from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A commandment.
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- noun obsolete Commandment.
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- noun obsolete
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His final sentence has the ring of an Eleventh Com-mandment.
Creyf, has consentyt heirto, and commendit us to hys writtings to do the samyn, keip this our mandment for your warand, and cause the samyn to be fulfyllyt, sa that we heir na complant tharof in tymys cuming.
Then we went to prayer, and my Lord commanded Mr. Greenhaugh to read the Decalogue, and at the end of every com - mandment made his confession, and then received absolution and the sacrament; after which, and prayers ended, he called for pen and ink, and wrote his last speech, also a note to Sir E. S.
So that he who teaches offenders to disregard this sentence, which is authorized by God to awaken and terrify them into repentance, does the same as if he should teach thieves to disregard the eighth com. mandment, which was given by God to affright people from stealing.
Quest What is the mttti Cam - Nat Uttiyeu pasgoegtm taitie mandment?
Quest What is the fifth Com - mandment f Answ, Honour thy father and mother, that thou mayest long li?
SECONDLY, Another fin forbidden in this com - mandment is profanenefs, which is the not worfliip - ping and glorifying the true God as God and our God, and ipuch more the aAing againft his hoaouTi quite contrary to thofe duties of worihip and honour that we owe nim.
For the first com - not to be limited to that which has mandment, seen a s a pyramidal appeared in stone for they are the throne, expresses the unity of the Light energies structuring a n d re - Father YHWH as our supreme un - structuring stone, giving to Man foldment of the Ancient of Days, the myriad wavelengths of Light so Lord of Lords and God of Gods to that he can penetrate all form. whom all shall bow their head.
It happed that, at the mandment of the Emperor, many bishops came to Rome, among whom were there the holy man Paulinus, the patriarch of Antioch, and Epiphanius, bishop of Cyprus, of whom she was esprised in good virtues, so that she gave largely of her goods for God’s sake.
(as St. Paul describes it) "the first com - mandment with promise ®; '" — the first com - mandment, to the performance of which he hath graciously annexed the promise of a blessings For his exemplary observance of this commandment, the Patriarch, whose character we are examining, was memora - bly and illustriously distinguished.