By Jonah Doctura | 2017
The Ten Commandments are abiding Laws for all people and not only given to the Hebrew people; all who would like to come into the commonwealth of Israel.
Some of the Torah Instructions Bible seem to apply only to specific times, places, and persons; but the Ten commandments have an abiding quality about them. They convey duties for everyone and reveal to us the basic morality required by YHWH.
While the Ten Commandments have universal validity, they are truly significant only when persons committed to the Elohim behind them. What makes Ten Commandments unique is the character of Elohim who gave them. Without the Father Almighty, the commandments lose their distinctiveness.
The entire tree gets its nourishment from the Roots, which is Yeshua. Everything starts with Yeshua and He is the One giving life.
The two pillars are mentioned it in the heart of the Torah: Deuteronomy 6:5 & Leviticus 19:18.
The Seven Laws of Noah is a set of moral rules that were given by YHWH as a binding set of Laws for the children of Noah, meaning all of humankind.
The first four commandments are related to one´s relationship with YHWH. The next six commandments have to do with human relationships (six being the number of man). It is important to note that right relationship with others follow being rightly related to YHWH.
His instructions were given to correct us, to protect us and to give us direction; obviously, to enable me to live a righteous and holy life that is acceptable to YHWH.
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