Matthew 23:13.
But woe unto you, Scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye shut up the kingdom of heaven against men: for ye neither go in yourselves, neither suffer ye them that are entering to go in.


Luke 11:46.
And he said, Woe unto you also, ye lawyers! for ye lade men with burdens grievous to be borne, and ye yourselves touch not the burdens with one of your fingers.

52.  Woe unto you, lawyers! for ye have taken away the key of knowledge: ye entered not in yourselves, and them that were entering in ye hindered.


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The Ten Commandments

Bible Law Course

Sculpture of Moses in U.S. Capital Building


  This is the first page of a series of web pages that present basic and rejected information about the Ten Commandments in the Bible and in American history.  

 This web site contains a Ten Commandments Bible Course and a large number of related Bible Studies focused on the Ten Commandments; the United States in Bible prophecy; and even the Book of Revelation. The picture at the upper-left is Moses as found in the Chambers of the House of Representatives. On the upper-right Moses and the Ten Commandments as found on the east side of the United States Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C..   For more information click on the pictures.

Inside The U.S. Supreme Court building another sculpture of Moses holding The Ten Commandments. 

  1. The Ten Commandments and their explanation. The listing of the Ten Commandments in Exodus and Deuteronomy take up just one half of one page in your Bible. (Just 1% of Deuteronomy.) Deuteronomy is the fifth book of the Bible. Books have three things; (1) A title, (2) a Table of Contents and (3) chapters. This listing is much like a ten chapter book's Table of Contents. To understand a whole book you must know more than just the title and brief half page Table of Contents. Deuteronomy's chapters are Moses' explanation of God's Law. Most Americans think they know the Ten Commandments, but most Americans, even the Clergy, have never, ever had these commandments explained to them. 
  2. Deuteronomy was quoted by Jesus Christ more than any other book. Think a moment, if you do not know and understand Deuteronomy, then how can you understand Jesus when he quotes it?
  3. About 71% of the Bible is about government. Deuteronomy and many other books of the Bible were written by heads of state (presidents, governors and kings) not by clergymenWe offer proof. Check it out for yourself.
  4. ALL of America's social, economic and health problems are cause by the violation of God's Law. ALL these problems are solvable by the application of God's given laws. Other solutions will not work.  These laws from God for the good of society are recorded in Deuteronomy, explained by Moses, confirmed by Jesus Christ, taught by the Apostle Paul, rejected by today's churches and politicians.
  5. This Bible Study is not about 'Personal Salvation'. (We will leave that to your Pastor.) Rather, it is about National Salvation, and a national code of conduct. The 'other side of the coin'. The rest of the story. You will not be asked to attend, join or donate to any group, church or organization.
  6. In 1892 the United States was a Christian nation. The United States was founded a republic by Christians. Most of its citizens are Christians. One national song, My Country Tis of Thee identifies Jesus Christ as our king.
  7. Historically, America's basic moral code has been The Ten Commandments. In this Bible study we will show that each and every commandment, all ten, have been a part of our legal system here in North America for almost 400 years!
  8. This course offers proof from history, from governmental documents such as State Constitutions and even from our highest court, the U.S. Supreme Court. You can read it for yourself.
  9. America is mentioned in the Bible. Some have called this "the greatest discovery of our age," but this is not new information. It has been known by many for well over 200 years. The Old Testaments Prophets wrote about America. Jesus kingdom parables describe America. Keep and open mind and check it out for yourself.
  10. America has enemies who know and understand The Ten Commandments and they use this information against us. The Doctrine of Balaam is the basic weapon they use in their effort to destroy Christian America. Every Christian needs to know how this works. Every Pastor should warn his congregation. Once the Doctrine of Balaam is explained, any child can understand the trick.

   At the bottom of each page you will find a question. Upon answering you will not be given a 'right' or 'wrong' reply. Rather you will see how others answered that question in the past. You can compare your answer with theirs and form your own conclusions.

Click here.First, more about Moses in America. In Washington, D.C., in the Capitol Building, in the Chambers of the House of Representatives, on the wall directly opposite the Speaker's chair there is a sculpture of Moses. Symbolically, Moses watches over the House of Representatives.  And the House looks to Moses for instruction. (Did you notice? Moses has horns! For more information click on the picture.)

   If you were to leave the U.S. Capitol Building through the subway in the basement, again you would see the same sculpture of Moses greeting all who pass.

   Depictions of the Ten Commandments adorn several of the more important government buildings in the nationís capitol. For example, every visitor that enters the National Archives to view the original Constitution and Declaration of Independence must first pass by The Ten Commandments embedded in the entryway to the Archives  

Continuing our journey around Washington we would come to the Jefferson Memorial. Inside the memorial, on the wall, you will find these words.

Jefferson spoke well of the Ten Commandments. Click to look inside.  "Almighty God hath created the mind free, all attempts to influence it by temporal punishments or burthens ... are a departure from the plan of the Holy Author of our religion ... no man shall be compelled to frequent or support any religious worship or ministry or shall otherwise suffer on account of his religious opinions or belief, but all men shall be free to profess and by argument to maintain, their opinions in matters of religion. I know but one code of morality for men whether acting singly or collectively."  (Click on the Jefferson Memorial.)

 What do you think?



Question: When Jefferson said, "I know but one code of morality for men whether acting singly or collectively." he had in mind The Ten Commandments.*




* Privacy: The provider of this course does not track any individual answers/votes. It is only the number of votes that is recorded, not who voted for what. The numbers of votes are returned to the students as percents.

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