quick reference: Exodus 20:4 Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth. == == == == === === NO, it is not a violation, because the fish is not a graven image aside from the Lord. It is about the Lord. It is amazing what lengths one will go to find something wrong with what a well meaning Christian (that has a fish on his car) does.
It is not a violation because Jesus Christ, Son of Man, Savior is the acronym in English for the Greek word Ichthus which means fish. Also fish were spoken of frequently in The Bible. Some of Jesus followers were fishermen and he told them that he would make them fishers of men, speaking of when they would become Apostles and preach his word. Jesus did miracles with loaves and fishes by multiplying a few to feed thousands. There are other areas of the Bible that fish are significant. The fact that Jesus would consider a simple unworldly thing such as fishing says a lot about what a wonderful, humble man and God that he was to get on the every man's level.
Exodus 20 v4 only relates to bowing down and worshiping an object, so you'd have to say that unless someone was doing that to the fish sticker, it wouldn't be wrong. Can't say I've seen too many people doing that...
The fish symbol is generally used to signify that you are a follower of Jesus.
the 10th commandment is "You shall not covet". Do not covet anything that is your neighbors
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You shall not steal (Exodus ch.20).
The first commandment of the 10 there are from Exodus is as follows. I am the Lord your God. You shall have no other gods before me.
Exodus 20:13 and Deuteronomy 5:17.
In Exodus 20: 2-17 there are 17 commandment statements. In Deuteronomy 5: 6-21 there are 21 commandment statements. These are usually condensed into 10 statements. Jewish tradition teaches that there are 613 commandments (see related link below)
The fifth of the 10 Commandments is to honor one's father and mother (Exodus ch.20).
Exodus chapter 20, and Exodus chapter 34. There are two different sets of 10 commandments. The first is the law of God, the second is the law of Moses.
That is the ninth commandment, Exodus 20:16.
A Biblical passage (or, paragraph) in which the Ten Commandments are broken is found in the Old Testament book of Exodus, Chapter 32. Here, the Israelites build and then worship a 'Golden Calf,' which is an explicit violation of the First Commandment: 'Thou shalt have no other gods before me.'
Yes. Exodus 20:8, " Remember the Sabbath day and keep it holy" (Wikipedia)
The Torah states explicitly that keeping the Fifth Commandment (honoring one's father and mother) will bring the blessing of a long life (Exodus ch.20).
After Moses had, in anger, broken the two tables of the first ten commandment covenant, God renewed it with Mose by giving him a second set of tables. (Exodus 32.19 and Exodus 34.1)
A:The fourth commandment says to do no work on the Sabbath, nor to require or request others to do so or even allow a slave or animal to do so, although it is almost never honoured. The Book of Exodus explains this commandment because God rested on the seventh day, whereas the Book of Deuteronomy justifies it because God led the Israelites out of Egypt. There is no other biblical explanation of the commandment or of any other underlying values represented by the commandment.
from Exodus 20-- 7 You shall not make wrongful use of the name of the Lord your God, for the Lord will not acquit anyone who misuses his name.
Ephesians 6:2 (NIV) says, "'Honor your father and mother'-- which is the first commandment with a promise--.This is a reference to Exodus 20:12 (NIV), "Honor your father and your mother, so that you may live long in the land the Lord your God is giving you."
Well, first of all, commandments don't ask. They command.In Exodus, the 4th commandment says: Remember the day of Sabbath to make it holy.In Deuteronomy, the 4th commandment says: Guard the day of Sabbath to make it holy.
Exodus 20:17 is the tenth commandment it is a prohibition of courteousness. It refers to thoughts and shows us the law of God not only forbids external acts of sin but also inward acts - which are not known by others - are also sinful .
It was Moses who received the written Ten Commandments (the two Stone Tablets) and conveyed them to the Israelites (Exodus 31:18).
The "Exodus" ... the departure of the Israelites en mass from their unpleasant, forced sojournin Egypt ... is generally considered to have taken place in a year somewhere around 1470 BCE.Instructions for how they were to spend thair last night in Egypt, and the commandmentto repeat the observance on the same date every year in the future, were communicatedto them immediately before the Exodus.Answer:The traditional date for the Exodus is 1312 BCE. The Passover was instituted at that time (Exodus ch.12).
The tenth Commandment (Exodus 20:17: "Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor any thing that is thy neighbour's."According to the Book of Exodus, the Ten Commandments were given to Moses by God. However, this commandment is out of place for a wandering band and would remain anachronistic for centuries after the time attributed to Moses. It was clearly written later in the first millennium BCE. There are grounds for assigning this to the anonymous seventh-century-BCE source now known as the Deuteronomist.
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Honor your father and your mother, so that your days may be long in the land that the Lord your God is giving you, Exodus 20:12
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