Saturday, May 15, 2010

The Forbidden Commandments

These are the perpetual laws of YHVH G-d, King and Creator of the Universe;
 meaning everlasting and never ending.
(Exodus 20, Deut. 5)

The Decalogue as it is called,was spoken to the Israelites, and written on tablets of stone during the Exodus. But actually, these laws were in existence, since The Beginning. YHVH is Eternal, thus His Word is, also.
During the Exodus, the Israelites were given these commands. It was then, that the covenant between G-d and His people had begun, and is now completed through Adoneinu Y'shua, the Son of G-d.

That being said, Y'shua came to fulfill the Law, and not destroy it. Thus, these laws are perpetual. They were written on tablets of stone and now, YHVH promises to write them on the hearts of men.

Today, these words have been outlawed by men and forbidden by governments and the likes. You can't find these words, these 10 commandments, (which sums up the Law of Love), anywhere in public view; not in schools, nor courthouses, nor homes, and not even in most churches. The government has separated Church and State and has forbidden the display of YHVH's commands to the public eye.

If people cannot see or hear G-d's words, then how can He write them in their hearts?

These commands teach us two basic commands. You shall love YHVH, your G-d with all your heart, mind, soul and strength and love your neighbor as you love yourself. (Deut 6:5, Lev 19:18)

These are the same commands that Y'shua gave in the Renewed Covenant (New Testament)
 in Mark 12:29-31

Hear O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is one. And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind and with all your strength. This is the first commandment. And the second is like it, is this: You shall love your neighbour as yourself. There is no greater commandment than these.

Thus we can say that the 10 commandments sum up the Law of Love; love for G-d and your neighbor. Since the Laws of G-d represent love, then what will happen to a nation, a people, a church, a school , a government without them. The opposite of love is hatred.

Thanks for blogging with us. May YHVH richly bless you.
For more on this topic, read The Greatest Commandment: You Shall Love The Lord Your God

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