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The Ten Commandments Were For Families - Article
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David P. Livingston - ... Day.” It is a sign of Israel’s covenant with God (Exodus 31:13–17). There was nothing like it in any other nation. It was to be a day of rest and worship for the family (Isaiah 58:13,14). Honor parents: in duty to men, this was...
Giving to Ministries May Be an Act of Dishonoring One's Parents - Article
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Tom Manning - ... His disciples violate God's law by their traditions. He uses Exodus 20:12 (the command to honor ones' parents) and Exodus 21:17 (the command to put to death a child who doesn't honor his parents) to present a hard-hitting condemnation of the...
Exodus 20:13: kill - Study Note
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... see also Romans 13:4), as well as for other crimes (e.g., Exodus 21:17; Leviticus...
Exodus 21:17
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... he that curseth his father, or his mother, shall surely be put to...
Exodus 21:17: put to death - Study Note
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... many crimes for which the law prescribed capital punishment (Exodus 21:12,15,16,17,23,29, etc.). The nation of Israel was promised great blessings as God’s chosen nation, but God required that it be, indeed, a holy...
B.c.? - Article
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Paul G. Humber, M.S. - ... also used the emphatic “I am” of Jehovah (cf. Exodus 3:14), affirming His eternal existence. Those who heard Him understood the claim as blasphemy and picked “up stones to cast at Him” (John 8:59). The Old Testament...
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