Ten Commandments

In order for men to be able to live in peace on earth, GOD gave man the 10 Com­man­dments, which are like inst­ruc­tions for use or sign­posts for our earth­ly lives. If we keep on try­ing to focus on GOD with the help of the 10 Com­man­dments, with GOD’s grace flo­wing from the Sacra­ments, we have the chan­ce to go to Hea­ven. For in the end the­re are only two opti­ons: a life with GOD or a life with Satan. – Hea­ven or hell.

I am the LORD your GOD!

1.  You shall have no other gods befo­re Me.

2.  You shall not take the Name of the LORD your GOD in vain.

3.  Remem­ber to keep holy the LORD’s Day.

4.  Honour your father and your mother so that it may go
     well with you and you may live long on earth.

5.  You shall not mur­der.

6.  You shall not com­mit adul­te­ry.

7.  You shall not ste­al.

8.  You shall not lie.

9.  You shall not covet your neighbour’s wife.

10. You shall not covet your neighbour’s goods.

Moses Recei­ves the Ten Com­man­dments from GOD

Sunday Obser­van­ce
GOD says: “Six days you shall labour and do all your work; but the seventh day is a Sab­bath to the glo­ry of the LORD, your GOD …” Look how this Com­man­dment of GOD is being igno­red. With few excep­ti­ons such as far­mers who hard­ly know Sundays any more, like­wi­se nume­rous shops with their shop­ping Sundays.

Com­man­dments of GOD can­not be chan­ged. Com­man­dments given by GOD can­not be shaken, neit­her by a bishop, nor by a Pope, nor anyo­ne at all. I have come to make known the wis­hes of GOD. But peop­le con­stant­ly expect me to com­ply with their wis­hes. It grie­ves me for the sake of GOD if peop­le say: “We will go to church on Mon­day, Tues­day or Wed­nes­day ins­tead.” This is not in kee­ping with the Com­man­dment: “You shall keep holy the LORD’s Day!” Of cour­se, GOD did not say: ‘You shall attend the Holy Sacri­fice of the Mass on Sunday,’ but the Church has thus set it down in the church law and I see no rea­son why I should loo­se this pre­cept of the Church. For how could I bet­ter sanc­tify the Sunday than by atten­ding the Holy Sacri­fice of the Mass? – Sunday is sim­ply the day which GOD reser­ved to Him­s­elf.

My dear­ly beloved, obser­ving GOD’s Com­man­dments brings bles­sing; vio­la­ting them cau­ses dis­as­ter. Espe­ci­al­ly the elder­ly amongst you will remem­ber the pro­verb still valid today: “Like your Sunday, like your dying day!”

Sab­bath or Sunday?
The SAVIOUR has per­fec­t­ly ful­fil­led the 10 Com­man­dments of the Old Tes­ta­ment, which inde­ed He Him­s­elf in the FATHER and in the HOLY SPIRIT gave to Moses on Mount Sinai, ent­it­ling Him to say: “Now comes a New Tes­ta­ment, a new law.” At first, after CHRIST’s Ascen­si­on, the Apost­les have also still gone to the Temp­le in Jeru­sa­lem until they reco­gnis­ed through the HOLY SPIRIT that they were no Jews any more now, but Chris­ti­ans.

Peter Recei­ves from CHRIST the Power of Bin­ding and Loo­sing

If the SAVIOUR were not risen, we would all not be rede­emed. As ever­y­bo­dy knows, He rose on Sunday. Now that goes for the New Tes­ta­ment. Some­thing else is for­got­ten: the SAVIOUR said to Peter: “You are the rock and on this rock I will build My church! Wha­te­ver you loo­se on earth will also be loo­sed in hea­ven; and wha­te­ver you bind on earth, will also be bound in hea­ven.” If it says: “You shall keep holy the LORD’s Day,” for GOD it was not about the Satur­day, but about us having six days to work and one day to rest. When the SAVIOUR was on earth, He even allo­wed the Apost­les to pluck some ears of grain on the Sab­bath. Then the Pha­ri­se­es said to Him: “Look, why are they doing what is not law­ful on the Sab­bath?” JESUS’ ans­wer was: “The Sab­bath was made for man, not man for the Sab­bath. The­re­fo­re, the Son of man is Lord even of the Sab­bath.” (see Mark 2,24ff)

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