Commandments of Love
Commandments of Love:
Within the walls of these commandments is the ability to be free.
When Adam and Eve fell they lost for all of us a vital connection with Father God. Without this connection there was no way of knowing He is the Father and that we are all sisters and brothers. It is the god (fear) of this world that blinds us. The camouflage for fear is PRIDE. Now it is fear that governs us. Fear is the opposite of love. From the time Eve and Adam hid themselves from Father God in the Garden of Eden so long ago until now, every move we have made has been to hide (protect) self. We must understand that there is no freedom in Fear.
(1) thou shalt have no other gods before me.
The Father is not trying to make you love him, but rather He is letting you know He created you and He is the one that loves you. He alone is the source of your life. The Father knew that there would be counterfeits around. Simply because there are those that think they know better than Father God. They nor believe or want to follow Him, so they created or create there own gods. There are those that follow without understanding this, there is only ONE true God. This one’s for you.
(2) thou shalt not worship no other god.
Why would you give another god praise for loving you enough to wake you up, for providing for you and most of all keeping you alive. The Father is simply giving you direction and truth.
(3) thou shalt not take the lords name in vain.
The Father is warning you not to disrespect Him or He will spank you.
(4) remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.
Remember family time, yes it existed from the very beginning. This time is set aside for you to get to know the Father and one another.
(5) Honour thy father and mother
Your parents are an extension of the Father. You honor God by honoring your parents and there’s protection in listening to them.
Matthew 22:37 Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind
(6) thou shalt not kill
To kill someone, is to die at your own hand, but love is to walk away.
(7) thou shalt not commit adultery
There is safety within the vows of marriage from all the predictors like aids, hiv, and others like them. Do not let anyone or anything come between the sanctity of your marriage. Always have each others back. If one of you falls, don’t give up so quick. It could have been you, but rather give them a hand up. Remember love goes beyond feelings.
(8) thou shalt not steal
Ask yourself do you want someone to steal from you? How would it make you feel? Exactly. Get ready its coming back to YOU.
(9) thou shalt not lie
Truth even though it may be hard, it is less likely to hurt someone. Lies are used to conceal the truth about breaking the other Commandments.
(10) thou shalt not covet
Coveting is when you use something that does not belong to you Ceremonies licenses and laws, pretty much define the rules of coveting: yes marriage but its not confined to just marriage. It has a broader range from copyrights to using ideals that belong to your brother or sister. You did not do what it took for it to be yours, like music and movies. They have invested themselves: their time and money and for some it is their only means of income. You just take it like it was yours. Hurting people does not matter to you. You have no ideal what you have done. Some of your incomes and lives are affected by your disregard for others.
Matt 22:39 And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.