Commandment [noun]

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That was a considerable sensible commandment of yourn, always to shoot the foremost of the Mexicans when they attacked.

By his commandment he maketh the snow to fall apace, and sendeth forth swiftly the lightnings of his judgment.

Moreover the woods, and every sweetsmelling tree have overshadowed Israel by the commandment of God.

But his charge, or his law and covenant, as a trust, he explicitly gives his people commandment to keep.

The art of breaking the tenth commandment—thou shalt not covet they neighbor's wife—has reached its highest perfection in France.

At the risk of breaking the tenth commandment myself, I do not hesitate to say, I wish I had written it.

How can that part of the commandment be construed, ‘and the stranger that is within thy gates?’

In the view of these earnest debaters, Protection was the first and last commandment, the law and the prophets.

This fourth commandment was the one that I first understood; and it revealed to me the meaning of all the others.

The first commandment tells us to be at peace with every one and to consider none as foolish or unworthy.