TEACHING DELIVERED THROUGH
FRANCES MARIE KLUG
ON SEPTEMBER 23, 1983

SEPTEMBER 23, 1983

“Every man has a method of doing things; some men practice what is termed ‘ordinary’ to other men, some men have peculiar methods, peculiar only because they are not consistent in an order used by other men.

GOD’S TEN COMMANDMENTS are Mandates, Commands, Rules, that must be followed by all men.  There is no chance for peculiarities to be considered.  There are no definite methods that men can determine other than to be based on Truth, sound moral action, thought and deed.  Moral values, immoral values, can be seen as the right and the wrong of doing things.

Men cannot say that another man has a method of obedience to GOD’S TEN COMMANDMENTS, nor can he say a man has peculiar habits or practices regarding GOD’S TEN COMMANDMENTS. GOD’S TEN COMMANDMENTS are structured in such a manner and way that there can be no guesswork or personal assumption or presumption, opinion or theory, in determining the Facts God projected in how He wanted man to live a moral and pure life with the Goal of Sainthood for his Soul.”

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