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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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Seventh Commandment of the Bible

THE SEVENTH COMMANDMENT OF THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OF YAHWEH IN THE BIBLE

Greetings to all. Welcome to educational podcast, the podcast where I dive into the true contexts of the Bible to explore its real teachings and significance. I’m Elder Dan, your host. In this episode, I am going to tackle one of the most critical and often misunderstood commandments in the Bible – the Seventh Commandment, which says “You shall not commit adultery.” Join me as I examine what this commandment means, why it’s essential, and how it applies to our lives today.

The Seventh Commandment of the Bible is part of the universal and eternal Ten Commandments, which are a set of moral laws given by Almighty Yahweh to Moses on Mount Sinai. In Exodus 20:14, Yahweh says, “You shall not commit adultery.” This commandment is repeated in Deuteronomy 5:18 with slight variations. At first glance, it may seem like a simple rule about not having sex outside of marriage. But as we dig deeper, we’ll discover that it’s so much more than that.

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Adultery is not just about physical intimacy; it’s about betrayal, deception, and destruction of relationships. When we cheat on our spouses or engage in any form of extramarital affairs, we’re not only harming ourselves but also those closest to us – our partners, children, family members, and friends. We’re also violating Yahweh’s design for human relationships and His plan for our lives.

The Bible teaches that marriage is a sacred institution created by Yahweh (Matthew 19:4-6). It’s a covenant between two people who promise to love and cherish each other for better or for worse, through thick and thin. When you commit adultery, you’re essentially breaking that covenant and breaking trust with your wife or husband. It’s a serious offense that can lead to devastating consequences, including damaged relationships, broken hearts, and yes, even spiritual harm!

But what about lust? Is lust the same as love? Many people might think that lust is just a natural part of human desire, and that it’s okay to indulge in it as long as it doesn’t lead to actual adultery. But Yahshua would disagree. In Matthew 5:28, He says, “But I tell you that anyone who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in their heart.” That’s right – even looking at someone with lustful intent is considered adultery according to Yahshua! And yes, this applies to both the woman and man.

So, what does this mean for us? It means that our desires and temptations must be kept in check. Lust is not love; it’s a counterfeit imitation of love that can never satisfy our deepest longings. Real love requires mutual respect, trust, and commitment – things that are absent from lustful encounters.

And what about those who have already experienced adultery or have been affected by it? What about those who struggle with same-sex attraction or other forms of temptation? The good news is that Yahweh is an Elohim of mercy and grace. He offers forgiveness and restoration to those who truly repent and seek Him. In Psalm 32:1-5, the Bible’s King David writes about his own experience with adultery and the resulting shame and guilt. Yet, he praises the Father in heaven Yahweh for His mercy and redemption.

Therefore, when we indulge in lustful thoughts or behaviors, we’re not only hurting others but also ourselves. Yes, we’re damaging our relationships and our own sense of self-worth. The Bible says in 1 Corinthians 6:18-20 that our bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, and we must honor them accordingly.

So, what can we do to apply this commandment in our lives? First, let us acknowledge that we’re all tempted and fallible human beings. Second, let us prioritize communication, honesty, and trust in our relationships. Third, let us remember that true intimacy and connection come from a deep emotional bond built on mutual respect, trust, and commitment.

Overall, the Seventh Commandment “You shall not commit adultery” is more than just a rule; it’s a reminder of Elohim’s design for human relationships and His desire for us to live in harmony with Him. By understanding its significance and importance, we can build stronger marriages, deeper connections with others, and a more intimate relationship with Yahweh.

Thank you for tuning in to this episode of the educational podcast today! Join me next time as we explore another crucial aspect of the Hebraic faith. You can also visit our main website by clicking here for more FREE, real Bible truth teachings that you can understand.

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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Sixth Commandment of the Bible

THE SIXTH COMMANDMENT OF THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OF YAHWEH, THE FATHER IN HEAVEN, FROM THE SCRIPTURE

The Sixth Commandment of the Bible. What is the importance and significance of this sacred command? Keep reading or listening for the answers.

Welcome to the educational podcast, a podcast that explores the depth and richness of the Bible. I’m your host, Elder Dan. Today, we’re talking about one of the most fundamental commandments of the Hebraic faith: “You shall not murder.”  Join me as we dive into the significance and importance of this crucial commandment, straight from Exodus 20:13 and Deuteronomy 5:17.

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The Sixth Commandment is part of the Ten Commandments in the Bible. This commandment is often overlooked, but it’s actually one of the most powerful and profound commands in the entire Bible. It’s a reminder that life is sacred, and that taking it is never an option. But why is this commandment so important? Let’s start with the basics.

The commandment is simple: “You shall not murder.” It’s a straightforward prohibition against taking another person’s life. But as we dig deeper, we find that this commandment is rooted in the very nature of Almighty Yahweh Himself. You see, Yahweh is the Author of life, and He has given each and every one of us a unique gift – our life. To take that away is to go against Elohim’s own character.

Think about it: when we take someone’s life, we’re not just taking their physical body – we’re taking their future, their hopes, their dreams, their relationships, their everything. We’re essentially saying that their life has no value, no worth. And that’s not just a moral failing – it’s a spiritual one as well.

But what about self-defense? What about war? What about euthanasia? What about abortion? These are all complex issues, and I know some of you might be thinking, “But what about these exceptions?” And I get it – they’re tricky. But let me tell you, every single time we justify or rationalize taking someone’s life, we’re going against the grain of Yahweh’s character.

Because here’s the thing: every human being is made in Elohim’s image. Every single one of us has inherent value and worth because we’re created in His likeness. And when we take someone’s life, we’re not just taking away their earthly existence – we’re taking away their eternal potential.

Now, I know some of you might be thinking, “But what about the times when I’ve struggled with this commandment?” Maybe you’ve struggled with anger issues, or maybe you’ve been in a situation where you felt justified in taking someone’s life. I want you to know that it’s okay to struggle – but it’s not okay to justify it.

Because here’s the good news: Yahshua the Messiah (Savior) came to give us new life – life beyond this earthly realm. And as followers of Messiah, we’re called to live according to His character – a character marked by love, compassion, and mercy.

So, what does this mean for us? It means we need to take this commandment very seriously. We need to recognize the inherent value and worth of every human being. We need to be willing to work through our struggles with anger and frustration in ways that don’t involve violence or harm towards others.

And if you’re struggling with this commandment today, I want you to know that there’s hope. There’s forgiveness available through Yahshua the Messiah. And there’s support available through this spiritual podcast website and also on our main website at Yahshua the Messiah Ministry here, or your local church community with the same faith that we have.

I hope and pray this heavenly message today served as an eye-opener to you about the subject from the Holy Scripture of do not murder or kill, as mentioned in Exodus 20:13 and Deuteronomy 5:17. May this blog post remind us all about the importance and significance of the sanctity of life given to us by Almighty Yahweh, the Creator of life, our Father in heaven!

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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Fifth Commandment of the Bible

The fifth commandment of the Ten Commandments of Yahweh, the Father in heaven, from the Scripture

Hello. Welcome to the educational podcast, the spirituality podcast where we dive into the depths of the scriptures and explore the significance of Almighty Yahweh’s Word. This is Elder Dan, your host.

Today, we’re going to be talking about one of the most crucial and often overlooked commandments in the Bible – the Fifth Commandment. Specifically, we’re going to examine the importance and significance of honoring our father and mother as the Fifth Commandment of the Ten Commandments from the Holy Scripture.

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Friends, let’s start by looking at the biblical passage that outlines this commandment. In Exodus 20:12, we read, “Honor your father and your mother, so that you may live a long time in the land that Yahweh your Elohim is giving you.” And in Deuteronomy 5:16, we see a similar message, “Honor your father and your mother, as Yahweh your Elohim has commanded you, so that you may live a long time and ensure that it goes well with you.”

So, why is it so important to honor our father and mother? Well, first and foremost, it’s because Almighty Yahweh designed the family structure with specific roles and responsibilities. Fathers and mothers are entrusted with the responsibility of providing for and protecting their children, while children are expected to show respect and obedience to their parents. This isn’t just a human construct; it’s a divine institution that reflects Yahweh’s own relationship with us.

But what does it mean to honor our father and mother? Is it just about saying “please” and “thank you” at dinner time? Absolutely not. Honoring our parents means showing respect, obedience, and gratitude for all they do for us. It means listening to their advice, following their guidance, and valuing their wisdom. It means recognizing their selfless sacrifices and self-sacrifices they made for us.

I remember when I was growing up, my parents would always say to me, “Remember who you are because of who we are.” They were reminding me that my identity wasn’t just mine; it was also theirs. They were reminding me that their sacrifices, their hard work, and their love had shaped me into the person I am today.

And as we grow older, honoring our parents doesn’t stop. It’s not just about when we’re kids; it’s about respecting our parents even when we disagree with them. It’s about showing appreciation for all they’ve done for us, even when we’re not kids anymore.

So, what happens when we don’t honor our parents? When we disobey or disrespect them? Well, sadly, it can lead to broken relationships, hurt feelings, and even spiritual consequences. In fact, Psalm 78:1-4 warns us that failure to honor our parents can lead to Almighty Yahweh’s wrath.

But here’s the good news – when we do honor our parents, Almighty Yahweh, the Father in heaven, blesses us. He promises us long life, prosperity, and a sense of well-being. In fact, Proverbs 23:22-25 says that when we honor our parents, we’ll receive a blessing from Yahweh.

So, what can we take away from the Fifth Commandment? First and foremost, we need to recognize the importance of honoring our parents. We need to recognize that they are not just biological figures; they are spiritual authorities in our lives. We need to recognize that they have sacrificed so much for us and that we owe them respect and gratitude.

Second, we need to make sure that we’re honoring our parents in practical ways. That means listening to their advice, following their guidance, and showing appreciation for all they’ve done for us.

And finally, we need to recognize that honoring our parents is not just about them; it’s about Almighty Yahweh in heaven. It’s about recognizing His role in shaping our lives and our families.

That’s all for today’s episode, brethren and friends. I hope you all enjoyed reading or listening about the Fifth Commandment of the Bible and learn the importance of honoring our father and mother. Remember to subscribe to our podcast and go visit our main website by clicking here for more insights and discussions of the real truths of the Holy Scripture.

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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Yahshua: Mosaic Law of Elohim Are Still In Effect

Yahshua, the Messiah: The Ten Commandments of Elohim Are Not Done Away With (Matthew 5:17-18)

According to Yahshua (Savior of humanity), the Mosaic Law (Ten Commandments) of Elohim in heaven (Yahweh) are still in effect.

Welcome back to another exciting episode of educational podcast, a podcast for real biblical truths. My name is Elder Dan, your host.

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Today, I am delving deep into a very important topic that continues to spark fiery debates among believers and skeptics alike. I’ll be unraveling the words of Yahshua himself, as recorded in the Gospel of Matthew, where he speaks about the enduring significance of the law. I’m about to challenge some widely-held beliefs while seeking to uncover the truth.

In Matthew 5:17-18, Yahshua says, “For verily I say unto you, Until heaven and earth disappear, not even the smallest detail of Elohim’s law will disappear until its purpose is achieved.”

This verse has often been interpreted in various ways, with some claiming that Yahshua is referring to the Mosaic Law being done away with. They argue that since Yahshua’s sacrificial death on the stake, we are now under a new covenant, and the Ten Commandments no longer apply to the faithful followers of Yahshua today.

But is that really the case?

Absolutely not! As believers, it is vital to deeply examine the context of Yahshua’s words in order to fully grasp their true meaning and significance. Yahshua himself makes it clear that not even the smallest part of the law will disappear until its purpose is achieved!

That’s a crucial point, and it challenges the common misconception that the law, including the Ten Commandments, is redundant. It seems that Yahshua is emphasizing the enduring value of Elohim’s law, upheld until the end of time.

But why is that?

Well, the law was given to guide and establish a moral framework for humanity. The Ten Commandments were not merely arbitrary rules, but rather fundamental principles of love, justice, and righteousness. They reflect Yahweh’s character and serve as a guide for human behavior. Therefore, it makes sense that they remain relevant and applicable in our lives today.

So, what about those who claim that Yahshua came to abolish the law and permit a more fluid understanding of morality?

It’s essential to understand that Yahshua did not come to abolish the law but to fulfill it. His life, death, and resurrection are the culmination of Elohim’s redemptive plan. Yahshua came to establish a new covenant that doesn’t negate the law but rather fulfills its requirements on our behalf. He perfectly embodied the righteousness demanded by the law.

That’s a fascinating perspective, and it sheds light on the misconception that Yahshua sought to do away with the law.

But how does this tie in with the idea that the Ten Commandments are still in effect today?

According to Yahshua’s own words, not a single aspect of the law, even the smallest detail, will pass away until its purpose is achieved. The Ten Commandments represent the core principles of Yahweh’s moral law, and they continue to guide our behavior, choices, and relationships with both Elohim and fellow human beings.

Therefore, just as Yahshua fulfilled the law, he invites us to live this fulfilling life as well. By following the moral principles laid out in the Ten Commandments, we align ourselves with Yahweh’s will and experience the fullest expression of love and righteousness in our lives.

Yes, Yahshua, the Savior of humanity, didn’t abolish the law; rather, he raised the bar. He taught us not just to avoid committing murder, for example, but also to refrain from harboring hatred in our hearts. He didn’t nullify the commandment against adultery, but extended it to include lustful thoughts as well. Through his teachings, Yahshua calls us to uphold the spirit of the law, not just the letter.

So, what can we take away from all this?

In light of Yahshua’s words in Matthew 5:17-18, it becomes clear that the law, including the Ten Commandments, remains a vital part of our lives as believers. It provides us with a compass to navigate the complexities of our modern world and serves as a reminder of Elohim’s unchanging moral principles.

I hope today’s discussion has encouraged our listeners to re-examine their understanding of the law and recognize its continued relevance in our lives as followers of Yahshua, the Messiah.

Thank you so much for joining me today to shed light and seek truth on this often-misunderstood topic about the Mosaic Law of Elohim, which is still in effect, according to Yahshua, the Savior of humanity Himself.

Click here to read and learn more about the Ten Commandments of the Almighty Father in heaven (Yahweh) given through Moses at Mt. Sinai.

That’s all the time that I have for today, folks. Join me again next time as we dig deeper into the profound teachings of Yahshua, bringing clarity to complex matters of faith. Until then, keep seeking the truth, and have a blessed day.

Before I go, let me pray this for you, brethren: May Yahweh bless you and keep you; may Yahweh make his face to shine upon you and be gracious to you; and may Yahweh lift up his countenance upon you and give you peace. Amen. Halleluyah and shalom!

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