In my quest for understanding my own role in G-d’s plan for the world, I have been blessed to learn some of the wisdom that G-d has been trying to teach ALL of his children. Unfortunately, men have taken these teachings and attributed them to other men. People who truly yearn to understand G-d’s will are misled into violating the number one law to acknowledge the on true G-d and to not replace Him by worshipping idols, other people or our own desires.

In other words, by praying “in the name of…” anybody other than G-d is strictly forbidden. G-d is the only one who can forgive our sins. A man who preaches falsehoods that completely defy G-d’s law as delivered to Moses on Mt. Sinai – like the falsehoods found in the teachings attributed to the Muslim “prophet” Muhammed – is not a prophet of G-d. Those who follow his teachings are being led astray and will be cut off from G-d’s divine holiness if they fail to repent from their dark path and embrace the light of the Seven Laws of Noah.

I found this list of those laws here:

Universal Morality – Action

THE 7 LAWS

1
Acknowledge that there is only one G-d who is Infinite and Supreme above all things. Do not replace that Supreme Being with finite idols, be it yourself, or other beings. This command includes such acts as prayer, study and meditation.

2
Respect the Creator. As frustrated and angry as you may be, do not vent it by cursing your Maker.

3
Respect human life. Every human being is an entire world. To save a life is to save that entire world. To destroy a life is to destroy an entire world. To help others live is a corollary of this principle.

4
Respect the institution of marriage. Marriage is a most Divine act. The marriage of a man and a woman is a reflection of the oneness of G-d and His creation. Disloyalty in marriage is an assault on that oneness.

5
Respect the rights and property of others. Be honest in all your business dealings. By relying on G-d rather than on our own conniving, we express our trust in Him as the Provider of Life.

6
Respect G-d’s creatures. At first, Man was forbidden to consume meat. After the Great Flood, he was permitted – but with a warning: Do not cause unnecessary suffering to any creature.

7
Maintain justice. Justice is G-d’s business, but we are given the charge to lay down necessary laws and enforce them whenever we can. When we right the wrongs of society, we are acting as partners in the act of sustaining the creation.

The Jewish people were chosen to teach these laws to the rest of the world. We were also given the task of keeping all 613 of the laws given to us in the Torah. Understandably, we’ve been having a hard time just keeping our own laws. Fortunately for the world, we are awakening and these universal laws are being spread among the faithful once again.

For those of you who come from a Christian background, please understand that Jesus was a very holy and righteous Jew to whom all Jews are eternally bound, but even Jesus would be very disturbed at the way his image has been elevated and worshipped in the place of G-d. So, by all means, study his life and the writings he inspired, but don’t make the mistake of idolizing him or the people who would ask you to violate G-d’s law in the name of any man.

If you want to know more about how you can serve G-d find your nearest Rabbi and see if he can help you find a proper Torah study group. I have found the following websites helpful:

http://www.noahide.com/

http://www.noahide.org/

http://www.noahidenations.com/

http://www.israelnationalradio.com/

http://www.chabad.org/

You can also google “noahide” and “seven laws of Noah” to find other organizations in your area who can help you learn how you can help bring about G-d’s plan for the world to come.

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