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#148 ๐Ÿ”๏ธ Exodus 19-20 The Ten Commandments ๐Ÿ“œโš–๏ธโœ๏ธ


God finally met with His people from Mount Sinai and gave them His Ten Commandments- His standards for people to learn to live with God. The Commandments are summarized into three parts:

  1. Love God with all your heart and not make idols for yourself to worship;

  2. Live a holy life applied to the personhood--not commit murder or adultery and honor your father and mother; and

  3. Love your neighbor, and don't covet your neighbor's stuff or his household.

Jesus, also Yahweh, summarized the Ten Commandments down to one law to love-: to love God with all your heart and love your neighbors as yourself. Yet, the people didn't recognize who He was in the flesh and wanted to kill Him, which they did, violating all of the Ten Commandments at once. Their sins overtook them to kill God in the end.


Exodus 19: The Israelites arrived at Mount Sinai. God instructs Moses to remind the people of the miraculous deliverance from Egypt and their special status as a chosen nation. God offers a covenant with Him that if the Israelites obeyed God's voice and kept His commandments, they would be a treasured possession and a kingdom of priests. The people agreed and made preparations for the awe-inspiring encounter with God. The mountain was set apart, and the people were consecrated, instructed to abstain from approaching it. Thunder, lightning, and the trumpet sound accompany God's descent upon the mountain, creating a profound atmosphere of His Holiness and fear.


Exodus 20: God gave His Ten Commandments. The Commandments reveal God's character as to how to live with Him and instruct what God considers moral and just. These laws form the basis of the covenant between God and the Israelites. The people witness the thunder, lightning, and the sound of the trumpet as Moses ascends the mountain to receive the commandments directly from God. The Ten Commandments include instructions against idolatry, not taking God's name in vain, observing the Sabbath, honoring parents, and prohibiting murder, adultery, theft, false testimony, and coveting. The people respond with fear and ask Moses to act as an intermediary between them and God.


Exodus 19-20 describes the preparation and consecration of the Israelites for the encounter with God at Mount Sinai. The Ten Commandments established a moral and ethical framework for the Israelites and laid the foundation for their covenantal relationship with God. These chapters highlight God's holiness, obedience, and the establishment of ethical guidelines through the covenant between God and His chosen people.


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