The Holy Bible : The Ten Commandments

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The Ten Commandments A few months ago my grandfather encouraged me to learn the words of God. He told me to open my mind and learn from the book of the Lord, the Holy Bible. On the first day, he explained to me that the Holy Bible is a volume of sixty-six books and forty authors. Although I may not understand the readings to the fullest, it’s still an interesting and encouraging learning process. The Holy Bible itself teaches believers God’s plan, which he explains to us in John 16:13 by revealing, “...he will guide you into all truth...”. It is stated in scripture that it is surely not made up by the writers themselves. Each event throughout the Old and New Testament is proof of God’s word because, “...he will tell you what is yet to come”(Holy Bible, New International Version 1678). So, indeed God’s plan is disclosed within the scripture. With the Lord’s plan in place, he presented us with strict guidelines between the 16th and 13th centuries BC (Whiston 64). If any rule is disobeyed it is described as a sin. Those rules, which were written in stone, are known as the Ten Commandments. The Ten Commandments are divine rules that come directly from the mouth of God to the mind of Moses and the stone in which it was written on was by God’s own finger. The story behind it may not be believable by many audiences, but true Christians must believe every word in scripture. In the book of Exodus 19:1-2 it preaches, “ In the third month after the Israelites left Egypt--on
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