The Ten Commandments Behaviour.
HAS ANYONE EVER TOLD YOU THAT THE TEN COMMANDMENTS ARE SPECIFIC BEHAVIOURS? ANYONE NOT DISPLAYING SUCH BEHAVIOUR BUT SAYS THEY ARE BELIEVERS IS A LIAR . . .
1. I AM YAHUAH YOUR ALAHIM, HAVE NO OTHER BEFORE MY FACE.
This means we consciously behave not to have any deity, belief system, other than Turah. This is a conscious behaviour.
2. YOU DO NOT BOW TO IMAGES.
You could be put in a circumstance which seems to be harmless to bow - make sure your behaviour is obedient to the commands and much wisdom will be gained in the application of such behaviour.
3. DO NOT CAST THE NAME OF YAHUAH YOUR ALAHIM TO RUIN.
Not using the name Yahuah instead of "GOD" is casting Yahuah's name to ruin, which is a most distinctive behaviour.
4. REMEMBER THE SHABATH TO KEEP IT QODESH.
Resting with no buying or selling on Shabath is a very definite behaviour.
5. RESPECT YOUR FATHER & YOUR MOTHER,
is a behaviour of respect that teaches us many lessons by application.
6. YOU DO NOT MURDER.
An abstinence of such behaviour teaches us the importance of loving our fellow man.
7. YOU DO NOT BREAK WEDLOCK.
Adhering to such behaviour grows us in wisdom and love.
8. DO NOT STEAL.
To have this behaviour conquered and in your quiver really defines your character.
9. YOU DO NOT BEAR FALSE WITNESS AGAINST YOUR NEIGHBOUR.
Otherwise you become a liar who suffers unless you repent and tell the truth.
10. YOU DO NOT COVERT YOUR NEIGHBOURS WIFE, HOUSE, FIELD, SERVANTS, ANIMALS, OR ANYTHING BELONGING TO YOUR NEIGHBOUR.
There are 7 'DO NOTS' in the Commandments and there are 3 others that say :
1. Have no other - 4.Remember Shabath - 5.Respect the "olds."
This is why Behaviour Revolution exists to let everyone know that the whole Turah (Torah) teaches us that Yahusha wants our behaviour to match up with His Word. Not the opposite - and believe me brothers we can see that there are those who do not practice the 3 rules with the Ten Commandments and who are vehemently against those that do. This is the truth that sets men free into the arms of the glorious love of Yahusha.
By Chris Hilton . . .