Author : Strittmatter Bill
Title : The ten commandments Bible law course Moses in Washington D.C.
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Moses wrote the first five books of the Bible. The Book of Deuteronomy is the fifth book. This course is based on Moses’s fifth book. The east-side of the U. S. Supreme Court building is decorated with an eighteen-foot high sculpture of Moses holding the Ten Commandments. The governmental buildings and monuments of Washington D.C. contain hundreds of Bible quotations. In our nation’s capitol building, in the chambers of the House of Representatives, thirteen of history’s greatest legislators are honored in sculpture. Moses has the most honored position. Moses is in the center position on the north wall directly across from the Speaker’s seat. Symbolically, Moses watches over our nation’s law-makers and they look to Moses for instruction. At the time of the Exodus, Pharaoh was the governor of Egypt. Moses was the governor of Israel. People often assume that the Bible is about religion, not government. The Bible is about government Moses was the head of the nation’s government. (Aaron was the High Priest and head of the church.) Joshua succeeded Moses as governor of Israel. The books of Joshua, Judges, Kings and Chronicles are about Kings and governors. Joshua was governor after Moses. Next the nation was ruled by judges. Finally Israel had several kings. This national governmental history is recorded in the Bible’s books of Joshua, Judges, Kings and Chronicles. The kings of Israel wrote several books of your Bible; Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and The Song of Solomon. The prophets, such as Isaiah, Jeremiah and Ezekiel were sent to the government of the nation. They delivered God’s word to the king. The Gospels are about the Kingdom of Heaven. In Acts 9:15, Paul was commissioned by Christ to bear His name before kings. Revelation 5:10 reads, ..and we (Christians) shall reign on the earth. In fact, at least 71% of your Bible is about government. As previously mentioned, two sculptures of Moses are in our nation’s Capitol building. One is in the subway for all visitors to see. The other is on the north wall, in the chamber of the House of Representatives. It is directly across from the Speaker’s seat. How about that! Christian art in a government building! Of all the men on earth, Moses was the most qualified to give instruction in government. Why? Because, in addition to experience in the governments of Egypt, Cush and Israel. Moses received personal instruction by God. The legislation recorded in Deuteronomy is inspired and unique. If applied, it would solve all the problems facing American government today. Problems in areas such as crime and punishment, health and safety, economics, inflation, national debt, foreign relations, civil rights, unemployment, race relations, gun control and so on. Moses shows the citizen, clergyman and politician the only way to health, prosperity, and liberty. Moses was inspired to show us the way to economic and military strength, peace, financial stability, and a plentiful supply of goods and services. The result, the abundant realization of the American dream instead of the present situation that is rapidly becoming a nightmare. When Moses was 120 years old, he gathered his people together for a farewell address. He delivered the message on the plains of Moab at the border of the Promised Land. The Book of Deuteronomy records the words of Moses. This book contains much more than just The Ten Commandments as given at Mt. Sinai. Moses reviewed and summarized the nation’s history. He included admonition, counsel, exhortation, instruction and warnings to our ancestors. He repeated certain very important points over and over. He did this to help these people to continue as one nation under God. Moses urged and commanded, parents, civil leaders and clergy to teach all this as a part of the public education system. Children were to begin with The Ten Commandments. Moses commanded that every man, woman and child receive additional instruction at least once every seven years. (Deuteronomy 6:7, 11:19, 31:9-13) You may have heard the saying “ignorance of the law is no excuse.” It came from these words spoken by Moses many years ago. Today, most of us, including the clergy, lack knowledge about, or have never studied Moses’ instruction. And for some unexplained reason the liberal clergy, politicians and bankers go to a great deal of trouble to keep this knowledge from you. ...
Strittmatter Bill - The ten commandments Bible law course Moses in Washington D.C.
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