As learned in the book of Exodus, the Commandments were written by God on two tables of stone and placed on Mount Sinai, which is where Moses discovered them. The Ten Commandments List is mentions twice in the Hebrew Bible (Deuteronomy and Exodus).
Unfortunately, many people who claim to know the Ten Commandments actually do not. It is very important that all Christians and Jews know, understand and follow them. If you don’t know them all, or need to refresh your memory, we have written down the list of the Ten Commandments as set forth in the New Living Translation.
These are the Commandments: ONE: “Don’t worship other gods.” TWO: “Don’t make idols.” THREE: “Don’t use the name of God in vain.” FOUR: “Keep the Sabbath day holy.” FIVE: “Honor your mom and dad.” SIX: “Don’t kill.” SEVEN: “Don’t cheat on your spouse.” EIGHT: “Don’t steal.” NINE: “Don’t bear false witness against your neighbor.” TEN: “Don’t covet your neighbors house/wife.”
On our web site you can view each and every of the ten commandments as well as a very detailed and in-depth explanation on what exactly these commandments mean. Many times they are misinterpreted and our explanations will help you understand what they really mean. You can also share your new knowledge of the Ten Commandments List with your friends and family.