You shall not steal, neither deal falsely, neither lie one to another.
The illustrious Joseph Priestley tells us in his Memoir that he was influenced in his very earliest life by an act of his mother, who died when he was seven years old. He had returned from visiting his cousins, and had brought home a pin. "Where did you get that pin from, Joseph?" said his mother. "I brought it from my cousins'." "Then," she said, "it is not yours — take it back"; and he was gently and lovingly, yet firmly, made to take it back. So great was the impression made on his mind that afterwards not the smallest detail of wrong could he ever think of without being influenced by the recollection of that simple admonition. Such is the influence upon the young life of all that it sees. It is the tabula rasa on which you write your words and thoughts in the deeds that are yet to come.
Parallel VersesKJV: Ye shall not steal, neither deal falsely, neither lie one to another.