Common Objections for
Not Obeying the Ten Commandments
NCW 68, May-July 2000
Second Edition 12 December 2017
1. "Jesus fulfilled the law, thereby doing away with it, so we don't need to worry about it any more."
Answer: Yah'shua (Jesus) knew there would be those who think this way, which is why Yah'shua (Jesus) said, "Think not that I am come to destroy the Torah (Law), or the Nevi'im (Prophets): I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil" (Mat.5:17). When you fulfill a prediction, such as Yah'shua (Jesus) did by dying on the cross (Mat.26:56, Luke 24:44), the prediction is no longer needed. Yah'shua (Jesus) fulfilled the sacrifice predictions which pointed forward to His death. When He died they were no longer needed. These predictions were a part of the ceremonial Torah (Law) of the old-covenant sanctuary (Heb.9:9-14). But when you fulfill a moral law, such as "Thou shalt not kill," that has nothing to do with abolishing the Torah (Law) (Luke 16:17). When you fulfil the marriage vow, does it do away with marriage? When you give your spouse total fulfillment, does it do away with your spouse? Instead of doing away with the Torah (Law), Yah'shua (Jesus) magnified it (Isa.42:21) as the perfect guide for right living. Christians are to fulfil the Torah (Law) as well (Rom.8:2-4, Col.1:25). If Yah'shua (Jesus) abolished the Torah (Law), why are we called on to repent and obey the Torah (Law) ourselves?
2. "Doesn't the Bible say the Law was faulty (Heb.8:7), and the first covenant vanished away (Heb.8:13)?"
Answer: No (Romans 7:12). Has anyone found a fault or flaw in the handwriting of Yahweh? The Bible says the people were faulty, and Yahweh found "fault with them" (Hebrews 8:8). The Bible says that the Torah (Law) "was weak through the flesh" (Romans 8:3). The Torah (Law) is perfect (Psalm 19:7), but the people are faulty, or weak. So Yahweh would have His Son live within His people "that the righteousness of the Torah (Law) might be fulfilled in us" (Romans 8:4,10) through the indwelling Messiah. Can something "vanish away" (Heb.8:13) and be "established" (Rom.3:31) at the same time?
3. "All you need to keep is Jesus's law, not God's law."
Answer: The Bible says there is only "One lawgiver" (James 4:12), not two. Yahweh, our Elohim (God), is our lawgiver (Isa.33:22). Yah'shua (Jesus) said His Torah (Law) and Elohim's (God's) Torah (Law) were the same Torah (Law) (John 7:16; 10:30; 14:10; 15:10). It is the Christians' duty to obey both the "mitzvot (commandments) of Yahweh" and "the testimony of Yah'shua (Jesus) the Messiah " (Rev.12:17; 14:12; 22:14).
4. "Wasn't the Ten Commandments altered?"
Answer: Yahweh said "My covenant will I not break, nor alter the thing that is gone out of My lips." (Psalm 89:34). Was the Ten Commandments spoken from Elohim's (God's) lips? Yes! (Exo.19:19; 20:1, Deut.4:10,12; 5:22-26; 18:16, Neh.9:13). And this same covenant, "
shall be established for ever" and be "a faithful witness in heaven." (Psalm 89:37). Psalm 111:7-8 confirms Elohim's (God's) Mitzvot (Commandments) will "stand fast for ever and ever", and Revelation 11:19 verifies that this same covenant is in heaven. Yah'shua (Jesus) said, "...Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every davar (word) that proceedeth out of the mouth of Yahweh." (Matthew 4:4). The Ten Commandments were out of the mouth of Yahweh, and Christians are to live by them.
5. "Romans 13:10 says "Love is the fulfilling of the law." Matthew 22:37-40 commands us to love God and to love our neighbors, and ends with the words, "On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets." Do these commands replace the Ten Commandments?"
Answer: No, the Ten Commandments hang from these two mitzvot (commandmentss) like our 10 fingers hang from our two hands. They are inseparable. Love to Yahweh makes keeping the first four commandments (which concern Yahweh) a pleasure, and love toward our neighbor makes keeping the last six (which concern our neighbor) a joy. Love fulfills the Torah (Law) by taking away the drudgery and by making law-keeping a delight (Psalm 40:8). When we truly love a person, honoring his or her requests becomes a joy. Yah'shua (Jesus) said, "If ye love Me, keep My mitzvot (commandments)" (John 14:15). It is impossible to love the Master and not keep His mitzvot (commandments), because the Bible says, "By this we know that we love the children of Yahweh, when we love Yahweh, and keep His mitzvot (commandments). This is the ahavah (love) of Yahweh, that we keep His mitzvot (commandments): and His mitzvit (commandments) are not grievous" (1 John 5:2-3). "He that saith, I know Him, and keepeth not His mitzvot (commandments), is a liar, and the emet (truth) is not in him." (1 John 2:3-4). Yah'shua (Jesus) himself said, "He that hath My mitzvot (commandments), and keepeth them, he it is that loveth Me" (John 14:21,). "If a man love Me, he will keep My devarim (words)" and "He that loveth me not keepeth not My sayings" (John 14:23:24). Deuteronomy 13:3-4 is how Yahweh tests you to see if you love Yahweh with all your heart and all your soul.
6. "The Ten Commandments were given to Israel only, so they are not binding on Christians."
Answer: Actually, they were given to the stranger as well. The Bible is clear that there were not two laws, but the same law applied to both Israel and strangers (Exodus 12:49, Leviticus 24:22, Isaiah 56:6, Numbers 15:15-16, Psalm 18:44). As a matter of fact, the New Covenant was given to "Israel" only as well (Jer.31:33, Heb.8:10; 10:16), does that mean the New Testament doesn't apply to Christians? No. Why? Because "Israel" is not a specific nation or race, it is all those who believe in Yahweh through His Son Yah'shua (Jesus). All Christians are "Israel" and "Judahites (Jews)" today (Rom.1:16; 2:28-29; 9:4-8; 10:12, 1 Cor.10:2-4, Gal.3:16,26-29, Col.3:11).
7. "We're under grace, not under the law (Rom.6:14), therefore we can sin and break the law all we want to. We're free from the law."
Answer: Paul answers this question in the next verse, Romans 6:15, and in verses 1&2. Also in Romans 3:31 . Paul certainly did not understand Elohim's (God's) grace to do away with the Torah(Law) or to free us from keeping the Torah (Law). Yahweh puts us under grace when we accept Yah'shua (Jesus) as our Saviour. Does that mean the Torah (Law) has been done away with now? Does that mean we can sin all we want to now? Does that mean we can now kill and steal and commit adultery? Please cross reference Romans 6:14 with Galatians 3:13. We are redeemed from the curse or penalty of the Torah (Law), not from obedience to the Torah (Law). The curse (penalty) of the Torah (Law) is death (Romans 6:23), and there's a curse upon those who transgress the Torah (Law) (Gal.3:10). Messiah tasted "death for every man" (Hebrews 2:9). Thus He redeemed us from the curse (penalty) of the Torah (Law) (death), and in its place provided eternal chayim (life)! You see, Yah'shua (Jesus) did not make us free from the Torah (Law), but made us free from the torah (law) of sin and death (Rom.8:2). "Is the Torah (Law) sin? Yahweh forbid!" (Rom.7:7). The Torah (Law) itself is not the curse, because of John 7:49!
8. "The people of the Old Testament were saved by the law, Christians are saved by grace".
Answer: Not true. No one has ever been saved by the Torah (Law). All who have been saved, in all ages, have been saved by grace alone (Isaiah 45:22). This "grace was given us in the Messiah Yah'shua (Jesus) before the world began" (2 Timothy 1:9). The Torah (Law) only points out sin. Christ alone can save. Noah "found grace" (Genesis 6:8); Lot found grace (Genesis 19:18-19); Moses found grace (Exodus 33:17); the Israelites in the wilderness found grace (Jeremiah 31:2); and according to Hebrews 11, Abel, Enoch, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Sarah, Joseph, and many other Tanakh (Old Testament) worthies were saved "by emunah (faith)". They were saved by looking forward to the cross; we are saved by looking back to the cross. The Torah (Law) is necessary because, like a mirror, it reveals the "dirt" in our lives. It is also the natural, spiritual lifestyle of the saved. However, the Torah (Law) has no saving power. It can only point out sin. Yah'shua (Jesus), and He alone, can save a person from sin.
9. "The letter of the law kills, but the spirit gives life (2 Corinthians 3:6), therefore the law is not applicable to us who have the Spirit."
Answer: The reason the Torah (Law) kills is that "all have sinned" (Rom.3:23; 5:12). All have broken the Torah (Law). And the wages of sin is death (Rom.6:23). The reason the Ruach (Spirit) gives chayim (life) is that it enables us to keep the Torah (Law) and not sin (Rom.8:4, Gal.5:16). Yah'shua's (Jesus') obedience gave us the power to be righteous and keep the Torah (Law) (Rom.5:19). As Paul said, "I was alive once without the Torah (Law), but when the mitzvah (commandment) came, sin revived and I died [that is, the Torah/Law condemned him as a sinner]." "For to be carnally minded is death, but to be spiritually minded is chayim (life) and shalom (peace). Because the carnal mind is ... not subject to the Torah (Law) of Yahweh" (Romans 7:9; 8:7, 8).
10. "Doesn't 2 Corinthians 3:7 teach that the law written and engraved in stone was to be done away?"
Answer: No. The passage says that the "glory" of Moses' ministration of the Torah (Law) was to be done away, but not the Torah (Law). Read the whole passage of 2 Corinthians 3:3-9 again, carefully. The subject is not the doing away with the Torah (Law) or its establishment, but rather, the change of location of the Torah (Law) from "tables of stone" to the "tables of the heart." Under Moses' ministration the Torah (Law) was on stones. Under the Ruach haQodesh's (Holy Spirit's) ministration, through Messiah, the Torah (Law) is written upon the heart (Hebrews 8:10). Messiah's ministration of the Torah (Law) is effective because He transfers the Torah (Law) to the heart of the believer (Ezek.11:19; 36:26). Then keeping the Torah (Law) becomes a delight and a joyful way of living because the Christian has true ahavah (love) for both Yahweh and man.
11. "Romans 10:4 says that "Christ is the end of the law." So it has ended, hasn't it?"
Answer: "End" in this verse means goal, purpose or object, as it does in James 5:11. The meaning is clear. To lead men to Messiah - where they find righteousness (and can live the Torah/Law lifestyle as talmidim/disciples) - is the goal, purpose, or 'end' of the Torah (Law).
In the 7th chapter of Romans, Paul gives us the result in his own case. It drove him to confess that the Torah (Law) was qadosh (holy, set-apart) and tov (good), and he ought to obey it; and there it left him in distress, and crying, "The good that I would, I do not, but the evil that I would not, that I do." The Torah (Law) was not able to convert him, and he cries out, "O wretched man that I am! who shall deliver me from the body of this death?" Just here, the ahavah (love) of Yahweh in sending his Son, Yah'shua (Jesus) the Messiah, is presented to his mind, and that did the work. In the next chapter he explains it; "What the Torah (Law) could not do in that it was weak through the flesh, Yahweh sending his own Son in the likeness of sinful flesh, and for sin, condemned sin in the flesh, that the righteousness of the Torah (Law) might be fulfilled (realised, completed) in us, who walk not after the flesh but after the Ruach (Spirit)." The whole Bible testifies that it is only the influence of the Besorah (Gospel) which can bring sinners to obey the Torah (Law). The Torah (Law) will never do it.
12. "Why worry about the law? Isn't conscience a safe guide?"
Answer: No! The Bible speaks of an evil conscience (Heb.10:22), a defiled conscience (1 Cor.8:7, Titus 1:15), and a seared conscience (1 Tim.4:2) - none of which is safe. "There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death" (Proverbs 14:12). Yahweh says, "He that trusteth in his own heart is a fool" (Proverbs 28:26). See also Gen.6:5; 8:21, Num.15:39, Deut.11:16, 1 Kings 8:61, Psa.58:2; 66:18, Prov.3:1,5; 16:5, Eccl.8:11, Jer.17:5,,9, Matt.15:19.
13. "Didn't the Bible predict that the Ten Commandments would end?"
Answer: No. It only predicted that the Levitical (Aaronic) priesthood offerings, and the ritual sacrificing (the ceremonial Torah/Law) would end, not the Ten Commandments themselves or those mitzvot (commandments) which explain or amplify them (Dan.9:27, Hosea 2:11, Heb.7:12; 9:9-14; 10:8-9).
14. "Doesn't Colossians 2:14 teach that God's law ended at the cross?"
Answer: Many people assume that these "ordinances" that were "against us" and "contrary to us" were Yahweh's Ten Commandments. But how is Yahweh's Moral Torah (Law) "against us" and "contrary to us"? And why would Yah'shua (Jesus) spend his life preaching the Ten Commandments if they were "against us" and "contrary to us"? Besides, Paul spoke of Elohim's (God's) Torah (Law) as qadosh (holy, set-apart), just, and good many years after the cross (Romans 7:7,12).
This passage refers to the Torah (Law) contained in "ordinances," or Moses' Torah (Law), which was a ceremonial Torah (Law) governing the sacrificial system and the priesthood. All of this ceremony foreshadowed the cross and ended at Messiah's death, as Yahweh had intended. Moses' Torah (Law) was added because of transgression, till the "seed should come," and that "seed... is Messiah." (Galatians 3:16,19). Yahweh's Torah (Law) could not be involved here, for the Ten Commandments were given before transgression and sin.
In reference to the "handwriting of ordinances...nailed...to the cross" (Colossians 2:14), the Greek word translated "handwriting" is cheirographon, and this is the only place the term is used in the Bible. It meant a handwritten record of debt, or what we would today call an 'IOU'. In contemporary apocalyptic literature, this word was used to designate a "record book of sin," meaning a written account of our sins.
Paul was not saying that Yahweh's Torah (Law) was nailed to the cross. What was nailed there, he said, was all record of our sins. Because Yahweh's Torah (Law) required the death penalty for sin (Romans 6:23), this record is what "was against us, which was contrary to us", not the Torah (Law) itself. He has forgiven us all our sins (Eph.1:7), and redeemed us from the curse (penalty, punishment) of the Torah (Law) (Gal.3:13). Messiah has utterly wiped out the damning evidence of broken torot (laws) and mitzvot (commandments) which always hung over our heads, and has completely annulled it by nailing it over His own head on the cross. It is the evidence against us, not the Torah (Law) itself, that was nailed to the cross, enabling us to be forgiven.
This becomes clear when we read the rest of this chapter. It is apparent that other issues were involved that had nothing to do with Yahweh's torot (laws) given in the Tanakh (Old Testament) but pagan (and sometimes Talmudic Jewish) traditions. Among these were "principalities and powers" (verse 15), "false humility and worship of malakim (angels)" (verse 18), forbidding to touch, taste and handle (verse 21) and "neglect of the body" (verse 23).
Further, Paul referred to the false teachings in Colosse as rooted in "enticing words" (verse 4), "philosophy and vain deceit" and "the tradition of men" (verse 8). He also referred to submitting to "ordinances (laws)" of this world (verse 20) and "the commandments and doctrines of men" (verse 22). Could Paul, who in Romans 7:12 said the Torah (Law) is "qadosh (holy, set-apart) and just and tov (good)," possibly be referring to the same law here, or is he addressing an entirely different issue?
15. "Doesn't Ephesians 2:15 say the law of commandments were abolished?"
Answer: This verse says only the law of commandments "contained in ordinances" were abolished, not the Ten Commandments themselves. The Ten Commandments were never referred to as "ordinances", but as the "ten commandments" (Ex.34:28, Deut.4:13; 10:4). These particular mitzvot (commandments) are in ordinances, they're not defined as ordinances.
The key part here is the word "ordinances" (Greek: dogma). The Greek word dogma occurs only five times in the Messianic Scriptures (New Testament): The other four occurrences are: Luke 2:1 and Acts 17:7, where it means the decrees of Caesar; Acts 16:4, where it means the decrees of the Council of Jerusalem concerning decisions about minimum dietary and social relationships between Judahites (Jews) and Gentiles; and Colossians 2:14, where Paul speaks of the written bond with its decrees which has been canceled by the death of Messiah. Talmudic and Pagan traditions appear again in Colossians 2:20-22, where those who obey them are described as "subject to ordinances" (verse 20), or subject to dogmatizo. Paul's rationale for this is that these regulations are but "commandments and doctrines of men" (verse 22). See answer #14 above for more details.
The only uses of "dogma" outside of Ephesians that are relevant are in Acts 16:4 and Colossians 2:14, both of which describe human decrees which relate to Judahites (Jews) and Gentiles. This also appears to be the best meaning for Ephesians 2:15. Thus the "torah (law) of mitzvot (commandments) in ordinances" would be the precepts of the Torah (Law) as they were interpreted by man (the Talmudic 'Oral law', for instance), and not Yahweh's Torah (Law).
16. "Jesus does not say we must obey the Ten Commandments in order to receive eternal life."
Answer: Yes, He most certainly does! (Matt.9:16-19; 19:17-19, Mark.10:17,19, Luke 10:25-28; 18:18,20). Only those who obey Yah'shua (Jesus) will have eternal salvation (Heb.5:9, 1 John 2:17). See How Do I Get Eternal Life?.
17. "The Ten Commandments are not reaffirmed in the New Testament."
Answer: Actually, they are. All ten of them.
Old Testament > New Testament
1) Exodus 20:3 > Matthew 4:10, Acts 17:29, 1 Corinthian 8:6
2) Exodus 20:4-6 > 1 John 5:21, 1 Corinthians 10:7
3) Exodus 20:7 > 1 Timothy 6:1, James 5:12
4) Exodus 20:8-1 > 1 Hebrews 4:3-11, Matthew 12:12, Mark 2:27
5) Exodus 20:12 > Matthew 19:19, Ephesians 6:2
6) Exodus 20:13 > Romans 13:9, 1 John 3:15
7) Exodus 20:14 > Matthew 19:18, Galatians 5:19
8) Exodus 20:15 > Romans 13:9, Ephesians 4:28
9) Exodus 20:16 > Romans 13:9, Colossians 3:9
10) Exodus 20:17 > Romans 7:7, Ephesians 5:3, Colossians 3:5
18. "No one can keep the law of God anyway, so don't worry about it. We sin every day."
Answer: "Sin is lawlessness", and Yah'shua (Jesus) was "manifested to take away our sins", our lawlessness or Torahlessness (1 John 3:5-6). Yah'shua (Jesus) came down to give us the power to keep the Torah (Law). Satan, in order to make Yahweh's request seem unreasonable, invented the falsehood that obedience is impossible (Phil.4:13). "He that committeth sin is of the devil" (1 John 3:8). All sin consists in voluntarily consenting to the desires of that lawlessness promoted by Satan.
An Important Note: It is true that we "all have sinned and fall short of the glory of Yahweh" (Romans 3:23), but the very fact that we have sinned proves that the Torah (Law) of Yahweh is still in existence, "for sin is the transgression of the Torah (Law)" (1 John 3:4), and "sin is not imputed when there is no Torah (Law)" (Romans 5:13), "for where no Torah (Law) is, there is no transgression" (Romans 4:15). The very fact that we are all sinners - all still guilty of breaking the Torah (Law) - proves that the Torah (Law) is still in effect. But Yahweh does not want us to continue sinning - He came down not only to die for our past sins, but also to give us power to quit sinning, to stop serving sin (Rom.6:6), because "Whosoever committeth sin is the servant of sin" (John 8:34).
Do you know who the Ruach haQodesh (Holy Spirit) is given to? It is given only to the saved who obey Yahweh's Torah (Law) (Acts 5:32). Whoever transgresses the Torah (Law), and does not abide in Messiah's doctrine, does not have Yahweh in him (2 John 1:9). Righteousness is obedience to Elohim's (God's) Torah (Law) (Deut.6:25, 1 Cor.15:34). The unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of Yahweh (1 Cor.6:9-10). This is how we know who is of Yahweh and who is of the devil; "Whosoever doeth not righteousness is not of Yahweh" (1 John 3:10). Whoever disobeys Yahweh, is not of Yahweh! So simple.
Do true Christians really sin every day? The Bible says the Master delivers us from temptation (2 Pet.2:9), so Christians cannot commit sin (1 John 3:6-9) because the wicked one cannot touch him (1 John 5:18). Yahweh gives us the power to overcome the world (1 John 5:4). John wrote these things so that we would not sin (1 John 2:1). If we hide Yahweh's Davar (Word) in our heart, we should not sin against Him (Psalm 119:11). As Christians we are to have a divine nature and be purged from our old sins (2 Peter 1:4-9).
19. "Did God really say He expected us to keep His Commandments?"
Answer: Yes (Deut.4:2,40; 6:17; 7:11; 8:6; 10:13; 11:27; 28:1,9, Lev.26:15). Even after Yah'shua (Jesus) comes into the world (Deut.18:18-19). He's not foolish or cruel, but wise & loving. He wouldn't give us mitzvot (commands) and principles to live by if they were impossible to follow.
Yah'shua (Jesus) did not obey the Torah (Law) so that sinners would not have to obey. Yah'shua (Jesus) was obedient unto death, and this is set down as our example. We are to follow in Yah'shua's (Jesus') steps and commit no sin (John 13:15, Phil.2:5, 1 Peter 2:21-22; 4:1, 1 John 2:6), and keep the mitzvot (commandments) like Yah'shua (Jesus) did (John 15:9-10, Rom.7:25). Will we walk in sin if we walk as Yah'shua (Jesus) walked,? Will we sin if we purify ourselves like Yah'shua (Jesus) was pure (1 John 3:3)? Will we sin if we are morally perfect like our Father in Heaven is perfect (Mat.5:48)? Yah'shua (Jesus) instructed us to teach people to observe all his mitzvot (commandments) (Mat.28:20). "Doers" of the Torah (Law) shall be justified (Rom.2:13, James 1:22-25). Just like Abraham was justified by works, our emunah (faith) is made perfect by our works (James 2:20-22). When Yah'shua (Jesus) healed, He would instruct His talmidim (disciples) to be obedient to the Torah (Law), and "sin no more" (John 5:14; 8:11), in other words, "Don't break Elohim's (God's) Torah (Law) anymore".
20. "Why do so many people deny the binding claims of God's law?"
Answer: "Because the carnal mind is enmity against Yahweh: for it is not subject to the Torah (Law) of Yahweh, neither indeed can be" (Romans 8:7). Paul warned Timothy that the day would come when, because of their pleasure in unrighteousness (2 Thes.2:12), men would no longer choose to hear the Emet (Truth), but would seek after teachers who would speak to them the things that suited the tenor of their carnal nature (2 Tim.4:3-4). For this reason, commandment-keeping has never been popular. To those who desire a way of forgetting Yahweh which will pass for remembering Him, a 'gospel' of 'love' that requires no obedience is readily accepted (1 Pet.2:7-8).
Only eight people survived the flood, because only those eight did "all that Yahweh commanded" (Gen.7:1,5). Only Lot and his two daughters survived Sodom and Gamorra (Gen.19:16) because only they were righteous (2 Pet.2:7-8). Out of the 600,000 Hebrews who left Egypt during the Exodus, 599,998 died before they could cross the river into their promised land 40 years later. Caleb and Joshua were the only survivors of the wilderness trek from Egypt to Cannan (Num.26:65). Why? Because only Caleb and Joshua "followed Yahweh fully" (Num.32:11-12).
This is the reason why there were few left in Egypt, because they didn't obey Yahweh (Deut.28:62). Because the earth transgressed the torot (laws), the curse devoured the earth, and there were few men left. Yah'shua (Jesus) said the same about us also. "For many be called, but few chosen" (Mat.20:16; 22:14), and there will be few that are saved (Luke 13:23-24), and there will be few that find eternal life (Mat.7:14). Many people will do many wonderful works in Yah'shua's (Jesus') Name, but only a few will do the Will of the Father, and only those few will be saved (Mat.7:21-23). As a matter of fact, Yah'shua (Jesus) had many talmidim (disciples) walking with Him while He was here on earth, but at one point, many talmidim (disciples) walked with Yah'shua (Jesus) no more, and only a few were left who followed Him (John 6:66).
Physical growth is a function of time. Intellectual growth is a function of learning. Spiritual growth is neither a function of time nor learning, but it is a function of obedience (Hebrews 5:8-9). Transgression of the Torah (Law) is always a result of a lack of emunah (faith). People do not reject the Bible because it contradicts itself, but because it contradicts them! Every man's destiny is to be determined by deeds done in the body (2 Corinthians 5:10, Revelation 2:23; 20:12-13; 22:12). If we reject Yahweh's Torah (Law), Yahweh will reject us (Hos. 4:6). Remember, we don't break Yahweh's Torah (Law),
it breaks us
if we disobey it!
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