Biblical Laws and commandments

The Ten Commandments

Responsibilities to God

1. I am the LORD your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage. You shall have no other gods before me.

2. You shall not take the name of the LORD your God in vain.

3. Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy.

Responsibilities to Man

4. Honor your father and your mother.

5. You shall not kill.

6. You shall not commit adultery.

7. You shall not steal.

8. You shall you bear false witness against your neighbor.

9. You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife.

10. You shall not covet your neighbor’s house, or his field, or his manservant, or his maidservant, or his ox, or his ass, or anything that is your neighbor’s.

The Seven Deadly Sins

The Seven Deadly Sins

— Pride

— Envy

— Gluttony

— Lust

— Anger

— Greed

— Sloth

The Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit

The Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit

— Wisdom

— Understanding

— Counsel

— Fortitude

— Knowledge

— Piety

— Fear of the Lord

The Nine Supernatural Gifts of the Holy Spirit

— Wisdom

— Knowledge

— Faith

— Healing

— Working of miracles

— Prophecy

— Discernment of spirits

— Speaking in various tongues

— Interpretation of tongues

The Twelve Fruits of the Holy Spirit

 The Twelve Fruits of the Holy Spirit

— Charity
— Joy
— Peace
— Patience
— Benignity (kindness)
— Goodness
— Long-suffering (patient suffering over an extended period)
— Mildness
— Faith
— Modesty
— Continency (self-restraint or abstinence)
— Chastity

Six things the Lord hates

“There are six things which the LORD hates, seven which are an abomination to him: haughty eyes, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that devises wicked plans, feet that make haste to run to evil, a false witness who breathes out lies, and a man who sows discord among brothers.”
— Proverbs 6:16-19 RSV

The Report of Pontius Pilate, Governor of Judea; sent to August Caesar in Rome

 “And at the time he was crucified there was darkness over all the world, the sun being darkened at mid-day, and the stars appearing, but in them there appeared no lustre; and the moon, as if turned into blood, failed in her light.”

    To the most mighty, venerable, most divine, and most terrible, the august Cæsar, Pilate the governor of the East sends greeting. I have, O most mighty, a narrative to give you, on account of which I am seized with fear and trembling. For in this government of mine, of which one of the cities is called Jerusalem, all the people of the Jews have delivered to me a man named Jesus, bringing many charges against him, which they were not able to convict him of by the consistency of their evidence. And one of the heresies they had against him was, that Jesus said that their Sabbath should not be a day of leisure, and should not be observed. For he performed many cures on that day: he made the blind receive their sight, the lame walk.

The Report of Pontius Pilate, Governor of Judea; sent to Tiberius Ceasar in Rome

  “And amid the terror dead men were seen rising again, so that the Jews who saw it said, We beheld Abraham and Isaac, and Jacob, and the twelve patriarchs, who died some two thousand five hundred years before, and we beheld Noah clearly in the body.”

     I HAVE undertaken to communicate to thy goodness by this my writing, though possessed with much fear and trembling, most excellent king, the present state of affairs, as the result hath shown. For as I administered this province, my lord, according to the command of thy serenity, which is one of the eastern cities called Jerusalem, wherein the temple of the nation of the Jews is erected, all the multitude of the Jews, being assembled, delivered up to me a certain man called Jesus, bringing many and endless accusations against him; but they could not convict him in anything. But they had one heresy against him, that he said the sabbath was not their proper rest.

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