The 120 Commandments Of Jesus


Jesus Still Changes Lives With His Commandments, And You Can Be A Part Of It!

When people visit ChristAudio they do so because they want to improve themselves with with Christ. They want more of God to live inside and less of themselves. (John 3:30) They seek to develop the Christ-self within and learning the commandments of Jesus is no different. Improving oneself with His commandments allows the presence of God to increase in us. Here's how Jesus put it:

"He who has My commandments and keeps them, it is he who loves Me. And he who loves Me will be loved by My Father, and I will love him and manifest Myself to him." John 14:21

In other words, if we truly want to show our love for Jesus we will "keep" His commandments. 

How Do We Keep His Commandments?

Keeping Jesus' commandments is relatively easy, and follows the same process as anything we want to adopt as our own. If we want to be an expert in a particular field, we read about it, we practice, we think about, and practice some more. In time, and with continuous study and practice one could be considered an expert. An expert is someone who has comprehensive knowledge about a specific topic.

When we speak to an expert we quickly discover that the field they specialized in is second nature. Think of something you do as second nature, we could say you are an expert at that particular activity. You don't think about, you just do it. If someone asks questions about the activity you could enumerate every step and why each one is important.

They same principle applies to "keeping" the commandments. First you need to be taught, then you think and apply. As you think and apply, your mind quietly meditates in the background about all the principles and mechanics involved. In due time, and as the process repeats itself the material you studied becomes information that influences how you think, act, and speak. It becomes second nature. That's how we "keep" the commandments of Jesus.

To put it another way, the seed of the word will bear fruit when it is carefully and diligently sown in the soul.

Why Are You Reading This Article?

I don't believe in coincidences. I believe God is always at work around us. Finding this page is how God is intervening on your life right now. When you gave your life to Christ you surrendered your will to God. With that surrender came the gift of the Holy Spirit who is charge of helping you in all areas of life, including placing information like this in front of you.

God is the one guiding everything in your life. "A man's heart plans his ways, but the Lord directs his steps." (Proverbs 16:9) In other words, you may have had a reason, or purpose, in seeking something, but God interceded on your behalf with wisdom.

How you respond to God's intercession is very important to your development with the Lord. If you accept what God places in you path and take action, God's blessings will come upon you.

The Benefits Of Keeping His Commandments

In John 14:21 Jesus states that whoever keeps His commandments will be blessed with God's manifest presence, a real tangible presence that affects who we are and the life around us.

The most astounding benefit one receives however, is the exponential growth of God's presence. The ever increasing presence of God within us occurs when we share the commandments with others. In Mathew 5:19 Jesus emphatically asserts that if you follow His commandments and share them with others, you will enter the kingdom with great status.

The highest and best blessings will come to you when you share them with others.

Sharing His Commandments With Others

Unlike anytime in history, you stand at the door of many blessings. With today's technology you can share this web-page with hundreds, even thousands of people worldwide.

Now think about what Jesus said. If you follow and share His commandments with others, you will be called great in the kingdom of heaven. The reason why He stated this is because as you share with others, His presence becomes more manifest in others due to your actions. When you become the reason for God's presence to increase in others, you become the target of Hid blessing.

It's no coincidence that you are reading this article right now. Through a series of circumstances God led you to this page and has presented you with an opportunity that will positively affect many people.

By being a blessing to others, you become blessed.

Help God move more of His presence into other lives. Share this page with others.

Listen To The Commandments of Jesus

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The 120 Commandments Of Jesus

 1. To live by every Word that proceeds from the mouth of God. Mt 4:4, Lk 4:4 (literal Greek)

2. Not to test God. Mt 4:7, 12:38, 16:1 – 4, Mk 8:12, Lk 4:12, 11:29, 20:23  

3. To love God continually and wholeheartedly. Mt 4:10, Mt 10:37, Mt 22:37, Mk 12:30, Lk 4:8, Lk 10:27 Jn 4:23 – 24, Lk 14:26

4. To serve God perpetually. Mt 4:10, 6:24, 24:46, Lk 12:21, 12:43

5. To love and serve others. Mt 12:12, 20:26, 27 – 28, 22:39, Mk 3:4, 6:9 – 11, 9:35, 10:42 – 45, 12:31, Lk 10:27, 13:14 – 16, 14:3 – 6, 22:26 – 27,  Jn 13:34 – 35, 15:12 – 13, 17  

6. To do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Mt 7:12, Lk 6:31

7. To love your enemy. Mt 5:44, Lk 6:27, 35

8. To do good to those who hate you. Mt 5:44, Lk 6:27

9. To bless those who curse you. Mt 5:44, Lk 6:28
10. To pray for those who mistreat you and take advantage of you. Mt 5:44, Lk 6:28, 23:34

11. Not to seek revenge. Mt 5:39

12. Not to oppose someone who hurts you. Mt 5:39, Lk 6:29

13. To forgive unconditionally. Mt 6:14, 18:22 – 35, Mk 11:25, Lk 6:37, 15:20 – 22, 17:4, Jn 8:7 – 11   

14. To limit anger. Mt 5:22

15. Not to belittle people. Mt 5:22

16. Not to speak derogatorily of others. Mt 5:22

17. Not to hold a grudge. Lk 15:25 – 32

18. Not to judge others. Mt 7:1, Lk 6:37

19. Not to condemn others. Lk 6:37

20. To mourn in faithfulness. Mt 5:4, Lk 6:21

21. To relinquish to God in meekness. Mt 5:5, 8:19 – 22, Lk 12:21, Lk 17:6 – 10

22. To be kind and merciful. Mt 5:7, 9:13, 12:7, 23:23, Lk 6:36, 10:30 – 37, 11:42, 14:13 – 14, 15:11 – 32, 16:19 – 31

23. To be a worker of peace. Mt 5:9, 24, 10:13. Lk 10:5 – 6, Jn 14:27

24. To know that the ways of the world lead to destruction. Mt 7:12, 14

25. Not to commit sexual immorality. Mt 5:27

26. Not to have lustful thoughts because it causes people to sin. Mt 5:28, 12:33, 15:11, Mk 7:21 – 23

27. To know that you can change. Mt 12:33

28. To take extreme measures in the prevention of lustful thoughts. Mt 5:29 – 30, 18:7 – 9, Mk 9:43 – 48

29. To remain spiritually pure by not indulging in a worldly lifestyle. Mt 5:3, 5:8, 23:25 – 26,  Mk 12:38 – 39, Lk 6:20, 6:24 – 26, 9:25, 12:15, 16:19 – 31, 20:46, Jn 12:25. Lk

30. To follow the commandments of God unto perfection. Mt 5:45, 48, 10: 24 – 25, 19:21, Lk 6:35

31. To cultivate the word of God within you until it bears fruit. Mt 12:33, 35 – 37, 13:12, 23, 21:43, Mk 4:20, 6:45, Lk 8:8, 15, 11:28, Jn 14:23, 15:2

32. To eat of the Lord's flesh and drink of His blood in Holy Communion. John 6:51 – 56

33. To give to those who take from you. Mt 5:40, Lk 6:29, 30, 35

34. To give to those who ask. Mt 5:42, Lk 6:30, 35

35. To give selflessly. Lk 6:38

36. To know that God places rewards in the heart of the selfless giver. Lk 6:38

37. To know that God rewards in the kingdom. Lk 18:29 – 30

38. To believe that Jesus died on the cross and was resurrected on the third day. Mt 16:21, 17:23, Lk 9:22, 18:33, 24:39, 46

39. To repent and believe Jesus forgives sin unto salvation. Mt 4:17, 9:2 – 6, 11:20, 12:41, 21:28 – 31, Mk 1:15, 2:5 – 11, 17, Lk 5:20 – 24, 7:50, 13:5, Jn 3:16 – 17, 5:24, 6:29, 47, 8:34 – 38

40. To be thankful for salvation. Lk 7:40 – 48

41. To pray that God may send laborers into the mission field. Mt 9:38, Lk 10:2

42. To answer the call of mission work. Mt 4:19, 9:9, 10:38, 12:30, 16:15, 24, 28:19 Mk 1:17, 2:14, 10:21, Lk 5:27 – 28, 14:27, 18:22, Jn 8:12, 12:26

43. To count the cost before taking up mission work. Lk 14:28 – 33

44. To teach others as they are able to learn. Mt 9:16 – 17, Mk 2:22, Lk 5:37, 12:48, Jn 16:12

45. To turn away from those who reject the gospel. Mt 7:610:14, Mk 6:11, Lk 9:5

46. To remain faithful to Jesus during persecution. Mt 5:10 – 11, 10:18, 22, Lk 6:22

47. To rejoice during persecution for your faith in Jesus. Mt 5:11, Lk 6:23

48. To allow the Holy Ghost to speak through you in times of persecution. Mt 10:20, Lk 12:12

49. To escape and seek safety during persecution. Mt 10:23

50. Not to persecute a worker of Jesus. Mt 21:33 – 40

51. To take care a worker of Jesus. Mt 10:11, 10:40, Mk 6:10, 9:41, Lk 9:4, 10:7 – 8, Jn 13:20   

52. To know that Jesus has power over all things. Mk 4:39, 6:49 – 50, 16:23, Mk 1:25, 3:23 – 27, 5:8, 5:41 – 42, 9:25, 12:36, Lk 4:35, 5:14, 6:10, 7:14 – 15, 11:20 Jn 5:5 – 9

53. To know Jesus gives power to people. Mt 16:19, 18:18, 21:22, Mk 11:23 – 24, Lk 10:19, 17:6, Jn 14:12 – 14

54.  To know that there is power in His name. Mt 7:22, Mk 16:17, Lk 10:17 – 19

55. To ask and believe in God’s gifts of power. Mt 21:21 – 22

56. To make the vision of the mind whole (sound or complete) with the Word of God. Mt 6:22, 33, Lk 6:40, 11:34, Jn 8:31, 51, 14:23  

57. To let the presence of God shine through you by the study and meditation of His word. Mt 5:15 – 16, 6:22, Mk 4:21, 8:16, Lk 11:33 – 35

58. To perfect the vision of the mind before teaching others. Mt 7:4 – 5, 15:14, 23:16, Lk 6:41 – 42, Jn 8:31

59. To worship Jesus by obeying His commandments. Mt 7:13, 24, Lk 6:46, 12:35, Jn 14:15, 15:10

60. To make an agreement with those who have something against you. Mt 5:25

61. To carefully consider God before divorcing. Mt 5:32, 19:4 – 9, Mk 10:5 – 12, Lk 16:18  

62. To be discreetly charitable. Mt 6:1, 25:35 – 40  

63. To know that God knows what you need. Mt 6:8, Lk 11:5 – 8

64. To say the Lord’s prayer. Mt 6:9, Lk 11:2 – 4

65. To pray daily. Mt 6:11, Lk 11:3, 5 – 8

66. Not to appear as if you are fasting. Mt 6:18

67. To have a life vested with God. Mt 6:20, Lk 12:21

68. To ask Jesus for the Holy Ghost. Mt 7:11, Lk 11:13, 12:49 – 50, Jn 20:22

69. To recognize false spiritual leaders by what they teach. Mt 7:15 – 16, 12:34, Lk 6:44

70. Not to follow a false spiritual leaders. Mt 15:14

71. To be aware of man-made doctrine. Mk 8:15, Lk 12:1

72. Not to follow man-made doctrine. Mt 16:11, Mk 7:8, 13, Lk 11:46

73. Not to teach man-made doctrine. Mt 23:15, Mk 7:7, Lk 11:46

74. To have good judgment. Jn 7:24

75. To believe in the resurrection of the body. Jn 11:24 – 25  
    
76. To know that with God all things are possible. Mt 19:26, Mk 10:27, Lk 18:27

77. To have full faith and conviction in Jesus. Mt 8:10, 9:22, 9:29, 10:8, 12:28, 14:31, 15:28, 17:20, 18:4, 21:21, Mk 4:40, 5:34, 5:36, 7:29, 9:23, 10:14 – 15, 10:52, Lk 7:9, 8:25, 48, 17:19, 18:42, Jn 6:10 – 14, 14:12, 16:33

78. To be shrewd but innocent. Mt 10:16

79. To fear only God. Mt 10:28, Lk12:5

80. To know that death is by God’s will. Mt 10:29

81. To know that God is fully aware of you. Mt 10:30, Lk 12:2, 12:7

82. To know that God values your life. Mt 10:31

83. To know that God loves you. Lk 15:8 – 10

84. To confess Jesus is Lord in any situation. Mt 10:32, Mk 8:38, Lk 9:26, 12:8

85. To know that confessing His name can cause strife. Mt 10:34, Lk 12:51 – 53, Jn 15:19

86. To live a selfless life for Jesus. Mt 10:38, 39, 11:11, 16:24, 25, 16:24, 16:25, 19:29, 30, 20:27 – 28, Mk 8:34 – 35, 10:21, 10:29 – 31, Lk 7:28, 9:23, 24, 18:22, 29 – 30    

87. Not to harm a child in any way. Mt 18:10, Mk 9:42

88. To serve God by taking care of children. Mt 10:42, 18:5, Mk 9:37, Lk 9:48

89. Not to be offended because of your faith in Jesus. Mt 11:6, Lk 7:23

90. To be spiritually sensitive to God. Mt 11:15, 13:16, 13:43, Mk 4:23, 7:16, Lk 8:8, Jn 10:16, 27

91. To know that God is known by Jesus. Mt 11:27

92. To know that Jesus can reveal God to people. Mt 11:27, Lk 10:22

93. To rest in Jesus when weary. Mt 11:28

94. Not to speak against Jesus. Mt 12:32, Mk 3:28, Lk 12:10

95. To know that words against Jesus will be forgiven. Mt 12:32, Mk 3:28, Lk 12:10

96. Not to speak against the Holy Ghost. Mt 12:32, Mk 3:29, Lk 12:10

97. To know that words against the Holy Ghost will not be forgiven. Mt 12:32, Mk 3:29

98. To always be prepared to meet Jesus. Lk 12:36

99. To be vigilant of prophetic times. Mk 13:33, Lk 21:36

100. To know that the will of God is for believers to perform His instruction. Mt 12:50, Mk 3:35, Lk 8:21

101. To discern for yourself whether Jesus is Lord. Mt 16:3, Jn 7:17

102. To practice Truth. Jn 3:21, 8:32

103. To know Jesus as the I AM. Mt 12:6, 8, 16:16, 21:9, 22:43 – 46, Mk 2:28, 8:29, 10:18, 11:9 – 10, 12:36, 21:5, Lk 2:49, 4:18 – 21, 6:5, 7:22, 9:20, 20:43, Jn 1:1 –  5, 1:49, 4:25 – 26, 7 – 9, 49, 5:40, 8:12, 35 – 38, 10:7, 9, 14, 30, 38, 14:6, 15:1

104. To render the world the things of the world. Mt 17:27, 22:21, Mk 12:17, Lk 20:25

105. Not to cause others to sin. Mt 18:6 – 7, Mk 9:42 – 43, Lk 17:1 – 3

106. To confess sin. Mt 18:15 – 16, Lk 17:3

107. To gather in prayer and worship. Mt 18:19 – 20

108. To carefully consider a life of celibacy. Mt 19:11 – 12

109. Not to ask Jesus for a position of power. Mt 20:21, 23 – 24, Mk 10:37 – 41  

110. To know that Jesus gives positions of power to His servants. Mt 20:25 – 26, 10:42 – 44

111. To know that God is One. Mk 12:29

112. Not to address a believer with a spiritual title of honor. Mt 23:8 – 10

113. Not address a believer as father. Mt 23:9

114. To address only God with spiritual titles of honor. Mt 23:9 – 10

115. To address a believer as brother or sister. Mt 23:8

116. Not to inhibit spiritual study. Mt 23:13

117. Not to charge for spiritual dispensation. Mt 23:14, Mk 12:40, 20:47

118. To remember His covenant. Mt 26:26 – 29, Mk 14:22 – 24, Lk 22:17 – 20

119. To baptize people in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. Mt 28:19, Mk 16:16

120. To teach others the commandments of Jesus. Mt 5:19, 28:20

The 120 Day Challenge

The most important way we can love God is by keeping His word and commandments. (John 14:21, 23). For this reason I’m issuing a 120 Day Challenge.

If you feel motivated to have a deeper relationship with God as stated by Jesus in John 14:21 and 23, I challenge you to concentrate on one new commandment each day and then practice it all day.

Each commandment is accompanied by chapter and verse number so you can look up each commandment in the Bible for greater clarity and study.

Read the surrounding verses, then read other verses in the Bible related to the topic. While you read think about how your life would change if you incorporated that commandment into your life.

Meditate

While meditating on Jesus' commandments pay attention to any negative thoughts that might arise. If any thought contradicts your desire to incorporate Godly principles into your life, know that they are the weeds planted by the enemy. The weeds of the enemy will attempt to choke the life and growth of God’s word in you.

Mentally look at the weeds for what they are. In truth, they have ZERO power over you, God, or His word. Disregard them as something trivial. Then focus your mind on the commandment until it becomes the reality of your mind. God's commandment in your mind will overwhelm the minuscule presence of tiny weeds.  

Final Word

If you follow Jesus’ instruction to “keep” His word and commandments (John 14:21, 23) your whole body will become filled with His light. From time-to-time you may be tempted, but if you remain steadfast in the study and meditation of God’s word and commandments, God's power will overtake your life!

Without a selfless life toward God we cannot fulfill God's will. We must become selfless vessels of the Most High with a heart, soul, and mind cultivated by His word and commandments. My job is to help you realize more of God's love and light in your life. For that reason we develop tools and audio downloads. God needs to gain more ground in the souls of humanity. 

God bless you see you in the kingdom. Be sure to post you favorite commandments of Jesus below and please write why it's important to you. By doing this you help others.

 


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