When he returns to earth Jesus will exercise absolute authority over all nations. He will administer the Law given through Moses; the Law the nations of the world have rejected for generations. The same Law rejected by those in the Church who fail to understand that only the Ceremonial Laws were finished on the cross. The Moral Laws will never pass away. Jesus will demonstrate how God's Laws really do work for the benefit of mankind. God's commandments, despised for nearly six thousand years by billions of people, will at last be honored by all the nations of the world. Many of these Laws will serve as the basis for the Law to be administered during the Millennium.
the Law of Moses (or Torah)

To know that God exists (Ex. 20:2; Deut. 5:6)
Not to entertain the idea that there is any god but the Eternal (Ex. 20:3)
Not to blaspheme Ex. 22:28), the penalty for which is death (Lev. 24:16)
To hallow God's name (Lev. 22:32)
Not to profane God's name (Lev. 22:32)
To know that God is One, a complete Unity (Deut. 6:4)
To love God (Deut. 6:5)
To fear Him reverently (Deut. 6:13; 10:20)
Not to put the word of God to the test (Deut. 6:16)
To imitate His good and upright ways (Deut. 28:9)
To honor the old and the wise (Lev. 19:32)
To learn the Law and to teach it (Deut. 6:7)
To cleave to those who know Him (Deut. 10:20)
Not to add to the commandments of the Law(Deut. 13:1)
Not to take away from the commandments of the Law(Deut. 13:1)
That every person shall write a copy of the Law for himself (Deut. 31:19)
To pray to God (Ex. 23:25; Deut. 6:13)
To read the Bible in the morning and at night (Deut. 6:7)
To recite grace after meals (Deut. 8:10)
Not to lay down a stone for worship (Lev. 26:1)
Not to stand by idly when a human life is in danger (Lev. 19:16)
Not to wrong any one in speech (Lev. 25:17)
Not to carry tales (Lev. 19:16)
Not to cherish hatred in one's heart (Lev. 19:17)
Not to take revenge (Lev. 19:18)
Not to bear a grudge (Lev. 19:18)
Not to give occasion to the simple-minded to stumble on the road (Lev. 19:14)
To rebuke the sinner (Lev. 19:17)
To relieve a neighbor of his burden and help to unload his beast (Ex. 23:5)
To assist in replacing the load upon a neighbor's beast (Deut. 22:4)
Not to leave a beast, that has fallen down beneath its burden, unaided (Deut. 22:4)
Not to afflict an orphan or a widow (Ex. 22:21)
Not to reap the entire field (Lev. 19:9; Lev. 23:22)
To leave the unreaped corner of the field or orchard for the poor (Lev. 19:9)
Not to gather gleanings (the ears that have fallen to the ground while reaping) (Lev. 19:9)
To leave the gleanings for the poor (Lev. 19:9)
Not to gather the imperfect clusters of the vineyard (Lev. 19:10)
To leave the imperfect clusters of the vineyard for the poor (Lev. 19:10; Deut. 24:21)
Not to gather the grapes that have fallen to the ground (Lev. 19:10)
To leave the single grapes of the vineyard for the poor (Lev. 19:10)
To leave the forgotten sheaves of all fruit trees for the poor (Deut. 24:19-20)
Not to refrain from maintaining a poor man and giving him what he needs (Deut. 15:7)

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