; Lev. 23:8).
  13. Not to do work on the seventh day of Passover (Ex. 12:16; Lev. 23:8).
  14. To eat matzah on the first night of Passover (Ex. 12:18).
  15. That no chametz be in the Israelite's possession during Passover (Ex. 12:19).
  16. Not to eat any food containing chametz on Passover (Ex. 12:20).
  17. Not to eat chametz on Passover (Ex. 13:3).
  18. That chametz shall not be seen in an Israelite's home during Passover (Ex. 13:7).
  19. To discuss the departure from Egypt on the first night of Passover (Ex. 13:8).
  20. Not to eat chametz after mid-day on the fourteenth of Nissan (Deut. 16:3).
  21. To count forty-nine days from the time of the cutting of the Omer (first sheaves of the barley harvest) (Lev. 23:15).
  22. To rest on Shavu'ot (Lev. 23:21).
  23. Not to do work on the Shavu'ot (Lev. 23:21).
  24. To rest on Rosh Hashanah (Lev. 23:24).
  25. Not to do work on Rosh Hashanah (Lev. 23:25).
  26. To hear the sound of the shofar on Rosh Hashanah (Num. 29:1).
  27. To fast on Yom Kippur (Lev. 23:27).
  28. Not to eat or drink on Yom Kippur (Lev. 23:29).
  29. Not to do work on Yom Kippur (Lev. 23:31).
  30. To rest on the Yom Kippur (Lev. 23:32).
  31. To rest on the first day of Sukkot (Lev. 23:35).
  32. Not to do work on the first day of Sukkot (Lev. 23:35).
  33. To rest on the eighth day of Sukkot (Shemini Atzeret) (Lev. 23:36).
  34. Not to do work on the eighth day of Sukkot (Shemini Atzeret) (Lev. 23:36).
  35. To take during Sukkot a palm branch and the other three plants (Lev. 23:40).
  36. To dwell in booths seven days during Sukkot (Lev. 23:42).

Dietary Laws

  1. To examine the marks in cattle (so as to distinguish the clean from the unclean) (Lev. 11:2).
  2. Not to eat the flesh of unclean beasts (Lev. 11:4).
  3. To examine the marks in fishes (so as to distinguish the clean from the unclean (Lev. 11:9).
  4. Not to eat unclean fish (Lev. 11:11).
  5. To examine the marks in fowl, so as to distinguish the clean from the unclean (Deut. 14:11).
  6. Not to eat unclean fowl (Lev. 11:13).
  7. To examine the marks in locusts, so as to distinguish the clean from the unclean (Lev. 11:21).
  8. Not to eat a worm found in fruit (Lev. 11:41).
  9. Not to eat of things that creep upon the earth (Lev. 11:41-42).
  10. Not to eat any vermin of the earth (Lev. 11:44).
  11. Not to eat things that swarm in the water (Lev. 11:43 and 46).
  12. Not to eat of winged insects (Deut. 14:19).
  13. Not to eat the flesh of a beast that is terefah (lit torn) (Ex. 22:30).
  14. Not to eat the flesh of a beast that died of itself (Deut. 14:21).
  15. To slay cattle, deer and fowl according to the laws of shechitah if their flesh is to be eaten (Deut. 12:21) ("as I have commanded" in this verse refers to the technique).
  16. Not to eat a limb removed from a living beast (Deut. 12:23).
  17. Not to slaughter an animal and its young on the same day (Lev. 22:28).
  18. Not to take the mother-bird with the young (Deut. 22:6).
  19. To set the mother-bird free when taking the nest (Deut. 22:6-7).
  20. Not to eat the flesh of an ox that was condemned to be stoned (Ex. 21:28).
  21. Not to boil meat with milk (Ex. 23:19).
  22. Not to eat flesh with milk (Ex. 34:26) (according to the Talmud, this passage is a distinct prohibition from the one in Ex. 23:19).
  23. Not to eat the of the thigh-vein which shrank (Gen. 32:33).
  24. Not to eat chelev (tallow-fat) (Lev. 7:23).
  25. Not to eat blood (Lev. 7:26).
  26. To cover the blood of undomesticated animals (deer, etc.) and of fowl that have been killed (Lev. 17:13).
  27. Not to eat or drink like a glutton or a drunkard (not to rebel against father or mother) (Lev. 19:26; Deut. 21:20).

Business Practices

  1. Not to do wrong in buying or selling (Lev. 25:14).
  2. Not to make a loan to an Israelite on interest (Lev. 25:37).
  3. Not to borrow on interest (Deut. 23:20) (because this would cause the lender to sin).
  4. Not to take part in any usurious transaction between borrower and lender, neither as a surety, nor as a witness, nor as a writer of the bond for them (Ex. 22:24).
  5. To lend to a poor person (Ex. 22:24) (even though the passage says "if you lend" it is understood as obligatory).
  6. Not to demand from a poor man repayment of his debt, when the creditor knows that he cannot pay, nor press him (Ex. 22:24).
  7. Not to take in pledge utensils used in preparing food (Deut. 24:6).
  8. Not to exact a pledge from a debtor by force (Deut. 24:10).
  9. Not to keep the pledge from its owner at the time when he needs it (Deut. 24:12).
  10. To return a pledge to its owner (Deut. 24:13).
  11. Not to take a pledge from a widow (Deut. 24:17).
  12. Not to commit fraud in measuring (Lev. 19:35).
  13. To ensure that scales and weights are correct (Lev. 19:36).
  14. Not to possess inaccurate measures and weights (Deut. 25:13-14).

Employees, Servants and Slaves

  1. Not to delay payment of a hired man's wages (Lev. 19:13).
  2. That the hired laborer shall be permitted to eat of the produce he is reaping (Deut. 23:25-26).
  3. That the hired laborer shall not take more than he can eat (Deut. 23:25).
  4. That a hired laborer shall not eat produce that is not being harvested (Deut. 23:26).
  5. To pay wages to the hired man at the due time (Deut. 24:15).
  6. To deal judicially with the Hebrew bondman in accordance with the laws appertaining to him (Ex. 21:2-6).
  7. Not to compel the Hebrew servant to do the work of a slave (Lev. 25:39).
  8. Not to sell a Hebrew servant as a slave (Lev. 25:42).
  9. Not to treat a Hebrew servant rigorously (Lev. 25:43).
  10. Not to permit a gentile to treat harshly a Hebrew bondman sold to him (Lev. 25:53).
  11. Not to send away a Hebrew bondman servant empty handed, when he is freed from service (Deut. 15:13).
  12. To bestow liberal gifts upon the Hebrew bondsman (at the end of his term of service), and the same should be done to a Hebrew bondwoman (Deut. 15:14).
  13. To redeem a Hebrew maid-servant (Ex. 21:8).
  14. Not to sell a Hebrew maid-servant to another person (Ex. 21:8).
  15. To espouse a Hebrew maid-servant (Ex. 21:8-9).
  16. To keep the Canaanite slave forever (Lev. 25:46).
  17. Not to surrender a slave, who has fled to the land of Israel, to his owner who lives outside Palestine (Deut. 23:16).
  18. Not to wrong such a slave (Deut. 23:17).
  19. Not to muzzle a beast, while it is working in produce which it can eat and enjoy (Deut. 25:4).
 
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