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Difference Between Decrees, Judgements, Statutes, Precepts, Commandments, and Laws W.A. Liebenberg

Difference Between Decrees, Judgements, Statutes, Precepts, Commandments, and Laws

W.A. Liebenberg

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Reading Psalms 119, we see the following concepts mentioned in the various translations:1) Commandments2) Law3) Way4) Testimonies5) Precepts6) Judgments7) Statutes8) Ordinances9) Word10) Decrees11) Charges12) Right-rulings13) EnactmentMoreReading Psalms 119, we see the following concepts mentioned in the various translations:1) Commandments2) Law3) Way4) Testimonies5) Precepts6) Judgments7) Statutes8) Ordinances9) Word10) Decrees11) Charges12) Right-rulings13) EnactmentDeut 26:16-19 reads:16 Today YHWH your Elohim is commanding you to do these laws and right-rulings. And you shall guard and do them with all your heart and with all your being. 17 You have today caused YHWH to proclaim to be your Elohim, and to walk in His ways and guard His laws, and His commands, and His right-rulings, and to obey His voice. 18 And YHWH has caused you to proclaim today to be His people, a treasured possession, as He has spoken to you, and to guard all His commands, 19 so as to set you high above all nations which He has made, for a praise, and for a name, and for esteem, and for you to be a set-apart people to YHWH your Elohim, as He has spoken.Deut 6:1 reads:And this is the command, the laws and right-rulings which YHWH your Elohim has commanded, to teach you to do in the land which you are passing over to possess,Many Believers say: There are many other places in the Old Testament where these words appear, but I couldnt quite grasp distinctly what they actually mean, and many a time it causes confusion amongst Believers.Come journey with me as we go down the ancient old path where YHWH will reveal to us the truths…We will go through each of these words and approach it from the principle of first mention in Scripture so that we can get the first intended meaning of the word and follow it through the Scripture to prove the consistency of YHWH’s Word: Let’s start with the first word…We inform, you choose.