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Obeying the Commandments of Christ

Updated on May 30, 2017

There are many who say they follow Christ, but how do we know if they are following him?

How do we know if we are truly following him?

We may have our religious rituals and traditions that we are fond of, attend religious institutional buildings called church and conform to their templates, but do any of these things necessitate following Christ?

How do we really know if we are a friend of Christ who is our mediator to the Father?

There are countless teachers and preachers with their many religious wares that are supposedly pointing us on how to attain God. Many have unloaded their wallets and purses only to find that their destination has really been a merry-go-round of striving after human devised plans and agendas that are far removed from the precepts of Christ. What is called ‘truth’ today points to a Christ of man’s own making as they deem themselves the purveyors of truth locked into the bondages of the lenses of their own doctrines. They are so sure of themselves as they point to their elite religious authority figures as they are deemed the roadmaps to the Kingdom. You can be sure that they point to great kingdoms, but it is not the Kingdom of God.

Many religious flavors
Many religious flavors

In the world today, there is just about any religious flavour you can choose from to please the palette and each of these flavours teach that their own brand is the only means of attaining God. All the religious denominations, factions and sects are pots calling the kettles black as the indoctrination of blind guides sear the masses with their doctrines that say they follow Christ, but in the end always points back to their own religious name brands and ministries.

Social media is a good example where there are countless advertisements and marketing tactics used to lure people into the fold. Most people have no ability to post something of themselves, but simply parrot someone else that points to a ministry that desires the monetary.

The following theme in this article will reveal how we can discern between a true follower of Christ and the counterfeit. Most who say they follow Christ are liars because they do not obey his commands.

This may sound harsh, but this is the reality of the great deception in our world today.

Does Christ lead you?
Does Christ lead you?

Do you Know Christ; Do you Follow Him?

It really boils down what we know about Christ along with his teachings and commands.

How can we say we know Christ and are his friend if we do not know his words?

You are my friends if you do what I command you. – John 15:14

How can we say we follow Christ, but do not allow him to lead us?

“Can a blind man lead a blind man? Will they not both fall into a pit? – Luke 6:39

How can we say that we love God’s word, but we don’t do what Christ has commanded us to do?

“If you love me, you will keep my commandments. – John 14:15

It is a sad state in our religious world today because everything points everywhere except to Christ.

There are countless unsuspecting people who have been converted to the views of religious men, but it is not Christ. However, there is one test that we can use on ourselves and others that is really quite simple to see what is the epitome of what it means to follow Christ.

Whoever has my commandments and keeps them, he it is who loves me. And he who loves me will be loved by my Father, and I will love him and manifest myself to him.” – John 14:21

It really can be summed up in this verse; however, many have no clue what Christ’s commands are. From Genesis to Revelation there are many commands, but Christ’s commands are exactly what they are; they are his.

The wide road, or the narrow path?
The wide road, or the narrow path?

Separating the Genuine from the Counterfeit

This following verse shows how we are able to separate the genuine from the counterfeit.

“If anyone loves me, he will keep my word, and my Father will love him, and we will come to him and make our home with him. Whoever does not love me does not keep my words. And the word that you hear is not mine but the Father’s who sent me. – John 14:23-24

What it all comes down to is what doctrines and commandments you are going to obey. We must rid ourselves of all the noise of self-appointed religious leaders and their minions that parrot their own doctrines by keeping the commandments of their elite religious gurus and sages. The passages in John could not be any plainer showing that we must not only believe the commandments of Christ, but obey them also.

Most within the counterfeit church system do neither as their example are not of Christ, but always pointing to someone else and their ministry.

Those among the early ekklesia as attested in the New Testament were genuine followers of Christ. They were admonished not follow after the teachings of religious men with their laws and traditions.

We should easily be able to differentiate from those who bring remembrance to the teaching and commandments of Christ and those who do not, but that is dependent on whether we know the words of Christ.

And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers. – Acts 2:42

Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly – Colossians 3:16

For to this you have been called, because Christ also suffered for you, leaving you an example, so that you might follow in his steps. – 1 Peter 2:21

It is imperative that we take heed and consider these Scripture verses that have been written to point us to walking in the way of Christ because it is also the way to the Father.

The one who rejects me and does not receive my words has a judge; the word that I have spoken will judge him on the last day. – John 12:48

We must reject traditions and doctrines that are taught as if they are Christ’s commands. The words we live by will be how we will be judged by them.

Are we learning, growing and maturing in Christ, or is it about someone or something else?

If we take a look at ourselves in the mirror, what is evident in our daily lives?

Do you see Christ, or an indoctrinated minion?

Are you walking down the wide road, or are you on the narrow one?

Many today know of Christ and like to associate with him. Lip service is the preferred choice of many today. They know of Christ, but do not know him. They claim to abide by his commands, but rather they obey the commands and traditions of men because they know no better.

“‘This people honors me with their lips, but their heart is far from me; in vain do they worship me, teaching as doctrines the commandments of men.’ – Mark 7:6

sewing seeds
sewing seeds

The Seeds of the New Covenant

If we believe in the new covenant through Christ, we will point to the laws and commands that were given to Christ to his followers from his Father.

The point of Christ’s death and resurrection was that we too could become ministers of the new covenant where the fulfillment of the law would manifest in our lives as well. Having the spirit of Christ is about amplifying the moral laws of God. The reason we have law of Christ written on our hearts is because of the veil being rent by what Christ has done. The unveiling of God’s plan through Christ was not about abolishing God’s eternal moral universal laws, but was about bringing in a new covenant that would heighten our understanding of the Kingdom of God.

Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. – Matthew 6:7

The Kingdom of God was unveiled through Christ and the evidence of it are all those who would walk as he walked pointing to the Kingdom also. This is what the Gospel is all about.

Those who walk with Christ will learn from the spirit of Christ where his ways will be etched on our hearts. The lifestyle, teaching and commands of Christ are imperative if we desire to bring more of the Kingdom on earth. Many of the commands of Christ are his interpretation of Scripture where he would use it to expose and counter the religious institutions of his day. It is the same today as many despise the teaching and commands of Christ and desire to have their own commands, interpretations and traditions of what it means to attain God.

Most of the world knows of Christ, but they are missing and lacking the core principles of the Kingdom of God because they have sidelined the genuine Christ for one of their own making.

If we were to seek first the Kingdom of God, we would find the core principles, guidelines and commands that point to how mankind can be one in spirit with the Father. The cause and effect of the laws we follow will have bearing of our path in our world today, but also in the next. This is the important factor to consider in who or what is shaping our destiny in both the physical and the spiritual.

Christ taught us how we can farm the field of this world so that we become the seeds that produce a fruitful harvest, but it depends on our diligence in coming to understand what it means to seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness. This comes by allowing Christ to work the soil of our own hearts as we become seeds of the new covenant.

The doctrine of Christ is in direct opposition to the institutional church system today and the way of the world, just as it was back in the time of the apostles.

And when they had brought them, they set them before the council. And the high priest questioned them, saying, “We strictly charged you not to teach in this name, yet here you have filled Jerusalem with your teaching – Acts 5:27-28

When we keep the commands of Christ, there will come great blessing and others will take notice. Christ said the God will reveal Himself (John 14:21), purify (John 17:17) and dwell within us (John 14:23). His Son will become our friend (John 15:14) and we will receive the love of God (John 15:10) and will genuinely be able to love (agape) others (1 John 5:2) with the love of Christ. Our prayers will be answered (1 John 3:22) and we will find true joy (John 15:11), hope and peace (John 16:33).

The way of Christ is about worshipping God in spirit and in truth that gives us the ability to bear fruit. It is about letting the Holy Spirit to take control in our lives where we abide in the words of Christ bringing forth the fruit of the Spirit. We then become partakers of the divine nature just as Christ partook also. This is the only way of obtaining victory in our own lives.

The lack of the fundamental teaching of Christ is an epidemic today. Most pick some and choose to ignore others. To walk the narrow way as Christ walked, we will have to come face to face with making a decision on whether we choose to follow them or not. If we say we love Christ, then we will obey him. If we obey him, we will have the love of both the Father and the Son.

The Commands of Christ

What are the commands of Christ?

That is up to you to find them for yourself and read over the words of Christ to understand the principles of the Kingdom of God found in Scripture with the help of the Holy Spirit.

Christ stated,

And he said to him, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the great and first commandment. And a second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself. On these two commandments depend all the Law and the Prophets.” – Matthew 22:37-40

Christ fulfilled these words in his example. In his commands, the eternal moral laws of God still fully apply today, just as they were in place long before the events of Sinai.

Yahweh, your word is settled in heaven forever. – Psalm 119:89

Are you partaking of Christ’s commands?

The Fifty Commands of Christ

The following is a fifty-point statement summarizing, but is not an exhaustive list of Christ’s commands.

Jesus answered him, "Those who love me will do what I say. My Father will love them, and we will go to them and make our home with them. – John 14:23

The Exhaustive List: Commands of Christ

Here is a more exhaustive list for your perusal.

Let us search for, peruse and understand what it means to be a follower of Christ.

Do you obey the commands of Christ, or the commands of religious men?

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    • Jay C OBrien profile image

      Jay C OBrien 

      13 months ago from Houston, TX USA

      My God is at Peace within Himself and with others because of the teachings of Jesus. Any story depicting God as violent, jealous or a warrior/killer is due to the low-mindedness of the author.

      Do any of you believe God is violent, jealous or a warrior?

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      Rich Kelley 

      13 months ago from The Ekklesia

      "Not my God"

      My and self, it would seem have no room for THE God. The truth of personal feelings is so subjective that there is no absolute. The best part about your God is it can be anything you want, as long as you ignore scripture. It would seem you are not a disciple of Jesus so I'll leave you to your beliefs.

    • celafoe profile image


      13 months ago from From Kingdom of God living on Planet earth in between the oceans

      Then it is time for you to take your false god and your false doctrines elsewhere, this is a place discussing Jesus and His Father the Real God that created ALL THAT EXISTS ON THE EARTH.

      Get you out of here satan

    • Jay C OBrien profile image

      Jay C OBrien 

      13 months ago from Houston, TX USA

      Not my God.

      My God is at Peace within Himself and with others.

    • celafoe profile image


      13 months ago from From Kingdom of God living on Planet earth in between the oceans

      jco-- again you show you inability to understand God and what He will and will not do. Your use of the word "accepting" in relationship to God is total ignorance of who God is and what He will and will not do. God accepts nothing that does not line up with His word, not bibles, not doctrines of man, NOTHING but scripture. The word "accepting" appears one time in scripture and it has nothing to do with God, it says the martyrs did not accept betraying him to live.

      God will destroy in the lake of fire at judgment, ALL whose name is not in the book. As it was in the days of Noah--when GOD HIMSELF DESTROYED EVERY LIVING CREATURE on the face of the earth except Noah and his family. And it was God Himself that destroyed every firstborn in the land that did not follow all the rules set for their deliverance and also have the blood of the lamb on the lintels. it was God who destroyed ALL in sodom and gamorrah. And many others.

      Here is just one scripture to confirm my words and there are hundreds more.

      Deut 7:16 16 Also you shall destroy all the peoples whom the Lord your God delivers over to you; your eye shall have no pity on them; nor shall you serve their gods, for that will be a snare to you.

      You are clearly a son of man and not a son of God as scripture says His have His Spirit. His Spirit that was sent to teach us ALL TRUTH, of which you know not.

      You are as deceived as any man can be.

      Repent of your false doctrines and be born again before it is too late

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      Rich Kelley 

      13 months ago from The Ekklesia

      Job 12:14 "Behold, He tears down, and it cannot be rebuilt; He imprisons a man, and there can be no release.

      Deuteronomy 9:3 "Know therefore today that it is the LORD your God who is crossing over before you as a consuming fire. He will destroy them and He will subdue them before you, so that you may drive them out and destroy them quickly, just as the LORD has spoken to you.

      Jeremiah 15:6 "You who have forsaken Me," declares the LORD, "You keep going backward. So I will stretch out My hand against you and destroy you; I am tired of relenting!

      1Corinthians 3:17 If any man destroys the temple of God, God will destroy him, for the temple of God is holy, and that is what you are.

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      Jay C OBrien 

      13 months ago from Houston, TX USA

      God has always been Peaceful, Loving and Accepting. It is Man's understanding which has changed, Not God. God has never commanded or condoned violence among humankind. The Lord did Not fight for Israel.

    • celafoe profile image


      13 months ago from From Kingdom of God living on Planet earth in between the oceans

      sorry sheila but you do not understand scripture about the law. the 10 commandments were given to Moses along with the law and it was ONLY TO Israel and only until a MAN, Jesus, would come an fulfill them all. He came , check the 4 gospels for His birth, beginning , He fulfilled ALL. He closed the age of the law. He brought a new law that of Mercy and forgiveness instead of harsh punishment with NO chance of forgiveness. He brought in a new and final age of man. EVERYTHING was NEW. He gave us new laws even more stringent than the law, The law was finished. NO day is esteemed above another now, all days are equal. We are to honor Him every day. All men are equal, there is no more clergy (all that submit fully to Christ) are part of the royal priesthood . The Holy Spirit is here to teach all truth.

      Gone are special saturday, clergy, death for many acts (only one way to get death now, by rejecting Christ) . Now The opportunity for ALL to receive eternal life is here.

      We have no part of the law, we have Jesus. In fact scripture says if you follow even one part of the law then you must be judged by the law, not by Jesus, so you would never have the opportunity for entering eternity. We have the Holy Spirit and those that FULLY SUBMIT to Jesus, are baptized in water and the Holy Spirit become sons of God, the only people that will enter the final kingdom of God, eternity.

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      Sheila Craan 

      13 months ago from Florida

      Following Christ also means adhearing to the 10 commandments.

      It saddens me to see so many churches keeping Sunday as the Lord's Sabbath instead of the 7th day of the week or Saturday.

      God santified the 7th day as a day of rest for mankind and hallowed it. Jesus came to fulfill the Mosaic Law and did not change it.

      We are to love God with all our heart, soul, and mind.

      We must worship God the way He desires to be worshipped.

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      Rich Kelley 

      17 months ago from The Ekklesia

      Do not condemn

      Soldiers not warriors

      Some soldiers were questioning him, saying, "And what about us, what shall we do?" And he said to them, "Do not take money from anyone by force, or accuse anyone falsely, and be content with your wages." Luke 3:14

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      Jay C OBrien 

      17 months ago from Houston, TX USA

      Do what Jesus said to do:

      Do unto others as you would have others do unto you.

      Love one another.

      Do not condemn.

      Love your enemy.

      We are all One Human family. Place God over country and do not fight at all. National boundaries are for convenience, not conflict. Warriors generally get killed or suffer from PTSD. Love Human Kind over your country.

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      Rich Kelley 

      17 months ago from The Ekklesia


      No I don't believe we should be running around murdering people, on that I agree with you. You will always have your understanding because of the love your enemy scripture. When our understanding of the love your enemy scripture is correct, it will not conflict with what John told the soldier. The scripture doesn't say the terrorist asked John, it says the soldier. You have built a house of cards that topples with one conversation between a soldier and John.

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      Jay C OBrien 

      17 months ago from Houston, TX USA

      Well, I just do not believe we should go around killing people. Do you? We should not train people to kill either. To train people to kill is Terrorism.

      Scripture? Jesus said, "Love your enemy," condemn Not. Stop teaching people to condemn others to death.

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      Rich Kelley 

      17 months ago from The Ekklesia


      I don't believe I misunderstood you at all, but thanks for that consideration. I have given you scripture that talks about soldiers and that scripture refutes your understanding. My law enforcement background or lack there of has nothing to do with any of this. The scripture not your theory is what matters.

      Some soldiers were questioning him, saying, "And what about us, what shall we do?" And he said to them, "Do not take money from anyone by force, or accuse anyone falsely, and be content with your wages." Luke 3:14

      It should be easier to believe John than the story you have convinced yourself of. Perhaps in time you will.

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      Jay C OBrien 

      17 months ago from Houston, TX USA

      Perhaps you misunderstand. Soldiers are civilians who are trained to kill on command of another person based on an idea a certain Group is an enemy. This is wrong because we should not kill based on someone else's command and we should not group people together and call them an enemy. That is Prejudice.

      Peace Officers are taught to arrest without harm using the least amount of force possible. Peace Officers make decisions about individuals, not groups.

      I am a retired Peace Officer and see the distinction. I taught the Use of Force course. What is your background in law enforcement? How do you know what is taught?

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      Rich Kelley 

      17 months ago from The Ekklesia

      Nice exhaustive list, going to spend some time there.

      Thank you


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      Rich Kelley 

      17 months ago from The Ekklesia


      Luke 3:14 Likewise the soldiers asked him, saying, "And what shall we do?" So he said to them, "Do not intimidate anyone or accuse falsely, and be content with your wages."

      Not a whole lot of religion in the above scripture but you can be sure it was all the answer God intended the soldier to have. Nothing else need be said to rationalize some other belief one might have about people In the military.

      I suspect the love your enemies scripture has you confuse. Lots of different loves out there and you want to have one that tells the soldier mentioned in scripture above what John told him is wrong. Something for you and scripture to work out.

      Some how a Cop is ok but a soldier isn't. Both have been trained to and will kill if needed.

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      Jay C OBrien 

      17 months ago from Houston, TX USA

      11. Love your enemies... Matt. 5:44.

      So, soldiers in the military are disobeying Jesus.

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      Jay C OBrien 

      18 months ago from Houston, TX USA

      Where to begin?

      1. PlanksandNails, you are right there is a difference between killing and murder. Killing is causing death or serious injury to another. It is a result.

      Murder is the intentional harming of another person which causes serious bodily injury or death. Intent is important in murder.

      Soldiers have the intent to kill their enemies because they are trained to do so. Why are they trained to kill? Soldiers are taught to be hired killers. I disagree with the training itself. Soldiers are taught to give up their Freewill and follow the orders of a, "superior." Is the "superior" actually directing the soldier correctly? I believe the USA should not have gotten involved in WWI, Korea, Vietnam or Iraq. Who said they were Our enemies? Do not blindly follow a "superior" who tells you to kill people.

      Peace Officers, however never go on shift with the intent to kill. Peace Officers are taught to use the Least Amount of Force to effect an arrest. Sometimes things go wrong, which is a pity, but Peace Officers are Never trained in advance to Kill the Enemy. Let us progress from Warrior thinking to Peace Officer thinking.

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      18 months ago from From Kingdom of God living on Planet earth in between the oceans

      Amen brother , and when He returns He will bring judgement without mercy and from which there is no forgiveness and they will have no one but themselves to blame. They that go into the fire for destruction this time will not find a Savior in there with them and the fire will destroy them because they refused Him and did not believe they needed his forgiveness when they had the opportunity. That is the completed work of the flesh of man, his destruction.

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      18 months ago from those of the Ecclesia

      PandN- Outstanding message for all to read. I am happy to see more and more of the Kingdom of God message go out into all the world . We need to continue.

      Thank you for writing this article and God bless.

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      18 months ago

      JC Obrien,

      I believe there is a difference between killing and murder. The context of 'thou shall not kill' is about unjustified killing, which is murder. However, there are times when force is necessary to defend a hostile aggressor and to protect the innocent. It comes down to the motives and the intent. I don't believe killing and murder (the intentional killing without cause) are synonymous terms.

      It is true Christ said that we are to 'love our enemies' and it follows that we are to pray, forgive and have mercy on them.

      Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. - 1 Corinthians 13:4-7

      If we truly love our enemies it may follow that we’ll refuse to kill our enemy, but it could also mean we may die at their hands also.

      To many this sounds radically insane, but this is what Christ did.

      If we claim to follow Christ, then some of us may have to actually die at the hands of our enemies like he did because he loved them. Christ saw the bigger picture and knew that he had to die at his enemies hands so that they would have the potential to find everlasting life.

      His sacrifice for the world is the example of love showing that he knew the intrinsic value of all humans.

      Christ humbled himself and loved his enemies, but when he returns as King of kings and Lord of lords it will be different than the time he endured the mockery of men who put him to death. When he comes again, his justice will prevail for he will rule the nations with a rod of iron. He came as the Lamb of God, but will come again as a Lion.

      The religious leaders in Christ's day shouted, 'He saved others, but he can’t save himself!' This was Christ's humility in his love for others. Although he was despised and rejected, he will one day return in power and glory to bring justice to the nations.

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      Jay C OBrien 

      18 months ago from Houston, TX USA

      11. Love your enemies... Matt. 5:44.

      This does not mean, "Kill your enemies."

      So, are soldiers in the military disobeying Jesus?

    • celafoe profile image


      18 months ago from From Kingdom of God living on Planet earth in between the oceans

      Amen another home run


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