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 is the very life of the Spirit?
How does Paul speak of the resurrection of Christ?
With what promise do the Old Testament Scriptures close?
Who is responsible for the present state Sunday laws of the United States?
How did the Apostle Peter say the message of the Lord's coming would be treated by some?
What prophecy spoke of their return from captivity?
How suddenly will the plagues come upon modern Babylon?

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