אם לא שלח ידו. יורה כי ונקרב בעל הבית שבועה היא לפני הדיינין. על כן אחריו על כל דבר פשע שפשע הנשבע. ור' ישועה אמר כי פשע הוא שיצא מרשותו. כמו אז תפשע אדום מתחת יד יהודה. והנה על כל דבר פשע כולל הבא אחריו. וכל דבר שיצא מרשות הבעלים בין שנגנב בין שאבדה וכחש בה ולא הודה: WHETHER HE HAVE NOT PUT HIS HAND UNTO HIS NEIGHBOR’S GOODS. This indicates that then the master of the house shall come near unto God refers to an oath sworn before judges.24Whether he have not put his hand unto his neighbor’s goods indicates an oath; i.e., then the master of the house shall come near unto God…[and shall swear] whether he have not put his hand unto his neighbor’s goods. So too Rashi. Hence, For every matter of trespass (v. 8) follows. This means that the one who swore sinned.25That is, swore falsely (see Rashi). Since the previous verse deals with an oath taken by the bailee, the verse that follows deals with instances where the bailee commits perjury. Rabbi Joshua says that pesha (trespass) means that it went out of the owner’s possession, as in “Then did Edom revolt from under the hand of Judah.”26There is no such verse. II Kings 8:22 literally reads: “Yet Edom revolted from under the hand of Judah…Then did Libnah revolt at the same time.” I.E. probably quoted from memory and erred. (II Kings 8:22). For every matter of trespass (v. 8) includes everything that follows27That is, oxen, asses, sheep, or raiment. and everything28Else. that passes out of the owner’s possession,29I.E.’s paraphrase, For every manner of trespass. whether stolen30This is implied in every manner of trespass. or lost,31Explicitly mentioned in our verse. with the finder denying and not admitting that he found it.