TEACHING DELIVERED THROUGH
FRANCES MARIE KLUG
ON JULY 2, 1981

"A WISE MAN'S CHOICE - FOLLOW UNQUESTIONABLY GOD'S TEN COMMANDMENTS"

JULY 2, 1981

“A WISE MAN’S CHOICE —
FOLLOW UNQUESTIONABLY GOD’S
TEN COMMANDMENTS”

“Do I really believe in the Ten Commandments?

Do I really see the Ten Commandments as the Guidelines for my life?

Do I understand the necessity for the Ten Commandments to tell me what I cannot do?

Do I understand the purpose behind These Commandments saying, ‘I shall not do this, I shall not do this, I shall not do this’?

Looking at the Ten Commandments realistically, positively, understandingly, reasonably, logically, and obediently, the wisdom that is contained within each Commandment is simple and yet profound.  They leave no question as to what is permissible by God for the good of our Soul.  They leave no room for doubt as to what He wants us to do and to not do.  Each Commandment in its entirety gives an importance to every facet of our life.  Each Commandment, though it says, ‘Thou shalt not’, it also is saying the opposite of this is permissible, and the opposite of this is sound and good.

People who deny the value of the Ten Commandments are fooling themselves into a life that has no strength, no guidelines, no assurance of stability nor of hope.  The Ten Commandments do not allow people to dangle in knowing what to do.  The Ten Commandments eliminate chaos where man’s judgment is concerned, man’s logic is made to make decisions of right or wrong.

The Ten Commandments are the basis for all morals.  In a civilized world that we are supposed to have at this time, the Ten Commandments are more important to us now because on the very Strength of Them, in the very Truth and Guidelines of Them, a dignified, sound culture of life is established by Them.  There is no room for a barbaric or inhuman conception of life.  The Ten Commandments demand respect for God, and demand respect for each man to another.

The Ten Commandments are not unreasonable; They are reasonable, and were set forth by God to be the Guidelines for all time, for all men, for all races, all colors, all creeds.”

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