It is of great importance for all Judeo-Christians to understand and live by the Decalogue, also known as the Ten Commandments. It is also imperitive for the Judeo-Christian to have a proper understanding of the 6th Commandment.
The 6th Commandment, given by Ha Shem(hbr.) (God, the Father)to Moses in Hebrew reads as follows:
Proper English Translation: “Thou Shalt Not Commit Murder”
This Commandment is often mis-translated, mis-represented and falsely taught as: Thou shalt not ‘kill.’
Murder is the accurate, direct translation from the Hebrew as it was written.
Why is this important?
The day is coming in the near future where Judeo-Christians are going to be placed in a position where they must decide the following:
1. Allow my family and myself to be led away like lambs to the slaughter?
2. Be Bold and Courageous and stand in the defense of my family, myself and others being led away to harm?
WE are not called to be pacifists… to be weak or to stand idly by as others are harmed or violence ensues.
It is important to know the difference between “Murder and Killing“
to Commit MURDER is the unjustifiable taking of a life.
Murder is the taking of another’s life without provacation or justification.
to KILL is to take a life as a result of provacation and with justification.
Killing is the taking of another’s life in order to defend your family, yourself or the life of another.
So, please remember…
We are commanded not to “Commit Murder” but we ARE NOT commanded…
“Not to Kill.”