Is the Commandments of God a law to be enforce ?
We have the ten commandments and of course there many more listed and we have Christ's Beatitudes.....or is they all dealing within the word Faith?
- PaulLv 72 months ago
Yes, the Ten Commandments sum up the Law of God. They are to be our code of morality. Our faith in God is what allows us to accept and embrace His Commandments, and to make them our guide in life.
- PieroLv 72 months ago
These "commandments" brought back to the tribe by a starved and hallucinating sheep herder, really don't have any legal standing. Faith is the lack of fact. Again no legal standing.
- keyjonaLv 72 months ago
30. And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength: this is the first commandment.
31. And the second is like, namely this, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. There is none other commandment greater than these.
Christ in essence fulfilled all commandments with 2 verses.
Fulfil means to complete, correct, adjust, or whatever necessary to make perfectly right.
God's WORD never changes: The same Gospel was taught by ADAM, MELCHIZEDEK, JESUS, and SIMON PETER BARJONA. During an independent Nation/Church as Israel once was, CHURCH and Government were combined; so GOSPEL and LAW was combined. Christ fulfilled the Law by placing God's Law (GOSPEL) under the Apostles and Moses law (government) under the Pharisees. Moses had combined Kingdom Law with government: Today, government is under the control of government officials where the Health Dept. regulates food laws.
Christ fixed Moses' mess, then Paul comes along and messes it up again.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Mosaic Law is in force .. in heaven as on earth !!!
Due to diff religious beliefs , its not wise for a ctry to enforce christianity on non believers .
I love the Law .. its a wonderful way of life .
No one can stop another fm living by the Law !!! Fact .
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- MalcolmLv 72 months ago
"Where there is no law there is no transgression." Romans 4.
- 2 months ago
Of course! If they have been done by God, one must remind others that sins are not admitted by God!
The 10 commandments are in the book of Exodus, chapter 20, of the Holy Bible.
- Ernest SLv 72 months ago
Do you not have the New Testament?
There's a clue in the Title.
- SnowbirdLv 62 months ago
Jesus Christ came and only gave us two commandments because if we keep those, we will have automatically kept all the others; - how? by love, that's how. If we LOVE the Lord our God with all our heart, soul, mind and strength we won't want to disappoint Him by stealing or murdering or committing adultery, etc...... and if we LOVE our neighbour as ourself, then, of course, we won't steal from them, or commit adultery with their spouse, or murder them, etc...........
So make sure you keep the TWO commandments Jesus gave us (Matthew 22: 37 - 40) by loving God and your neighbour all the time and always doing the other things Jesus commanded - which are "LOVE your enemies, BLESS those who curse you, DO GOOD TO those who hate you, and PRAY FOR those who spitefully use you and persecute you" (Matthew 5:44) and always FORGIVE your enemies (Matthew 6: 12, 14 & 15), then you can't go wrong, and if EVERYONE did these things even when we don't feel like it, the world would be a much better, nicer and less evil place
- tentofieldLv 72 months ago
Jesus gave us just two commandments and said there were none more important. Mark 12: 28-31. It is such a pity that so many of those who call themselves Christian completely ignore the second commandment to love your neighbour as yourself.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Some like murder and theft are.