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God's Ten Commandants:
 

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0 - Introduction:

1 - God's Ten Commandments Law, and the Christian churches = (Pauline churches) = (Paul's theology)

 

2 - Are the Ten Commandments "Seven", "Ten", or "Twelve"?

 

2:1 - Does God revenge the children till the third and fourth generation and why? 

 

3 - Did Jesus add two more Commandments or He repeated the Commandments that existed in the law?

Is the Ten Commandments 10 or 12 commandments?

 

4 - Why God uses number twelve, seven, and ten.?

 

 

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Introduction:

 

Did Jesus abolish God's Law including the Ten Commandments trough his death on the cross? Jesus came to earth to fulfill the Law, not to abolish it. Jesus' death on the cross is the substitute for the sinís offering for the remission of our sins. Jesus didn't abolish the offering sacrifices, on the contrary, he insist that we should continue to offer sins' sacrifices through his death on the cross. Jesus said it during his last supper that his death is for remission of sins. It means the component of God's Law that concerns the sins' offerings still valid. The protestant church teaches according to Paul's epistles, not to Jesus' word. Paul admits that Jesus' abolished the entire Law of God through Moses, which entitles Christian to live lawlessly.

"Definitely, Paul is a false apostle"

 

Paul said: The Ten Commandments are vanished because of its weakness and unprofitable-ness therefore, for the law made nothing perfect. For the law brought nothing to perfection, but a bringing in of a better hope, by which we draw nigh to God, Hebrews 7:18 to 19.

Paul said: God's covenant has faults and therefore, it requires another covenant, Hebrews 8:7.

Paul said: For if that former had been faultless, there should not indeed a place have been sought for a second, Hebrews 8:7. [in different transitions]

Paul said: God's Law decays and grows old, is near its end, Hebrews 8:13.

Paul said: God's Law is old and ready to vanish away, Hebrews 8:13. [in different transitions]

 

 

God's Ten commandments are the title of His Law, which contains 613 components ="Mitzvot", Torah's Mitzvot. However, those 613 components were assembled by men, not by God because some of those commandments contain violent, which contradict God's Word.

 

The word that Jesus = (Yeshua) said on the cross "it is finished" doesn't mean God's Law is abolished.

For more information about the word, "it is finished" refer to page "Are we saved"

For more information about salvation, refer to page "Are we saved", false apostles, New heaven, Jesus' = (Yeshua) death

 

Godís peaceful Law achieves Love, unity, and peace; religions and violent doctrines cause divisions and wars

God's peaceful Law is obedience, not religion

Obey God's peaceful Law, not religion

Why the Torah and other religious books contain violent commandments? Should we obey them?

Jesus spoke peacefully about the Torah, why the Torah contains violent commandments to kill people?

God prohibits killing in His Ten Commandments, why Allah in the quran commands the muslims to fight those that don't believe in allah & Mohammed?

According to your religion: If you are worshipping god that commands you to kill sinners & those that don't follow him, it means you are worshipping bloody & violent god = Satan = Devil = Lucifer = Shaitan = Iblis. Why I am saying this?

Well, God the Creator doesn't need you to judge his people, he created them and he does not need you because you are one of his creations. You are weak, foolish, make mistakes and a SINNER. How a sinner can judge another sinner or a person. Since when the Creator needs his creature to help him to judge people or to get help for other things? Never. The god that commands you to kill or to fight people in your books is the devil = satan, not God the Creator that Jesus spoke of.

I base my saying according to Jesus' word. Jesus came for sinner to save them trough repentance, not to command people to kill each others. Jesus said: How could a blind lead another blind, both will fall in the ditch? Moreover, how a sinner could judge another sinner, both have sinned? When the Pharisees were stoning an adulterer woman, Jesus told them, anyone of you without sin, let him trough the first stone. Then, they stopped stoning the woman and left.  

Are there gods that have mighty power to judge and to create? No, there is one perfect and loving God only; He has power to create, judge through righteousness, He forgives through repentance; and He is the Creator of all. There are four different categories of people. The first category believes, worships, and obey God's the Creator. The second category invented its own gods ignorantly to worship. The third category doesnít believe in God's existence. The fourth category is about the ungodly that know God and deliberately reject Him for been righteous and peaceful. These ungodly people invited an imaginary god to deceive the people with and to achieve their politic and evil personal objectives.

 

God's Law is in the Ark of the Covenant in His temple in heaven to judge people accordingly, not for decoration. Don't depend on eternal security to obtain ďsalvationĒ as some churches teach. You can't obtain salvation without obeying God's Law. Salvation is a status that shall be obtained after passing God's judgment. You can't be saved while you still under temptation on this planet earth. For more information about salvation, refer to page "Are we saved".

 

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1 - God's Ten Commandments Law, and the Christian churches = Pauline's churches 

Jesus didn't abolish God's Law through his death on the cross, on the contrary, he fulfilled it. Jesus' death on the cross is the substitute for the sinís offering for the remission of our sins. Jesus did not mention that we shouldn't offer sacrifices any more. He said that His blood, which means his death, is for the remission of our sins. It means, we should offer it as a sin's offering to God the Father to obtain forgiveness. This component of God's Law still valid. 

 

 

God commands us in the Torah to love him first and to love our neighbors as our selves, and to honor our parents, Deuteronomy 6:5, Leviticus 19:18. Honoring parents was in the third status, and loving the neighbors, which include those that hate us and our enemies in the second status, and loving God is in the firs status. It is a great commandment. 

 

Jesus explained the meaning of Love in God's peaceful Law "Torah"; he commands us to love our neighbors "AS" our selves, the neighbors are all the people including the enemies, Matthew 22:36 to 39 .

 

The scripture reads: [17 Thou shall not hate thy brother in thy heart, but reprove him openly, lest thou incur sin through him. 18 Seek not revenge, nor be mindful of the injury of thy citizens. Thou shall love thy friend as thyself. I am the Lord, Leviticus 19:17 to 18.]

 The scripture reads: [37 Jesus = (Yeshua) said to him: Thou shall love the Lord thy God with thy whole heart, and with thy whole soul, and with thy whole mind. 38 This is the greatest and the first commandment. 39 And the second is like to this: Thou shall love thy neighbor as thyself. 40 On these two commandments "depend" the whole law and the prophets.

In some hoax translations, the word "depend" is replaced by (hang) or (abolish); it is irreverence. This scripture was twisted to abolish God's Law and to deceive the people. For more information, refer to page "Law"

However, God announced a similar commandment to the Hebrew people that he gave them the land of Canaan to refuge in it. In this commandment: God commands the Hebrew people to love the neighbors more than them selves. This commandment is similar but more difficult to obey than the one that Jesus commanded. The commandment "Loving your neighbor "AS" thyself" is in the Torah also. However, for the Hebrew that refuge in the land of Canaan must love the Canaanite neighbors "MORE" than them selves. It is obvious that the Hebrew must love the Canaanites more than themselves because God permitted them to overwhelm that land and to refuge in it. God commanded the Hebrew people to love the strangers that are in the land of Canaan also because the land of Canaan doesn't belong to the Hebrew people, it belongs to the Canaanites.

God's commandments to the Israelites are different than Jesus' commandments to his followers. Jesus commands us to love our God from all our hearts and from our entire minds and to love our neighbor AS our selves, Mark 12:31.

 

God commanded the Israelites to love their neighbors MORE than themselves.

 

Godís Word to His Chosen People reads: [THE STRANGER THAT IS WITH YOU SHALL GET UP ABOVE YOU VERY HIGH AND YOU SHALL COME DOWN VERY LOW, Deuteronomy 28:43.]

 

It means that the Hebrew people should love all mankind more than they should love themselves.

 

I am asking the Jews if the are obeying God's commandments. To keep your chosen privilege, you must obey God's commandments. If you don't, you lose this privilege and you shall be judged.

The Lord God announced the Ten Commandments to Moses. The Ten Commandments are not the only Commandments that we shall obey. The Ten Commandments are the resume of God's Law that is in the Torah. There are 613 components = "Mitzvot" in God's Law that we must obey. Torah's Mitzvot

However, those 613 components were assembled and edited by men, not by God; because some of those commandments contain violent, which contradict God's Word. For more information about the Torah and the bible, refer to page "Ishmael and Isaac".

 

God's Ten Commandments according to God's Word in  the book of Exodus:

And the Lord came down upon mount Sinai, in the very top of the mount, and he called Moses unto the top thereof. And when he was gone up thither, Exodus 19:20.

1 And the Lord spoke all these words:

2 I am the Lord thy God, who brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage.

3 (First) Thou shall not have strange gods before me. Exodus 20:3

4 (Second) Thou shall not make to thyself a graven thing, nor the likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or in the earth beneath, nor of those things that are in the waters under the earth.

5 Thou shall not adore them, nor serve them: I am the Lord thy God, mighty, jealous, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children, unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me:

6 And showing mercy unto thousands to them that love me, and keep my commandments. Exodus 20:4 to 6

7 (Third) Thou shall not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain: for the Lord will not hold him guiltless that shall take the name of the Lord his God in vain. Exodus 20:7

 

 

8 (Fourth) Remember that thou keep holy the Sabbath day. Exodus 20:8 to 9

9 Six days shall thou labor, and shall do all thy works.

10 But on the Seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord thy God: thou shall do no work on it, thou nor thy son, nor thy daughter, nor thy manservant, nor thy maidservant, nor thy beast, nor the stranger that is within thy gates.

11 For in six days the Lord made heaven and earth, and the sea, and all things that are in them, and rested on the Seventh day: therefore the Lord blessed the Seventh day, and sanctified it.

12 (Fifth) Honor thy father and thy mother, that thou may be long lived upon the land which the Lord thy God will give thee.  Exodus 20:12

13 (Sixth) Thou shall not kill. Exodus 20:13

14 (Seventh) Thou shall not commit adultery. Exodus 20:14

15 (Eighth) Thou shall not steal. Exodus 20:15 Exodus 20:15

16 (Ninth) Thou shall not bear false witness against thy neighbor. Exodus 20:16

17 (Tenth) Thou shall not covet thy neighbor's house: neither shall thou desire his wife, nor his servant, nor his handmaid, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor any thing that is his. Exodus 20:17

18 And all the people saw the voices and the flames, and the sound of the trumpet, and the mount smoking: and being terrified and struck with fear, they stood afar off,

19 Saying to Moses: Speak thou to us, and we will hear: let not the Lord speak to us, lest we die.

20 And Moses said to the people: Fear not: for God is come to prove you, and that the dread of him might be in you, and you should not sin.

21 And the people stood afar off. But Moses went to the dark cloud wherein God was.

22 And the Lord said to Moses: Thus shall thou say to the children of Israel: You have seen that I have spoken to you from heaven.

 

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Subsection of God's Ten commandments  

1 - YOU SHALL HAVE NO OTHER GOD BEFORE ME, Exodus 20:3.

2 - YOU SHALL NOT MAKE UNTO YOU ANY GRAVEN IMAGE; YOU SHOULD LOVE ME AND KEEP MY COMMANDMENT, Exodus 20:4 to 6.

3 - YOU SHALL NOT TAKE THE NAME OF THE LORD YOUR GOD IN VEINS, Exodus 20:7.

4 - REMEMBER THE SABBATH (SATURDAY) TO KEEP IT HOLY, Exodus 20:8 to 9.

5 - HONOR YOUR FATHER AND YOUR MOTHER, THAT YOUR DAYS MAY BE LONG, Exodus 20:12.

6 - YOU SHALL NOT KILL, Exodus 20:13.

7 - YOU SHALL NOT COMMIT ADULTERY, Exodus 20:14.

8 - YOU SHALL NOT STEAL, Exodus 20:15.

9 - YOU SHALL NOT BEAR FALSE WITNESS, Exodus 20:16.

10 - YOU SHALL NOT COVET YOUR NEIGHBORS HOUSE YOU SHALL NOT COVET YOUR NEIGHBORS WIFE, NOR HIS MANSERVANT, NOR HIS MAIDSERVANT, NOR HIS OX, NOR HIS ASS, NOR ANY THING THAT IS YOUR NEIGHBORíS, Exodus 20:17

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2 - Are the Ten Commandments "Seven", "Ten", or "Twelve" Commandments?

 

God doesn't make mistake, biblically, the Ten Commandments are Ten Commandments. However, Jesus spoke of two commandments that the prophets and the Law depend on. If we add these two commandments, the Ten Commandments become twelve commandments. However, these two commandments are in the Ten Commandments, which is to love and obey God and not to transgress your neighbor. Therefore, the Ten Commandments or the number ten is unique number in Godís Word. Biblically, number three, seven, and twelve are mentioned more often than any numbers in the bible. However, Jesus had quoted seven commandments in his ministry instead Ten. Why Jesus didnít mention the other three commandments?

For more information, refer to page ďIshmael and IsaacĒ.

 

 

God announced His Ten Commandments including His Law to the people to insure righteous and safe world. In these commandments, God commands us to love Him from all our hearts and from all our minds and to love our neighbors and to honor our parents also, Exodus 20:1 to 18.

 

Loving our neighbors is greater commandment than loving our parents. It says: love thy neighbors, and the other commandment says: honor thy parents.

 

In God's Ten Commandments from the sixth to the tenth commands us to love our neighbors.

 

Notice that God commands us to LOVE our neighbors and to HONOR our parents, which make us wonder; why God wants us to love our neighbors more than loving our parents? Jesus = (Yeshua) answered this question, he said that the neighbor is your enemy and all mankind, the neighbor isn't the people next-door from your home only. Jesus = (Yeshua) says: Love, bless, and pray for your enemies. For God makes his sun rises on the evil and on the good, and sends rain on the just and on the unjust, Matthew 5:38 to 46. Loving people that are related to us is not the love that Jesus = (Yeshua) spoke about.

 

Jesus = (Yeshua) says: [For if you love them that love you, what reward shall you have? Do not even the publicans do this? And if you salute your brethren only, what do you more? Do not also the heathens do this? Be you therefore perfect, as also your heavenly Father is perfect, Matthew 5:46 to 48.]

Animals love other animals that are related to hem also. God curses the people that disobey His Law; He curses their properties, incomes, and get them ills with all kind of diseases, Deuteronomy 28:15 to 68.

 

If you don't obey God's Law, God shall curse you with all kinds of pestilences. However, God is Love, how could He do that? Well, there is a limit for everything. God has to eliminate evil people from this planet and prohibits them to be in His kingdom. In according to keep His kingdom pure from sinful people and to protect the innocent; God have to destroy evil people. God gives chances many times and sends warnings through His prophets and His angels. The people that deny these warnings shall be condemned. It is very simple and very clear.

 

(Love your enemy, is not in the Ten Commandments, but it is in the Law) "Love your neighbor as thy self is the same as love your enemy". The scripture reads: [17 Thou shall not hate thy brother in thy heart, but reprove him openly, lest thou incur sin through him. 18 Seek not revenge, nor be mindful of the injury of thy citizens. Thou shall love thy friend as thyself. I am the Lord, Leviticus 19:17 to 18.]

 

Love your enemy is mentioned by Jesus, he said:  

 44 But I say to you, Love your enemies: do good to them that hate you: and pray for them that despitefully use you and persecute you:
 45 That you may be the children of your Father who is in heaven, who makes his sun to rise upon the good, and bad, and rains upon the just and the unjust.
 46 For if you love them that love you, what reward shall you have? even the publicans do this?
 47 And if you salute your brethren only, what do you more? do not also the heathens do this?
 48 Be you therefore perfect, as also your heavenly Father is perfect,
Matthew 5:44 to 48.
 

 

Jesus clarified the meaning of LOVE, he commanded us to love our neighbors, the neighbors are everybody "including the enemies", as our selves.

However, there is a greater commandment than loving the neighbor as thy self in the Torah also. God did command the children of Israel to do so.

 

It says: [love the strangers more than thy selves.]

 

God Said: If you do NOT observe my Commandments and my statutes that I commanded, you CURSE shall come upon you. Deuteronomy 28:15

Jesus quoted a scripture of God's Word from Leviticus: [Love your God from all your heart and from your entire mind and love your neighbor as thyself. All the Law and the Prophets depend on these two commandments, Matthew 22:36 to 39.

God's Word in Leviticus: [15 Thou shalt not do that which is unjust, nor judge unjustly. Respect not the person of the poor, nor honour the countenance of the mighty. But judge thy neighbour according to justice. 16 Thou shalt not be a detractor nor a whisperer among the people. Thou shalt not stand against the blood of thy neighbour. I am the Lord. 17 Thou shalt not hate thy brother in thy heart, but reprove him openly, lest thou incur sin through him. 18 Seek not revenge, nor be mindful of the injury of thy citizens. Thou shalt love thy friend as thyself. I am the Lord, Leviticus 19:15 to 18.]

However, God announced a similar commandment to the Hebrew people that he gave them the land of Canaan to refuge in it. In this commandment: God commands the Hebrew people to love the neighbors more than them selves, Deuteronomy 28:43. This commandment is similar but more difficult to obey than the one that Jesus commanded in Matthew 22:36 to 39 and of what God commanded in Leviticus 19:15 to 18. The commandment "Love your neighbor "AS" thyself" is in the Torah also. However, for the Hebrew that refuge in the land of Canaan must love the Canaanite neighbors "MORE" than them selves. It is obvious that the Hebrew must love the Canaanites more than themselves because God permitted them to overwhelm that land and to refuge in it. God commanded the Hebrew people to love the strangers that are in the land of Canaan also because the land of Canaan doesn't belong to the Hebrew people, it belongs to the Canaanites.

 

God's commandments to the Israelites are different than Jesus' commandments to his followers. Jesus commands us to love our God from all our hearts and from our entire minds and to love our neighbor AS our selves, Mark 12:31.

 

God commanded the Israelites to love their neighbors MORE than themselves.

 

Godís Word to His Chosen People reads: [THE STRANGER THAT IS WITH YOU SHALL GET UP ABOVE YOU VERY HIGH AND YOU SHALL COME DOWN VERY LOW, Deuteronomy 28:43.]

 

It means that the Hebrew people should love all mankind more than they should love themselves.

 

I am asking the Jews if the are obeying God's commandments. To keep your chosen privilege, you must obey God's commandments. If you don't, you lose this privilege and you shall be judged.

 

For more information, refer to Chosen People page.

 

For more information about why God had different commandments "violent and peaceful" to the Jews and to the world, refer to page "Ishmael and Isaac".

 

Moses permitted divorce, Jesus condemns it. Jesus fulfilled the law; he didn't abolish or added to the law. He explained God's Law and he prohibited divorce because God said in the Torah that he hates divorce. God allowed Moses to give written divorce because of their hardener of their hearts "temporary". God from the beginning gave one Law in the Garden of Eden to Adam and his women.

 

However; God gradually added to His Law and never remove from it. Jesus said: [Godís Law remains till heaven and earth disappear, Matthew 5: 17 to 19.]

 

How about tooth for tooth and eye for eye? It is not in the law that God announced to Moses, Jesus said: "it says", he didn't say: ďit is in the lawĒ. Jesus commanded them to love their enemies instead. Therefore, Jesus was the fulfillment of the law by replacing the sinís offering through his death on the cross. Jesus' death on the cross was not to abolish God's Law; it is the substitute of the sinís offering. This component of the law is active through Judaism and the righteous and the lawful Christian congregations. The Lord's Supper is the law of sin offering, which indicate that God's Law was not abolished, it is applicable till the end, it is when heaven and earth will disappear. Then God shall make new heaven and new earth for the righteous people where the law is no more needed, Revelation 21:1 to 27, Revelation 22:1 to 17, Jeremiah 31:31 to 36. (Note: Jeremiah is (Jeremias)

 

 

Did heaven and earth disappear? No, So, OBEY God's Law.

 

(Love thy God from all your heart and from your entire mind, and Love your neighbor as your self, is in the Ten Commandments in different dialogue), it is in Godís Law of the Torah, and in Jesus' Commandments. The Ten Commandments concern God and the neighbor; therefore, "love thy neighbor" is not mentioned in separate commandment.

 

(God tells us in the Ten Commandments, you shall have no other gods before me, which commands to love God from all your hearts and from all your minds)

The bible tells us that Jesus came to fulfill God's Law, not to abolish it. If Jesus didn't abolish God's Law WHY YOU DID? Lawless and sinful world.

It is true that Jesus spoke of these two commandments, which are: "love thy God from all your heart and the second is to love thy neighbors as your self", Matthew 22: 37 to 40. God announced His Law to Moses and Jesus came to fulfill it. Jesus spoke of two Commandments that already existed in the law that God announce to Moses. However, do the Ten Commandments become twelve instead ten? In reality, they are ten as God announced to Moses.

 

God doesn't make mistake, these two Commandments are the resume of 613 components = "Mitzvot" of Godís Law ďTorahĒ that God announced to Moses. Torah's Mitzvot

 

However, those 613 components were assembled and edited by men, not by God; because some of those commandments contain violent, which contradict God's Word. For more information about the Torah and the bible, refer to page "Ishmael and Isaac".

 

Some religious people are deceived through hoax translations. It says that the two Commandments that Jesus spoke of "abolish" or "hang" the Law and the prophets. However, originally, it says that the Law and the prophets "depend" on these two commandments, not "hang" or "abolish".

 

Jesus fulfilled the law by his death on the cross, he didnít abolish it. Jesus' death on the cross is the substitute for the sinís offering, which is for the remission of our sins. Jesus did not say that we should not offer sacrifices any more. He said that His blood, which means his death, is for the remission of our sins.

 

On the contrary, Jesus confirms the sacrifice offering because he said that his death is the sacrifice offering for the remission of our sins. It means that this component of God's Law is valid. 

 

Jesus did not state that His sacrifice was offered once for all. God's Law still applicable and we should obey it fully, but the meted to offer the sins' sacrifices was substituted by Jesus' death on the cross. This component of Godís Law wasnít abolished; the offering meted was substituted by Jesusí death on the cross. Saved person is not supposed to commit any sin, but if this person falls in sin, he/she must repent, and must claim Jesusí blood that was shed on the cross to God the Father to obtain forgiveness. Jesus' death is not insuring your salvations while you are flourishing in sin "after been saved". In reality, "saved" status doesn't exist on this planet earth. It is for people that already saved in God's Kingdom.

 

Are we taking advantage of God's grace? For more information, refer to page ďare we savedĒ or ďSavedĒ

Some religious groups as the protestants teach that sinners are saved through Jesus' death once for all; they don't have to claim his death more than one time. Even if they transgress, their salvation is insured by the eternal security, which is the security blanket of Jesus Christ. This ideology is considered abomination to God's Word and encouraging the people to flourish in sin. We loose salvation if we are flourishing in sin even if we are saved. Saved status exist only in heaven, you canít be saved while you still under temptation on this planet earth. Many prophets sinned and transgressed God after He blessed them and trusted them with His precious Word. IF Godís Prophets and some of Jesus' disciples transgressed, it means that it is very possible that we may backslide. Therefore, saved status is applicable on people that passed Godís judgment after resurrection.

 

Jesus symbolized the fruit of the vine (wine) as his blood and the bread as his body. He told his disciples to do it in remembrance of him and to offer it for the remission of our sins. The bread and the fruit of the vine were on the table during that time because it was the tradition for Passover. Jesus used it that night as his blood and his body. Jesus didnít abolish Passoverís celebration and the Law of God.

 

Jesus Christ is the Passover Lamb that was offered in Egypt; therefore, Jesus said that the wine and the bread of Passover are his blood and his body.

 

Some Catholic Churches believe that the Lordís Supper is Passover, and some don't. The catholic church uses it as an offering for the remission of sins. However, some protestant Churches use it as remembrance of Jesus death only. They donít believe in repenting or offering Jesus blood as a sinís offering when a person transgress after have been saved. The protestant church baptizes the believers; they allow them to repent one time only during baptism. They donít oblige them to repent a second time if they ever fall in sin after baptism, because they are considered "saved" = ďalready in heavenĒ after baptism. It means, this person doesn't have to claim Jesus' death for the remission of sin because this person is saved and his/her salvation can't be removed even in transgression. I repeat, it is abomination and transgression to God and His Law. Some protestant churches have the Lordís Supper once every month. Some protestant churches don't take the Lordís Supper or remember it at all.

 

For more information about God's Law and the Ten Commandments, refer to following column number 2:1.

For more information the violent commandments in the Torah, refer to page "Ishmael and Isaac", and page "Crimes in the name of God"

 

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2:1 Does God revenge the children till the third and fourth generation and why? 

 

The passage of the Second commandment reads: [Thou shall not make to thyself a graven thing, nor the likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or in the earth beneath, nor of those things that are in the waters under the earth.

5 Thou shall not adore them, nor serve them: I am the Lord thy God, mighty, jealous, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children, unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me:

6 And showing mercy unto thousands to them that love me, and keep my commandments]. Exodus 20:4 to 6

 

We all know God is Love and impossible for God to judge anyone irrationally.

If we all agree about this statement, it means we need an answer for the second commandment of the Ten Commandments. How could God judge the children if their fathers had sinned in previous generations?

If God going to judge the children according to their father's works, it means Salomon shouldn't be judged according to his rebellious by marrying 700 ungodly women because his father David was righteous. However, his father wasn't righteous either because he commanded to kill his commander's wife to marry her after. It means none is good and righteous in God and Jesus' sight. Jesus said: none is good, God is. According to the second commandment, all human races should be condemned to hell because all fathers had sinned.

Jesus did mention seven commandments, not ten. Jesus refused to accept that the children are punished according to their fathers' deeds. If my father is righteous and shall be in God's kingdom, I should be also even if I am flourishing in sin. I don't this theory either.

 

Jesus said: [1 And Jesus = (Yeshua) passing by, saw a man, who was blind from his birth: 2 And his disciples asked him: Rabbi, who hath sinned, this man, or his parents, that he should be born blind? 3 Jesus = (Yeshua) answered: Neither hath this man sinned, nor his parents; but that the works of God should be made manifest in him. John 9:1 to 3

 

God's Word through His prophet Ezekiel: [1 And the word of the Lord came to me, saying: What is the meaning? 2 That you use among you this parable as a proverb in the land of Israel, saying: The fathers have eaten sour grapes, and the teeth of the children are set on edge. 3 As I live, says the Lord God, this parable shall be no more to you a proverb in Israel. 4 Behold all souls are mine: as the soul of the father, so also the soul of the son is mine: the soul that sins, the same shall die. Ezekiel 18:1 to 4

God's Word through Ezekiel contradicts Moses' word through God's Ten Commandments. We all know God doesn't make mistakes. Man could err and fall in sin. However, did Moses err or Ezekiel? The Ten Commandments were written by God's finger, they weren't announced verbally or through inspiration. Jesus refused to accept such judgment; it means there is mystery behind this commandment. Biblically, Moses broke the first table of the Ten Commandments and he had to go up to the mountain to receive another. What happened then?

 

For more information, refer to page "Ishmael and Isaac", and page "Crimes in the name of God"

 

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3 - Did Jesus add two more Commandments or He repeated the Commandments that existed in the law?

Are the Ten Commandments 7 - 10 - or 12 commandments?

 

Since Adam in the Garden of Eden, God gradually added to His Law and never removed from it.

 

We don't know why the Ten Commandments were written on two stone tables. We don't know if Moses was allowed to break the first tow stone tables that God wrote. Did God write seven or Ten Commandments? For more information, refer to page "Ishmael and Isaac"

 

The Lord God announced His Ten Commandments to Moses. The Ten Commandments are not the only Commandments that we shall obey. The Ten Commandments are the resume of God's Law that is in the Torah. There are 613 components = "Mitzvot" in God's Law that we must be obeyed. Torah's Mitzvot

 

However, those 613 components were assembled and edited by man, not by God; because some of those commandments contain violent, which contradict God's Word. For more information, refer to page "Ishmael and Isaac"

 

The eight commandments of the Ten Commandments are the title of 611 plus the two commandments that are in the beginning of the Ten Commandments make them 613 commandments. God's Word is coded in the Torah by numbers and dialogues. Number 10 is used only for the Ten Commandments. We don't know why God wrote Ten Commandments instead seven, eighth, or twelve.

 

"Love thy God from all thy heart, it is mentioned in Matthew 22:27 to 39. It is the same as the first commandment [YOU SHALL HAVE NO OTHER GOD BEFORE ME, Exodus 20:3. ]

 

Jesus spoke about God's six commandments in this chapter. Jesus spoke about the Sabbath resting days as commandment also in Mark 22:27, which makes his commandments to seven. The passage in Matthew 22:27 to 39 is the same as Matthew 19:17 to 19.

 

It means there are three commandments left from the Ten Commandments that Jesus didn't mention about. In reality, Jesus spoke about them in those commandments. However, those commandments are not mentioned by Jesus as they are written in the Ten Commanmdnets.

 

Example:

YOU SHALL NOT MAKE UNTO YOU ANY GRAVEN IMAGE; YOU SHOULD LOVE ME AND KEEP MY COMMANDMENT, Exodus 20:4 to 6 is in Matthew 19:17

YOU SHALL NOT TAKE THE NAME OF THE LORD YOUR GOD IN VEINS, Exodus 20:7 is in Matthew 22:37

YOU SHALL NOT COVET YOUR NEIGHBORS HOUSE, Exodus 20:17 is in Matthew 19:19.

 

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Passages, Jesus speaking about God's Ten Commandments:

Jesus says: 17 Who said to him: Why asketh thou me concerning good? One is good, God. But if thou wilt enter into life, keep the commandments. 18 He said to him: Which? And Jesus = (Yeshua) said: Thou shalt do no murder, Thou shalt not commit adultery, Thou shalt not steal, Thou shalt not bear false witness. 19 Honour thy father and thy mother: and, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself, Matthew 19:17 to 19.

Jesus says: [37 Jesus = (Yeshua) said to him: Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with thy whole heart, and with thy whole soul, and with thy whole mind. 38 This is the greatest and the first commandment. 39 And the second is like to this: Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. Matthew 22:37 to 39]

 Jesus says: [How much better is a man than a sheep? Therefore, it lawful to do a good deed on the Sabbath days, Matthew 12:12.]

 Jesus says: [27 And he said to them: The Sabbath was made for man, and not man for the Sabbath. 28 Therefore the Son of man is Lord of the Sabbath also. Mark 2:27 to 28]

 

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Usually number twelve is mentioned many times in the Torah and in Jesus' Gospel.

It is true that Jesus gave two commandments; however, those commandments are included in the Torah.  The scripture says: (Love thy God first and the second is as the first, love thy neighbor "AS" your self). Most of the people love their neighbors and their relatives. However, Jesus commands us to love them "AS" our selves, which means equally 'the same".

 

Jesus = (Yeshua) explains the actual meaning of "love": [46 For if you love them that love you, what reward shall you have? even the publicans do this? 47 And if you salute your brethren only, what do you more? do not also the heathens do this? 48 Be you therefore perfect, as also your heavenly Father is perfect,] Matthew 5:46 to 48.

 

Jesus said that the prophets and the Law depend on theses two commandments, which are the greatest commandments of the law. Jesus didn't say that these two commandments replace the law. Some hoax translation as the king James bible twisted the scripture. They twisted the scripture: they placed: (with these two commandments depend the prophets and the Law) instead (with these two commandments hang the prophets and the Law).

 

Nevertheless, if we presume that the scripture meant to abolish God's Law through these two commandments no one on this planet earth could love his neighbor as himself. The word "as" means "the same" "equally". It is possible that some people do exist in such faith and obedience, but I didn't meet any yet. Do you give half of you properties, moneys, and foods to your neighbors? Do you love your neighbor equally as you love yourself and your family? Do you give to the poor half the amount of your new valuable goods (not old and left over) that you have to the house of the Lord God? Usually, people give useless goods, broken, or left over food to the poor or to the house of the Lord God. The people usually keep all their moneys, the most recent goods, the fresh food for themselves, and what it is left and useless, they give to the poor and to the house of the Lord God. Do you consider yourselves righteous?

 

Do you call this action loving God and your neighbor as your self? NO, it is not. Therefore, you must obey God's Law in full and stop deceiving yourself and the world, and you must love thy neighbor as your self. Jesus says: [17 Who said to him: Why ask thou me concerning good? One is good, God. But if thou wilt enter into life, keep the commandments. 18 He said to him: Which? And Jesus = (Yeshua) said: Thou shall do no murder, Thou shall not commit adultery, Thou shall not steal, Thou shall not bear false witness. 19 Honor thy father and thy mother: and, Thou shall love thy neighbor as thyself,] Matthew 19:17 to 19.

"Loving our neighbors the same as our selves" means that we must share with them all what we have "equally". Example: food, moneys, properties, joy, miseries, etc... ARE YOU SHARING EVERYTHING WITH YOUR NEIGHBORS? Jesus said that you must obey the commandments and love your God and your neighbor as your self to have eternal life, Matthew 19:17 to 19, if you don't you shall be condemned.

 

Therefore, it is easier for us to obey God's Law than to abolish it. Loving God and our neighbor doesn't abolish God's Law. Jesus said that these two commandments the prophets & the law depend on.

 

Jesus = (Yeshua) explains the actual meaning of "love": [46 For if you love them that love you, what reward shall you have? even the publicans do this? 47 And if you salute your brethren only, what do you more? do not also the heathens do this? 48 Be you therefore perfect, as also your heavenly Father is perfect,] Matthew 5:46 to 48.

 

Godís commands us to obey His Law to ensure safe world and to make us seek perfection in according to obtain salvation to inherit His kingdom. Example: if you live in deserted island where God and people don't exist; then, you donít need the law because you are alone. Therefore, you must obey Godís Law for your relation with God and your neighbors.

Return to the actual meaning of the scripture, which says; obey God's Law in full to inherit the kingdom of heaven. Jesus says: no one removes one jot of the Law till heaven and earth disappear. I am sure you still on the same earth and under the same heaven, which means, you must obey God's Law in full.

 

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4 - Why God uses number twelve, seven, and ten.?

 

God uses always number 12 and 8, and number 7 for justification, repetition, exceed number and foundations, and sanctification. Number (42) and number (one third) 1/3, such numbers are used for destruction and catastrophic events. Notice that from the beginning, God made the light and gave the earth its form, and He based the year by four seasons and divided by 12 months and divides the week into 7 days according to certain calendar. God created earth and heavens in six days and rested on the seventh day (7) He rested and commanded us to rest on that day also, which is Sabbath day (Saturday). God gave Jacob 12 sons and divides Israel to 12 tribes according to Jacobís sons. Jesus also chooses 12 disciples. And when Jesus fed 5000 persons he had in the basket 5 loaves of bread and 2 fishes, total of number 7, and after they ate the picked 12 baskets of breadcrumbs. The crown of Mary the mother of Jesus has 12 stars as it is mention in the book of Revelation 12:1. The New Jerusalem that shall ascend from heaven after the end of this world shall have 12 foundations according to the 12 disciples of Jesus, and has also twelve doors according to the tribes of Israel Revelation 21:1 to 27. And in Jesus' second return to earth He shall be with 144 thousands men, 12 thousands from each tribe of the 12 tribes of Israel will make a total of 144 thousands men to destroy the wicked kings and the beast 666. God commands to use 12 stones to build an altar. However, is the Ten Commandments 10 or 12 commandments? God doesn't make mistake, He gave ten Commandments and they remain ten, Jesus clarify two commandments that already exist in the law because the people asked him about the "greatest" commandments of the law. They didn't say (what is the "new" Commandment of the law). It means that these two commandments are already included in God's Law. And if we notice carefully that the Ten Commandments in full are already in God's Law of the Torah.

 

For more information, refer to page ďare we savedĒ or ďSavedĒ or "Law" or "False apostles"

 

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