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Wisdom Pages...

The 7 Commandments of Noah

The 10 Commandments of Moses

"Great peace have they which love thy law, and nothing shall offend them." Psa 119:165

Biblical wisdom is practical, not theoretical,
and the wisdom is delivered from the point of view of a father to his children.
As opposed to, from a king to his servants.  
YAHWEH gave HIS instructions by communicating in simple candid language,
not veiled in technical terms.
Still true to this day, the children may not have liked it,
but they always knew exactly what the FATHER was communicating to them.
HE wants HIS children to grow, learn, and prosper.
The children are to do as their FATHER says, 
and show HIM the proper respect because HE is honorable.
Honor in the Bible is a two-way street,
if one is to be honored, then one must conduct himself honorably.
Our FATHER lives by an honorable example,
as opposed to the anti-GOD rulers’ point of view:
“Do not do as I do, but do as I say!” 
Click to learn more: Belief in GOD is NOT a Religion!
In our CREATOR'S universe, 
love is the power.
The original and greatest command,..
called the Rainbow Commandment,
comes from the Rainbow Covenant given to Noah:
Life is Sacred, 
Do Not Murder! (Gen.9:5-6)
From Noah,
 to Abraham,
 to Moses,
 to Yahshua-Jesus, 
the Divine message is the same...
Love your CREATOR,
and love your neighbor.
Matthew 22:36-40

 One must remember, most of the world lives under the Universal Rainbow / Noahic Covenant (Gen.9:1-17).  These basic human spiritual- rights in the Universal Covenant, govern a-l-l humanity, and they were also restated by Yahshua, and the Apostles ( Mat.13:24-30; Act.15:29).

In ancient times, these 7 commandments were called "The Noachide Laws."   They were preached by Noah which all people of the new world were required to follow. (Hebrew) 
1 - Do not murder (Shefichat damim).
2 - Do not steal or kidnap (Gezel).
3 - Do not worship false gods (Avodah zarah).
4 - Do not be sexually immoral (engage in incest, sodomy, bestiality, castration and adultery) (Gilui arayot).
5 - Do not utter GOD's name in vain, curse GOD, or pursue the occult (Birkat Hashem).  
6 - Set up righteous and honest courts, and apply fair justice in judging offenders, and uphold the principles of the last five (Dinim).  
7 - Do not eat the limb of an animal before it is killed (Ever Min HaChai).

The Seven Abominations - Proverbs 6:16-22

"These six things the LORD hates, Yes, seven are an abomination to Him:
A proud look, A lying tongue, Hands that shed innocent blood,
A heart that devises wicked plans, Feet that are swift in running to evil,
A false witness who speaks lies, And one who sows discord among brethren.
My son, keep your father's command, And do not forsake the law of your mother.
Bind them continually upon your heart; Tie them around your neck.
When you roam, they will lead you; When you sleep, they will keep you; 
And when you awake, they will speak with you."

If one applies themselves to the narrow path of the higher Covenants 
we learn from Moses and Yahshua...
YHWH’S Kingdom is an intergalactic republic (a society based on the equal rule of law), 
and its commerce system is a form of honest capitalism, not predatory capitalism. 
In the Kingdom, these supreme Ten Commands are the code of conduct
 in our relation with other people, nations, and even other worlds. 
 The Golden Rule is the keystone,
and these Commandments are the foundation stones of YAHWEH’S eternal Laws, 
they are everlasting (Ps.119:142), and they will endure forever (Ps.119:160).  


"If you love Me,
keep My commandments." - John 14:15

             Eternal life in the Kingdom means following the basic Kingdom Laws.  The Angels live by them, and so will we.  Yahshua plainly stated in the above verse, "... I say to you, till heaven and earth pass away, one jot or one tittle will by no means pass from the 'Law' till all is fulfilled.”  Which law was He talking about?  It was not the man-designed Jewish law, but the Law of the Heavens given to Moses. 

          Yahshua clearly warned: “... but if you want to enter into life, keep The Commandments,” Matthew 19:18.  It’s one of those no-brainer issues, let us quickly review the Ten Commandments.  They are first listed in order in the Old Testament (Exo.20:3-17) in the New Testament they are not listed in order but they are still there.  

Here is a good way to remember them: 
Scriptures say the Messiah sits on the right hand of YAHWEH. 
Picture the Messiah's left hand pointing to our CREATOR, 
and His right hand points to the earthly community, (Mar.16:19, Rev.5:7).
.... Hold up both hands, start with them closed,
begin with the left hand,
it serves our CREATOR and the Kingdom,
open the:
  First finger, Number-one, numero-uno: NO OTHER GODS..., Mat.4:10. 

   Second finger: NO IDOLS OR GRAVEN IMAGES...,1Jon.5:21; Act.17:29.

                   Third finger: KEEP HIS NAME HOLY..., 1Timothy 6:1. 

 Fourth finger: KEEP THE SABBATH HOLY..., Mark 2:27. 

  Thumb of left hand points to the right hand, which serves the   community: HONOR THY MOTHER AND FATHER..., Mat.19:19. 

Next is the right hand symbolizing the community Laws.
It begins with the biggie commandment, 
because it goes back to the Rainbow Covenant, 
the most important finger of the right hand:
  The thumb: NO MURDER...;  

First finger: NO ADULTERY...;
Second finger: NO STEALING...;
Third finger: NO LYING..., are all in Mat.19:18 and Rom.13:9. 
Fourth finger: NO COVETING..., Romans 7:7. 
The 11th commandment, made famous by US President Ronald Regan. 
Never speak ill of another believer, (Eph.4:30-32). 

in the Old Testament (Lev.19:18),
is carried over in the New Testament in Matthew 7:12.  

      Don't forget to...
 "... extend the right hand of fellowship." Gal.2:9

            There are also warnings of using a sharp tongue such as blasphemy or harsh speaking (Jam.3:5-6).  Evil speaking, such as backbiting, revile, defame, slander (2Cor.12:20).  Complainers or whiners are admonished for murmuring, grumbling and griping (1Cor.10:10).  

            The Apostle Paul called it fighting the good fight (1Tim.6:12), he meant fighting the spiritual forces of evil by keeping ones own body under subjection and not giving into evil by controlling ones appetites, lusts, desires, and doubts (1Cor.9:25-27).  Moderation is the Law (Phi.4:5).  

In the Bible, "woe" means great sorrow. 
And, it warns us,
Woe unto them :
that call evil good, and good evil; 
that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; 
that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!  
that are wise in their own eyes, 
and prudent in their own sight!
that are mighty to drink wine, 
and men of strength to mingle strong drink:
Which justify the wicked for reward, 
and take away the righteousness of the righteous from him!  
- Isaiah 5:20

"Finally, brethren, whatever things are true, 
whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, 
whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, 
if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy—
meditate on these things. 
... and the God of peace will be with you."
- Philippians 4:8

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