10 Commandments Dual Translation

The 10 Commandments was not given to Moses in English. It was given to Moses, written in a language called “Aramaic” which in that past time was the main written language of the Jews (Whom received it)..

God (Yodh He Waw He) wrote his accurate name onto the 10 commandments which was written as יהוה and Aramaic is read from right to left so that is pronounced in every language as
“Yodh He Waw He”.

Our suggestion is for you to get a copy of the 10 Commandments with the original Aramaic language on it and the translation into your language. Basically a Dual Translation.

Temporary Screenshot Of The Product, Seeking Higher Quality Photo Of The Product

Above is the Poster we are suggesting to our English members.

As you can see this poster is beautiful and the website it is sold from allows you to customize it the way you want it.

The customizer for the product allows you to add your own text and pictures onto this poster of the 10 Commandments, so for churches that’s a benefit because they can place their logo on it or a custom message.

The link to this English and Aramaic dual translation 10 Commandments poster is from Zazzle.com and is below.

The Ten Commandments Dual Translation Poster

I hope you enjoy the product, once again we do not our self sell it, it is a love driven suggestion.

If you want to view the designer of the posters company page and information the link is below, this link would be the place to message them with questions or view more of their products.

The WORD in HEBREW: Designs & Collections on Zazzle

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  The Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:2-17 NKJV)
1“I am the Lord your (Creator) יהוה (Yodh He Waw He) (English Nickname = God).
2“Thou shalt have no other Creators than יהוה (Yodh He Waw He) (God).” (Worship is connected with the Creator as a thanks for our self being Created)
3“You shall not take the name of the Lord your (Creator) יהוה (Yodh He Waw He ) (God) in vain (Vain can be comprehended along with the word Vanity).”
4“Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.”
5“Honor your Father and your Mother.”
6“You shall not murder.
7“You shall not commit adultery (Fornication From Marital Relations Outside The Given Marriage).
8“You shall not steal.
9“You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.
10“You shall not covet your neighbor.”

The Jerusalem Bible

Do you enjoy originality? Perhaps you are like me, an English speaker. However the Tanakh and Old Testament Bible were originally written in Hebrew (Aramaic). Well I have got a item you may possibly want to add to your collection of religious trinkets. It is called the “Jerusalem Bible” or “Koren Tanakh”. It is the… Continue reading The Jerusalem Bible

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