Aseret-HaDibrot (heb-OS-10 COMMANDMENTS)
And יהוה- ULHÍM Yahweh spoke all these words,
saying, 1st MITZVOT (commandment) [Aleph] I am Yahweh your יהוה- ULHÍM, which brought thee out of the land
Mitzrayim, out of slavery bayit.
3 [Bet] Thou shalt not have other ULHÍM before My face.
2nd MITZVOT (commandment)
4 Thou shalt not make for thee any graven image, or
any likeness of anything that is above
in shamayim (heavens), or that is in the earth beneath, or that
is in the mayim (waters) under the earth:
5 Thou shalt not bow down yourself thyself to them, nor
serve them: for I Yahweh your יהוה- ULHÍM am a jealous ULHÍM,
visiting the iniquity of the ahvot upon the children unto the
Third and fourth generation of them that hate me;
6 And show rachamim (stars) to thousands of those who Me
love, and shomer My mitzvoth.
7 [Gimel] Thou shalt not take the Name of יהוה your ULHÍM
blankly in vain; יהוה- because Yahweh will not hold him guiltless
he who brings His Name in vain blankly.
4th MITZVOT (commandment)
8 [Dalet] Remember Yom Ha-Shabbat, to shomer
9 Six days you shall labor and do all thy work:
10 But the seventh day is the Sabbath of Yahweh your יהוה- ULHÍM:
in it you shall not do any work, thou, nor thy son,
nor thy daughter, nor thy eved (servant), nor thy eved, nor your
cattle, nor thy ger (goy) that is within thy gates:
11 For in six days Yahweh made the יהוה- shamayim and earth,
sea, and all that is therein, and rested the seventh day;
therefore יהוה -yahveh blessed the day of Shabbat, and
5 MITZVOT (commandment)
12 [Hey] Honor your abba (tab) and your eema: for thy
days may be long upon the land which Yahweh your יהוה-
ULHÍM gives you.
13 [Waw] Thou shalt not kill.
7 MITZVOT (commandment)
14 [Zayin] not commit adultery.
8 MITZVOT (commandment)
15 [Chet] shall not steal.
9 MITZVOT (commandment)
16 [Tet] Thou shalt not wear false witness against thy
10 MITZVOT (commandment)
17 [Yud] not wish to bayit (house) of your neighbor; no
covet thy neighbor's wife, or his eved, or
his eved, or his ox, or his ass, or any
thing that is thy neighbor's.
Ivonil Ferreira de Carvalho