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The Ten Commandments of God through Moses


Interpreted with present-day words


Preface

“The letter comes alive only when the person begins to fulfill the commandments. Through this he gradually matures into the all-encompassing law of love and life. Only the one who fulfills the commandments with his heart and in the spirit of love will recognize the all-encompassing law and thus, find his way to the truth, which is within, in the soul of the person.”

Through Moses, God gave people the Ten Commandments.

The Spirit of God is freedom. The free, eternal, omnipresent Spirit, called God in the western world, is omnipresent Being, omnipresent life. He is the power of the universe, the stream in the mighty suns and planets. He is the life in the Earth, in every plant, in every animal, in every stone and not lastly in every person and in every soul. The omnipresent, free Spirit, God, is thus the All-power in all of infinity.

The commandments of God through Moses are truly a gift of love and life’s help from the Eternal to His human children, excerpts from the all-encompassing eternal law of infinity. Because in the Spirit of the eternal Being, of the eternal life, everything is contained in all things, and so, we can find the other commandments in each commandment.

 

We human beings are given the task of fulfilling the commandments of the All-One in our life on Earth; this means to live them not to merely know about them or to read about them. The commandments of God contain no forbiddance, because the free Spirit is freedom, which says that a person is free to accept God’s indications and to live accordingly or to leave them.

Because God does not intervene in a person’s life, the person is himself responsible for his life, for the contents of his feeling, sensing, thinking, speaking and acting. The commandments of God are inherent laws, excerpts from the eternal law of the Kingdom of God. They help a person, who strives to fulfill them, to attain higher ethics and morals, through which the whole person becomes refined in his way of thinking, talking and acting. Whoever walks the path of the commandments of God also ennobles his senses and develops higher prospects in life; he recognizes that nature and the animals are likewise a part of the divine unity. The commandments of God that are lived achieve freedom and a gain in life.

 

The commandments of God are an offer from God, the free Spirit, to us human beings, so that we live accordingly, so that by gaining higher ethics and morals we learn to understand the meaning of justice, unity and love for God and neighbor. Based on this step-by-step fulfillment, the person draws closer to the life, which is the universal, free Spirit: God, the All-Spirit in everything.

During the course of the step-by-step fulfillment of the commandments of God, a person not only looks deeper, he also experiences in himself that the free, omnipresent Spirit is also in himself.

 

To repeat: The life is God, the free Spirit, who, in all cultures worldwide, is one and the same. The free Spirit in all cultures worldwide is the unending diversity and fullness of the Being. Every commandment of God is a gateway to the fullness of life, because God, the free Spirit, is the life. If, through right thinking and doing, we immerse into the depths of life, into the root of the Being, then we discover that every commandment contains a multiplicity of the Being and is contained in the other commandments as a source of strength. With the words “free Spirit,” which we in the western world call God, is not meant the “God” presented by priests and pastors.

 

As a human being, Jesus of Nazareth was the Son of God and, as a being in God, He is the Co-Regent of the Kingdom of God, the Christ of God, who as Jesus of Nazareth brought redemption and the path to the Father’s house. As Jesus of Nazareth, He taught people that the eternal Father and He are one, which says: one Spirit, one love, one truth, the eternal truth, the unending, eternal law, which makes you free. The Spirit of the Christ of God is in the Father, and the Father is in the Spirit of the Christ of God – one Spirit, one life, one truth.

 

For approximately 36 years, the free Spirit, the Spirit of the Christ of God, has been giving revelations through His prophetess, His speaking instrument, who is also the emissary from the heavens, Gabriele. The Christ of God, the free Spirit, is not bound to any external religion, because – just as Jesus of Nazareth taught, and as the Christ of God teaches today – every person is the temple of God and therefore, needs no church made of stone to find God, the eternal All-intelligence, the eternal Spirit, in order to worship Him.

Today, the Christ of God speaks into the New Era.

God, the Eternal, is not changeable. He is the same One, yesterday, today and tomorrow. This also applies to the Ten Commandments of God through Moses. The Christ of God, who reveals Himself in the present time, spoke into the heart of His prophetess and emissary of God, Gabriele, who in her own words passed on what is of particular significance for the New Era, because the idolatrous gods have increased in diversity.

 

If we believe in the Ten Commandments of God and if we also believe in Jesus, the Christ, in His teachings – and above all, in the heavenly teaching, the Sermon on the Mount of Jesus – if we call ourselves Christian or original Christian or describe ourselves as followers of Jesus of Nazareth, then, at the same time, we very automatically obligate ourselves to also fulfill what we say we are.

May one thing be made clear: The fulfillment of what the Eternal gave us in the Ten Commandments and Jesus of Nazareth in His teachings and in the Sermon on the Mount has nothing to do with institutional church statutes and ecclesiastical decrees.

Table of Contents

The First Commandment of God

“I Am the Lord, your God. You shall have no other gods before Me."


The Second Commandment of God

“You shall not take the name of God in vain.”


The Third Commandment of God

“Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy.”


The Fourth Commandment of God

“You shall honor (respect) your father and mother!”


The Fifth Commandment of God

"You shall not kill."


The Sixth Commandment of God

“You shall not commit adultery.”


The Seventh Commandment of God

“You shall not steal.”


The Eighth Commandment of God

“You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.”


The Ninth Commandment of God

“You shall not covet your neighbor's wife!”


The Tenth Commandment of God

"You shall not covet anything that is your neighbor's."




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"Through Moses, God gave to mankind the Ten Commandments, and through Jesus, the teachings in the Sermon on the Mount. These laws of God point out how we can learn to recognize God's Will. On this Path, we should develop our divine heritage as a spiritual talent, so that we may apply it as a human being in the temporal for the benefit of all. " (From "Der Gabriele-Brief für Freiheitsdenker")

"The Ten Commandments of GOD"

"The letter comes alive only when the person begins to fulfil the commandments. Through this, he gradually grows into the all-encompassing law of love and life. Only the one who fulfils the laws with his heart and in the spirit of love will recognize the all-encompassing law and so find his way to the truth, which is within, in the soul of man."
from:"This Is My Word"

Also available as a book "The Ten Commandments of GOD" from Verlag DAS WORT.

 

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