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02. Exodus Chapter 20 - King James Version KJV Alexander Scourby Free Audio Video Bible

chapter 20 and God spake all these words

saying I am THE LORD thy God which have

brought thee out of the land of Egypt

out of the house of bondage thou shalt

have no other gods before me thou shalt

not make unto thee any graven image or

any likeness of anything that is in

heaven above or that is in the earth

beneath or that is in the water under

the earth thou shalt not bow down

thyself to them nor serve for I the LORD

thy God am a jealous God visiting the

iniquity of the father's upon the

children unto the third and fourth

generation of them that hate me and

showing mercy unto thousands of them

that love me and keep my Commandments

thou shalt not take the name of the LORD

thy God in vain for the Lord will not

hold him guiltless that taketh his name

in vain I remember the Sabbath day to

keep it holy six days shalt thou labor

and do all thy work but the seventh day

is the Sabbath of the LORD thy God in it

thou shalt not do any work thou nor thy

son nor thy daughter thy manservant nor

thy maidservant nor thy cattle nor thy

stranger that is within thy gate for in

six days the Lord made heaven and earth

the sea and all that in them is and

rested the seventh day wherefore the

Lord blessed the Sabbath day and

hallowed it honor thy father and thy


that thy days may be long upon the land

which the LORD thy God giveth thee thou

shalt not kill thou shalt not commit

adultery thou shalt not steal thou shalt

not bear false witness against thy

neighbor thou shalt not covet thy

neighbor's house thou shalt not covet

thy neighbor's wife nor his manservant

nor his maidservant nor his ox nor his

ass nor anything that is thy neighbor's

all the people saw the thunderings and

the light wings and the noise of the

trumpet in the mountains smoking and

when the people saw it they removed and

stood afar off and they said unto Moses

speak thou with us and we will hear but

let not God speak with us lest we die

and Moses said unto the people fear not

for God has come to prove you and that

his fear may be before your faces that

ye sin not and the people stood afar off

and Moses drew near unto the thick

darkness where God was and the Lord said

unto Moses thus thou shalt say unto the

children of Israel he have seen that I

have talked with you from heaven him he

shall not make with me gods of silver

neither shall he make unto you gods of

gold and altar of Earth how shalt make

unto me and shalt sacrifice there on thy

burnt offerings and by peace offerings

thy sheep and dine oxen in all places

where I record my name I will come unto

thee and I will bless thee and if thou

wilt make me an altar of stone

thou shalt not build it of Hume stone

for if thou lift up thy tool upon it

thou hast polluted it neither shalt thou

go up by steps unto mine altar that thy

nakedness be not discovered thereon