You shall not steal, neither deal falsely, neither lie one to another.
I remember some years ago, when living in a country town in Kent, the superintendent of our Sunday School saying: "We are to have an address this afternoon. Mr. Waters has asked to say a few words to us." True to hit promise he soon came into the chapel, and all eyes were on him. "My dear teachers, you often think you labour in vain, but it is not so; I want to encourage you this afternoon. This last week I have met with two circumstances which have pleased me much. One day I was in my shop, when a stone came through the window. I went to the door; there were a good many boys in the road; I called out, 'Who broke my window?' No answer. I then asked several of them, but all said, 'No, not me.' Just then a little lad stepped up and said, 'I am very sorry, sir, but I did it.' 'But how is it, my lad, that you own to it? Come in and tell me.' 'Sir, I go to the Sunday School, and I can't tell a lie.' Well done, John Rolfe, I have come here this afternoon to give you a shilling — not for breaking my window, no, no, but for speaking the truth, and practising what you hear."
Parallel VersesKJV: Ye shall not steal, neither deal falsely, neither lie one to another.