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The Teachings of Moses

Around the world most people are aware of Moses, the individual who executed the plagues upon ancient Egypt and lend the Israelites to the land of Canaan or “the promised land” according to the Hebrew Scriptures. In addition, Moses wrote the down the commandments, laws, and regulations as a printed copy for the third dimension. From the beginning the commandments predominated the knowledge of The Spirit World.

Ascertaining the path of Moses, and how frequently he went up and down the mountain can be challenging. To follow Moses once they got to the mountain the order of events you would have to read in this order, Exodus chapters; 19, 24, 32, 34:1-28, 33:12-23, 34:29-35, 33:1-6. Continuing the journey jumps to the book of Numbers 10:11 through Chapter 14 and so on. Exodus chapters 16-18 should be in the book of Numbers, because they stopped at the Oasis on the way to the mountain and got water, which is not to far away—they plundered the Egyptians and would have had plenty of food with them to the mountain. The Jewish scribes manipulated parts of Exodus through Numbers, yet with divine direction and discernment a person can discover the correct order of events.

Alluding to the commandments it is not a reference to only the “Ten Commandments”

Moses taught, “Do not Steal” a self-explanatory statement. The phrase means not to steal from anyone, despite many individuals in this world will take the temporary advantage to steal another person’s possessions. However, it is noticeable that Moses did not directly say, do not be greedy, do not be selfish, or do not complain. Instead, he taught this in the format of stories. He taught through stories concerning cultivating faith, the action of love, and acceptable behavior to have a close relationship with the Divine Source and the Sacred Spirits.

Moses wrote down the commandments regarding human behavior; he wrote the commandments within the rules and regulations concerning the temple law and priesthood law. Because of this, Moses’ writing style is unique. Considering that the Jewish Scribes tampered with the writings of Moses during the Babylonian exile—the results has produced a struggle to clearly comprehend the context of what Moses taught. The commandments referring to human behavior can be very difficult to comprehend because of the manipulation. The individual student will benefit to study the writings of Moses multiple times until the underlining context is taken to heart and completely understood.

Considering that the whole world, including religion, deposits the writings of Moses on the bookcase to collect dust should not come as a surprise. The facts of the subject are that Judaism follows the Talmud and the Kabbalah, writings of their religion. They grasped from what Moses taught to form their ritualistic religion such as the festivals and the sabbath. The Jewish Scribes created their own rules concerning the Sabbath. The Christians believe in the New Testament, and follow Paul. To be able to understand the New Testament the person has to comprehend what Moses and the Prophets taught, and that is what Paul taught from the Hebrew scriptures. Notice Acts chapter 28:23.

They arranged to meet Paul on a certain day, and came in even larger numbers to the place where he was staying. From morning till evening he explained and declared to them the kingdom of God and tried to convince them about Jesus from the Law of Moses and from the Prophets.

Muslims believe in the Quran. All other religions have there own books. The Mormons have their own book and the Jehovah Witnesses even have their own translation of the bible. Christians believe that the Law of Moses was “done away with” from what Paul wrote, which is a false interpretation. Nobody except for a few certain individuals’ value what Moses wrote. All these religions, most notably Christianity, is deceived into believing that the teaching of Moses has been voided out. This is a lie. Complete falsehood. A Major Deception. Jesus fulfilled the law of the temple and priesthood—not the commandments of human behavior.

Moses wrote down the commandments regarding human behavior; he wrote the commandments within the rules and regulations concerning the temple law and priesthood law

The commandments regarding human behavior that Moses wrote down will always apply to times indefinite – forever. What Moses taught is summed up with two words “Faith and Love”. Jesus taught the same context as Moses, including all of the Prophets and Apostles. For a person to define Faith and Love, the writings of Moses explain in detail on how to go about acting in love, and the lessons that teach Faith. Moses, The Prophets, and the Apostles, also taught about transcending the ego and avoiding all attachments. Due to the culture of the time, and the writing styles, these subjects can be complicated to recognize. Transcending the ego is relates to the teachings of humility.

The Prophets always supported Moses. They showed that the sacrifices and festivals of the Israelites did not mean a thing as long as they were committing adultery, dishonest gain, gleaning their fields; thus, oppressing the poor. They would not forgive debts, nor let their servants go free on the jubilee of the seventh year. This conduct relates to greed and selfishness, the opposite of love and the action of not being selfish. Moses taught what Ezekiel emphasized in chapter 18.

Suppose there is a righteous man
who does what is just and right.

He does not eat at the mountain shrines
or look to the idols of the house of Israel.
He does not defile his neighbor’s wife
or lie with a woman during her period.

He does not oppress anyone,
but returns what he took in pledge for a loan.
He does not commit robbery
but gives his food to the hungry
and provides clothing for the naked.

He does not lend at usury
or take excessive interest.
He withholds his hand from doing wrong
and judges fairly between man and man.

Moses taught about these behavioral characteristics. If a person loans out money and that person gives you a pledge or “collateral” once the loan is paid the person is suppose to give back the pledge. Don’t steal but feed the hungry. Moses taught the context in a story format that the main point is sometimes masked. Indeed, Moses did not write – Do not be arrogant, selfish, greedy, and do not complain. These negative behaviors were taught through the bad examples of the Israelites in a story format. The lessons of King Saul verses King David are the two best examples; King Saul pursued arrogance, selfishness, greed – King David cultivated the qualities of love and applied the commandments.

Jesus fulfilled the law of the temple and priesthood – not the commandments of human behavior

The problem is our world teaches the opposite of what Moses taught. Humanity is raised with a belief system from the culture of the land, dogma of religion, and the influence of the media. This is why Moses taught to circumcise the heart into a generous, caring, compassionate person, because the darkness rules this world. Additionally, transcending the ego should be a top priority, which Moses taught through the context of Humility – the world is ego driven.

Jesus fulfilled the law of the temple and priests. When the Apostle Paul wrote about the Law, Paul is referring to the temple laws, and the laws of the priesthood – not the commandments. The commandments will apply to times indefinite – clarifying that the commandments of human behavior will apply for the children of light in the ego-less new earth.

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