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- Print Length: 88 pages
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- Publisher: United Church of God; 4 edition (January 2, 2012)
- Publication Date: January 2, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B006T0B5QS
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The Ten Commandments Kindle Edition
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I know nothing about the United Church of God besides that I've read a few of their books which have been helpful to me. This was free so I decided to read it. So I'm not promoting this church by reviewing their book. I'm judging this book by its contents alone.
I found this book to be very helpful to me as it is an in depth look at The Ten Commandments. What this book explains is that we show love to God by keeping his commandments. Unlike some churches that teach that the Ten Commandments are no longer valid, this book teaches that they are still very valid and shows how they are also taught by the New Testament, especially by Jesus.
This book explains why you should not pray to idols and gives great reasons. We are also not supposed to pray to a picture of Jesus or God. (I did this as a child actually or at least I have a picture of praying near a picture). No one told me otherwise. Also this book explains why we should not use God's name in vain. I have a friend who does and told me God doesn't mind. I have to remind him of the third commandment. I never hear anyone swearing using the names of other religion's gods these days.
What I did wonder about however is whether going to church on a Sunday is going against one of the commandments. If you don't go to church on a Saturday are you breaking the commandment? I will have to research this further.
So this book argues that keeping The Ten Commandments is as relevant today as it was in Old Testament times. I think if parents taught these commandments to their children the world would be more peaceful.
~The Rebecca Review
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Does not include the most IMPORTANT COMMANDMENT OF ALL: Thou shalt oppress and discriminate against the homosexuals.