The Kingdom of God is a primary aspect of the Bible as a whole, and is a leading theme of Yeshua’s teaching, as well. The revelation of the Kingdom began at Sinai and was further defined by Yeshua. Since we are encouraged to seek first the Kingdom, below is the outline of the Kingdom Charter, with its clarified intent as revealed through the teachings of Yeshua.
Love Yahweh your God with all of your heart, soul, and mind.
I am the God who redeemed you out of slavery, therefore you shall have no other gods before me.
There is only one God, Yahweh, eternally existent, who liberates from worldliness, and separates a people for himself. No one and nothing else must rival or supersede God’s importance in life.
You shall make no images or idols for worship.
Have nothing to do with tangible representations of any god, including the one true God. Worship the Father (Yahweh) alone, and in spirit and in truth only.
You shall not take my Name lightly or for no purpose.
Honor the Name, or Character, of God with your thoughts, speech, and conduct.
Remember the Sabbath and keep it set apart.
Set apart God’s gift of the Sabbath as an “intermission day,” a sacred memorial honoring your Creator (Yahweh), his provision, and his eternal purpose.
Honor your mother and father (respect authority).
Respect the God-given authority of your father and mother, and be helpful to them, that you may live long and productive lives.
Love your neighbor as yourself.
Anything that you wish others would do for you, do in the same manner for them, for this summarizes God’s teachings regarding others.
You shall not murder.
Always safeguard the lives and interests of others, without being unrighteously angry with anyone at any time.
You shall not commit adultery.
Be faithful to your spouse at all times. Never think about others lustfully in your heart. In the same way, always remain faithful to Yahweh your God.
You shall not steal.
Never secretly take anything that does not belong to you. Instead, be willing always to give generously of all your resources.
You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.
Always provide a truthful and honest example in everything, with everyone, in all of your words and actions.
You shall not covet anything your neighbor has.
Regardless of the life-status of others around you, fill your mind with gratefulness and take pleasure in all that God has graciously given you. Share the blessings you have received freely with others.