The Law of the Lord; and in His law doth He meditate day and night.
TheFourth Commandment Part 2
Jeff Casillo

The Fourth Commandment – Part 2

God knew well in advance that as our earth became more populated that each of us need a day for rest from laboring for our bodies and our mind. God did not stop there as he said that animals need their rest from laboring six days and that our lands that we cultivate need rest both on the seventh day and seventh year.

the fifth commandment
Jeff Casillo

The Fifth Commandment

God placed the Ten Commandments for a particular reason and these Mosaic laws spoken by God that Christ viewed in verse 13 were not be nullified or voided. It is just that simple if you wish to follow God’s laws so that your days will be long.

The Sixth Commandment
Jeff Casillo

The Sixth Commandment – Part 1

As you read the Bible, I must believe God struck down Israel’s enemies or Israel’s people in a quick manner when they sinned against God. Another example of the time element would be the death of Christ by crucifixion.

The Sixth Commandment
Jeff Casillo

The Sixth Commandment – Part 2

The eye is the lamp of the body. If your eyes are good, your whole body will be full of light. But if your eyes are bad, your whole body will be full of darkness. If then the light within you is darkness, how great is the darkness!

The Sixth Comandment
Jeff Casillo

The Sixth Commandment – Part 3

Each of us is God’s temple, made in his likeness and created by God to be fruitful and increase in number.  God says that we are to increase and not decrease in number as shown in Genesis 1:28.

The Sixth Commandment
Jeff Casillo

The Sixth Commandment – Part 4

Yes, there are lots of websites who are against God’s laws and they have excuses for excuses—This is what it is—An excuse or excuses for the use of self—Me or what is in the best interest for me—

the sixth commandment
Jeff Casillo

The Sixth Commandment – Part 5

I want to tie in what Jesus said about children—Turn to Matthew 18: 1-6 (FF) About that time, the disciples approached Jesus, inquiring, “Who is the greatest in the Kingdom of Heaven?”

The Sixth Commandment Baal
Jeff Casillo

The Sixth Commandment – Part 6

Who or what is Baal? Baal is the chief god of the Canaanites according to the New Strong’s Expanded Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible. Sixty three times Baal is mentioned in the Bible—62 times in the Old and once in the New Testament

The Sixth Commandment
Jeff Casillo

The Sixth Commandment – Part 7

Look at God’s laws or Ten Commandments—The sixth commandment is very clear—Thou shalt not murder—Murder is murder that includes allowing the murder of full-term children.

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