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Eight Commandment of the Bible

The Eight Commandment of the Ten Commandments of Yahweh, the Father in heaven, from the Scripture

In this message, I’ll talk about the Eight Commandment of the Bible from Almighty Yahweh, the Father in heaven. Hello and welcome to the educational podcast, a podcast where we dive into the richness and relevance of the Bible. I’m your host, Elder Dan.

Today, we’re exploring one of the most crucial commandments in the Bible: “You shall not steal,” the Eight Commandment from the Ten Commandments of the Holy Scripture. Join me as we delve into the significance of this important biblical principle.

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The Eighth Commandment, as recorded in Exodus 20:15 and Deuteronomy 5:19, is a straightforward yet profound reminder to respect other people’s property. It’s easy to gloss over this commandment, thinking it’s just about not taking things without permission. But let’s dig deeper and discover why this commandment is more than just a simple rule.

When we steal, we not only take something that doesn’t belong to us, but we also break trust and damage relationships. We may think we’re getting away with something, but our actions have far-reaching consequences. The Eighth Commandment is about integrity – it’s about being honest, trustworthy, and respectful of others’ property.

Think about it: when we steal, we’re essentially saying that our own needs are more important than someone else’s. We’re prioritizing our own desires over their rights. This mentality can lead to a culture of entitlement and selfishness, where we believe that what belongs to others is rightfully ours. But Almighty Yahweh, the Father in heaven, says otherwise!

So why is this commandment so important? By following the Eighth Commandment, we’re demonstrating our commitment to community and mutual respect. When we respect others’ property, we’re respecting their personhood – their dignity, their autonomy, and their rights. We’re acknowledging that they have value and worth beyond their possessions.

Moreover, the Eighth Commandment has implications for our relationship with Yahweh. When we steal, we’re essentially saying that Elohim’s law doesn’t apply to us. We’re claiming to be above His authority, above His moral code. But when we obey the Eighth Commandment, we’re submitting to His wisdom and His will.

As we wrap up today’s episode, I want to leave you with a challenge. Take a closer look at your own life – are there areas where you might be “borrowing” or taking things without permission? Are there relationships in your life where you’ve damaged trust by taking something that wasn’t yours to take? Take time to reflect on your actions and consider how you can restore what was taken or make amends.

Thank you for joining me on this episode of the educational podcast. Remember, the Eighth Commandment is more than just a rule – it’s a reminder of our responsibility to respect others and to honor Yahweh’s authority. Join us next time as we explore more biblical principles that shape our lives.

Before I go, let me pray this prayer for you: May Yahweh bless you and keep you; may Yahweh make his face shine upon you and be gracious to you; may Yahweh lift up his countenance upon you and give you peace. I humbly pray these things to Yahweh through Yahshua, the true name of the Messiah, our Master, and coming King, amen. May you have the eyes to see and the ears to hear for this heavenly message. Pray for peace in Yerushalayim. Halleluyah!

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