For the Lord your God is God of gods[1] and Lord of lords, the great God, strong in power and greatly to be feared, who has no respect for any man’s position and takes no rewards: Judging uprightly in the cause of thewidow and of the child who has no father, and giving food and clothing in his mercy to the man from a strange country. So be kind to the man from a strange country who is living among you, for you yourselves were living in a strange country in the land of Egypt. Let the fear of the Lord your God be before you, give him worship and be true to him at all times, taking your oaths in his name. (Deuteronomy, 10:17-20)



[1]. Ie., God of those also whom people regard as gods. (Compiler)