Coverdale(i) 39 Whan thy brother waxeth poore besyde the, and selleth himself vnto the, thou shalt not holde him as a bode ma: 40 but as an hyred seruaunte and as a soiourner shall he be wt the, and serue the vntyll ye yeare of Iubilye. 41 Then shal he departe lowse from the, & his childre with him, & shal returne to his awne kinred, and to his fathers possession: 42 for they are my seruauntes, whom I brought out of the londe of Egipte. Therfore shal they not be solde like bondmen. 43 And thou shalt not raigne ouer them with crueltie, but shalt feare thy God. 44 But yf thou wylt haue bode seruauntes and maydens, thou shalt bye them of the Heithen, that are rounde aboute you: 45 of the children of the soiourners and straungers amonge you, and of their generacions with you, and that are borne in youre londe, the same shal ye haue for bonde seruautes, 46 & shal possesse them, & youre children after you for an euerlastinge possession, these shalbe yor bondmen. But ouer youre brethren the children of Israel, there shall none of you raigne ouer another with crueltie.