Yehuveh’s Twelve Commandments
“O that there were such an heart in them,
that they would fear Me,
and keep all My commandments always,
that it might be well with them,
and with their children for ever!”
|ehuveh’s twelve simple principles on which to live our lives, the foundations upon which all His instruction is built, provide us a safe and satisfying shelter. Study these principles in summary form at Yehuveh’s Twelve Commandments. Or take the research much deeper by studying these twelve|
|principles in notes and links by Revelation 21:14 and their expanded 144 units of instruction by Revelation 21:17.
Scriptural Evidence for Twelve Commandments Versus Ten
Three time the KJV translation of Torah states that Moses received tables of stone with “ten commandments” written on them [Exodus 34:28; Deuteronomy 4:13, 10:4]. Yet Revelation 21:14, 17, and 19-20 clearly present twelve foundations upon which Yehuveh’s protective truths are built. These statements cannot be reconciled! But Revelation 21:14 is not stating that there are two additional commandments with which we are unfamiliar. Rather, the traditional second (Exodus 20:4-6, actually the second and third) and traditional fourth (Exodus 20:8-11, actually the fifth and sixth) commandments are each fusions of two original commands, which, when rightly divided, restore the original twelve count. So why present twelve commandments in Revelation as ten in Exodus? Who would make such a change, and for what reason?
These two commandments, the traditional second and fourth, were thus fused to “change” man’s understanding of Yehuveh’s instruction, and thereby to change his entire relationship with Yehuveh. Daniel offers no direct explanation of motive, but clearly states that an entity would arise in the world which would “think to change times and laws: and they shall be given into his hand until a time and times and the dividing of time.” This entity, the Universal or Catholic Church, gave us the Gregorian time system and calendar in their effort to change times, and have given us the base-ten system of measurement and monitary exchange to alter our thinking about Yehuveh’s other laws. There is extensive evidence in Scriptures that ancient time-keeping was marked by the astronomical movements and counting was all based on twelve. In order to break men’s ties to Yehuveh it was necessary to break both his knowledge of and active submission to Yehuveh’s ways. This was accomplished by the replacent of Yehuveh’s instruction by these very subtle and deceptive teachings.
As discussed in detail in regard to Yehuveh’s Calendar, in Hebrew the phrase “they shall be given into his hand until a time and times and the dividing of time” is from words which literally mean “until this power has killed all who knew and concealed and corrupted the information sources and separated humanity from Yehuveh.” Rather than the popular but unfoundationed view that a time is one year and “a time and times and the dividing of time” represents three and a half years or, by applying their so-called day-for-a-year-principle of interpretation, that it represents 1260 years, the Hebrew words measure conditions to be met, not days or years. Were we more critical of the study and research passed on to us, we would recognize many such flaws in the conclusions of most of our revered commentators and Scruptural instructors. Daniel 7:25.
Originally Written: 21 September 2009
Latest Update: 22 September 2009
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