Does the first commandment show who the author of the law is?


"Thou shall have no other gods before Me." Ex. 20: 3.
NOTE - Who the "me" here spoken of is, the commandment itself does not state. Such a
prohibition might come from any source. Any heathen could claim it as a command from his god, and, so
far as the commandment itself goes, no one could disprove his claim.

What were these gifts that Christ gave to men?
Was it God's design that all should possess the same gifts?
How faithfully should parents teach their children the Word of God?
What plain proposition did he submit to all Israel?
What were the names of these seven churches?
Why is it better to go to the house of mourning than to the house of feasting?
Whom does the Lord chasten?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle