Show: A Question of Ethics

Episode: The Ten Commandments of God - Interpreted with Present Day Words - Part 1

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The Ten Commandments of God through Moses are a gift of love from the Eternal to His human children, a help for their life. They are excerpts from the all-encompassing eternal law of infinity. The life is God, the free Spirit, which is one and the same in all cultures worldwide. The free Spirit in all cultures worldwide is the unending diversity and fullness of the Being. Each Commandment of God is a gateway to the fullness of life because God, the free Spirit, is the life. For approximately 35 years, the free Spirit, the Spirit of the Christ of God, has been giving revelations through His prophetess, His speaking instrument, Gabriele, who is also the emissary from heaven. The Christ of God, the free Spirit, is not tied to an external religion for - just as Jesus of Nazareth taught and as the Christ of God teaches today - every person is the temple of God and thus, needs no temple, no church of stone, to find God, the eternal All-Intelligence, the eternal Spirit, and worship Him. Today, the Christ of God speaks into the New Era. God, the Eternal, does not change. He is the same, yesterday, today and tomorrow. This is also true of the Ten Commandments of God through Moses.

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Date SD Episode Video Uploaded: Saturday, October 1, 2016 - 07:27

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