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The ten commandments of Mose

May 07, 2018

Article 1: "I am the LORD your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt as a slave house, and you shall not have any other gods besides me."

The second one is, "do not make an idol for yourself, nor do you do anything like the heaven, the earth, and the hundred things in the ground and in the water. Do not kneel down to those images or worship them; for I, the LORD your God, is a jealous God. If I hate me, I will recover his sin from father and son until the three or four generation; I will love them and love me until thousands of generations.

Third, "do not make a false statement of the name of the LORD your God; for the Lord will not be innocent of his false name."

Fourth, "remember the Sabbath and keep it holy." On the six day you shall toil to do your work, but the seventh day is a Sabbath to the LORD your God. On this day, you and your children, your servants, and your cattle, and your cattle, and the guests in your town, do not do any work; for in six days, Ye Hehua made heaven, the earth, the sea, and all of them, and rest on the seventh day, so Ye Hehua blessed and the Sabbath was a holy day. "

Fifth, "honor your father and your mother, so that your days may be long in the land that the LORD your God has given you."

The sixth: "not to kill."

The seventh: "do not commit adultery."

The eighth: "do not steal."

The ninth: "not to be a false witness to the victim."

The tenth one is, "do not be greedy for the houses of others, nor do you desire others' wives, servants, maidservants, cows and donkeys, and everything he has."


The Israelites regarded the ark of the covenant as a sacred object and placed it in the temple. No one could touch it without authorization. In the Bible, some people have been killed by lightning because they have touched the ark of the covenant without authorization. Moreover, an outsider peeps through the gate of the holy place, and finds that clouds often accumulate above the ark of the covenant.

In 590 BC, Nebuchadnezzar II of the new Babylon king of Nebuchadnezzar II attacked the Jewish state, and after 3 years of being trapped, Jerusalem was conquered by the Babylon army in 586 B.C., and the palace and the temple were all burnt down. From then on, the ark of the ark was unaccounted for. The stone tablets of the Ten Commandments will not be found.

Mose lived about 3000 years ago, and the history of the ark of the covenant lasted about six hundred or seven hundred years.