The Ten Commandments The Spiritual principles that provide a standard of righteousness, define sin, and are essential for peace with God and fellow men.
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#2. No carved man made image is to be made for worshiping.
#3. You shall not take the Name of the Lord your God in vain.
#4. Remember the Sabbath day to Keep it holy.
#5. Honor you father and your mother.
#6. You shall not murder.
#7. You shall not commit adultery.
#8. You shall not steal.
#9. You shall not bear false witness against your neighbors.
#10. You shall not covet.
God only is to be worshiped.
Spiritual worship is essential for salvation.
Worship God sincerely.
Worshiping God as he commands and resting in his care.
God wants us to honor authority.
God wants us to respect the lives and rights of others, including ourselves. God wants us to keep pure.
God wants us to be honest.
God wants us to be truthful.
God wants us to be content in what we have.
“True and righteous are Your judgments.” Revelation 16:7 But few have any conception of the wickedness existing in our world today, and especially the wickedness in the large cities. . . .The Lord has appointed a time when He will visit transgressors in wrath for persistent disregard of His law. . . .God’s supreme rulership and the sacredness of His law must be revealed to those who persistently refused to render obedience to the King of kings. Those who choose to remain disloyal must be visited in mercy with judgments, in order that, if possible, they may be aroused to a realization of the sinfulness of their course.—Testimonies for the Church, vol. 9, p. 93