Taking a Stand for the Ten Commandments


The Ten Commandments have served as a basis for society’s laws for more than three millennia. Western governments have modelled their constitutions and established their laws on the moral code of ethics given on Mount Sinai. The psalmist David reminds us of the eternal nature of God’s law. He declares, “All His commandments are sure. They stand fast for ever and ever, and are done in truth and uprightness” (Psalm 111:7, 8, KJV). He adds in Psalm 119:151, NKJV, “You are near, O LORD, and all Your Commandments are truth.” The Ten Commandment law is the foundation of God’s government. It defines right and wrong. Without the Ten Commandments, all morality is relative. There are no absolute standards. The apostle Paul wrote, “for by the law is the knowledge of sin” (Romans 3:20b, NKJV). The law defines sin. It clearly states that some behaviour is right and other behaviour is wrong. Right and wrong are not matters of individual opinion. It’s not a matter that’s up for grabs defined by societal norms or personal preferences. God has already defined right and wrong.Pamphlet

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