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  • LUTHER’S LITTLE INSTRUCTION BOOK -
    THE TEN COMMANDMENTS


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    THE TEN COMMANDMENTS

    The Simple Way a Father Should Present Them to His Household

    A. The First Commandment

    You must not have other gods.

    • Q. What does this mean?
    • A. We must fear, love, and trust God more than anything else.

    B. The Second Commandment

    You must not misuse your God’s name.

    C. The Third Commandment

    You must keep the Sabbath holy.

    • Q. What does this mean?
    • A. We must fear and love God, so that we will not look down on preaching or God’s Word, but consider it holy, listen to it willingly, and learn it.

    D. The Fourth Commandment

    You must honor your father and mother. (So that things will go well for you and you will live long on earth).

    • Q. What does this mean?
    • A. We must fear and love God, so that we will neither look down on our parents or superiors nor irritate them, but will honor them, serve them, obey them, love them and value them.

    E. The Fifth Commandment

    You must not kill.

    • Q. What does this mean?
    • A. We must fear and love God, so that we will neither harm nor hurt our neighbor’s body, but help him and care for him when he is ill.

    F. The Sixth Commandment

    You must not commit adultery.

    • Q. What does this mean?
    • A. We must fear and love God, so that our words and actions will be clean and decent and so that everyone will love and honor their spouses.

    G. The Seventh Commandment

    You must not steal.

    • Q. What does this mean?
    • A. We must fear and love God, so that we will neither take our neighbor’s money or property, nor acquire it by fraud or by selling him poorly made products, but will help him improve and protect his property and career.

    H. The Eighth Commandment

    You must not tell lies about your neighbor.

    • Q. What does this mean?
    • A. We must fear and love God, so that we will not deceive by lying, betraying, slandering or ruining our neighbor’s reputation, but will defend him, say good things about him, and see the best side of everything he does.

    I. The Ninth Commandment

    You must not desire your neighbor’s house.

    • Q. What does this mean?
    • A. We must fear and love God, so that we will not attempt to trick our neighbor out of his inheritance or house, take it by pretending to have a right to it, etc. but help him to keep and improve it.

    J. The Tenth Commandment

    You must not desire your neighbor’s wife, servant, maid, animals or anything that belongs to him.

    • Q. What does this mean?
    • A. We must fear and love God, so that we will not release his cattle, take his employees from him or seduce his wife, but urge them to stay and do what they ought to do.

    K. The Conclusion to the Commandments

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