Exodus20:3 You shall have no gods before God Almighty
Exodus20:4 You shall not make unto you any carved images
Exodus20:5 You shall not bow yourself down to anything or person nor serve them
Exodus20:7 You shall not take the Name of God in vain
Leviticus18:4 You shall do God Ordinances and Keep His Statues and walk therein
John15:12 Love one another
Exodus20:8 Remember the Sabbath Day to keep it Holy unto God
Exodus35:2 Six days shall work be done on the seventh day there shall be to you a Holy day a Sabbath Day of worship unto God
Exodus20:12 Honor your mother and father
Exodus20:13 You shall not kill
Exodus20:14 You shall not commit adultery
Mark10:11-12 Whosoever divorce their spouse and marries commits adultery
Matthew19:9 Whosoever shall divorce their spouse except it be for fornication and marries commits adultery and whosoever marries them commits fornication
1Corithians7:11 If a spouse divorces let them remain unmarried or reconciled
1Corithians7:2 Avoid fornication
Exodus20:15 You shall not steal
Exodus20:16 You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor
Exodus20:17 You shall not covet your neighbor's house, spouse nor anything that is your neighbor's
Romans12:17 You shall ot recompense to no one evil for evil
Leviticus18:6 You shall not approach unto anyone that is kin to uncover their nakedness
Leviticus18:19 You shall not approach unto a woman to uncover her nakedness as long as she is having her menstral cycle 7-10 days
Leviticus18:22 You shall not lie with you own kind, man or woman to defile yourself with them it is an abomination
Leviticus18:23 You shall not lie with any beast to defile yourself therewith
Leviticus19:26 You shall not eat anything that is uncooked with blood
Leviticus19:27 You shall not shave around your temples
Leviticus19:27 You shall not cut the corners of your beard
Leviticus19:28 You shall not make any cutting in your flesh for the dead
Leviticus19:28 You shall not tattoo any markings upon you
Leviticus19:29 You shall not prostitute your daughter to cause her to be a harlot or pimp your son or daughter
1Corithians7:34 There is a difference between married and unmarried. The unmarried cares for the things of God that they may be Holy both in body and in spirit and the married cares for the things of God and how they may please their spouse.
1Corithians14:2-5 for them that speaks in an unknown tongue speak not unto the people but unto God for no person understands but them that prophesies speak unto the people. Them that speak in an unknown tongue edifies themselves but them the prophesies edifies the church and God. Greater is they who prophecies than they who speak in tongue.
1Corithians14:37 If anyone thinks themselves to be a prophet, spiritual or religious let them acknowledge that the things that I write unto you are Commandments of God.
Which Ten Commandments: http://www.positiveatheism.org/crt/whichcom.htm
Protestant, Catholic or Hebrew?
They are confused, they will have idols and statues of their prophet but if anyone else does its wrong.
This is why the Muslims worship God only as the Light .
The original posting is confused. It's a hotch-potch of rules (statutes!) from the Old and New Testaments. And I've just noticed it's not just in the title he's made the typo. It occurs in the fourth item too:
"Leviticus18:4 You shall do God Ordinances and Keep His Statues and walk therein"
So now God has statues too?. Maybe the poster will come back and reveal all..
Nice one.The last great prophet Guru Nanak (some may say Bahá'u'lláh ) was also against idols and temple worship as man tends to worship the idol rather than the spirit in him which is in all human beings.Yet I see nothing wrong in respecting anything which is a representation of the divine.
Today you have the Gurudwaras and many statues of the prophet. Its fine. as long as you understand he is a representation of the divine which is also in you.
You guys are like moths to a light. I can't catch as many fish when I go fishing, as these posts "catch" you (all).
I love it!
Cast your net to the other side of the boat.
(Wasn't that once someone's advice?)
Hey - what did you think of my response on anger - or were you just fishing?
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