You must keep the Feast of Unleavened Bread.

 Eat unleavened bread for seven days.

 Don't come empty handed during Feast.

 Don't boil a kid in it's mother's milk.

 Do not gossip.

 Keep God's Festivals.

 You must speak up if there's a public charge.

 You will be held guilty for making a careless oath.

 Don't eat blood.

 Don't eat fat.

 You must admit it if you find something.

 ...and return it and pay an extra 1/5.

 Eat biblically kosher.

 Don't touch a carcass.

 Get mold out of your house.

 You must wash after you have a bodily discharge.

 Keep seperate during menstruation period.

 Do not have sex with a family member.

 A sorceress must die.

 Do not lay with an animal.

 If you sacrifice to another god you are to be      destroyed.

 Do not mistreat strangers.

 Don't afflict the widow and the fatherless.

 If you lend to the poor you must not charge interest.

 If you pledge to return something (garment), return it   swiftly (before night).

 Don't revile God.

 Don't curse your rulers.

 Give your firstfruits & best to God.

 Be holy.

 Don't eat an animal torn by wild beasts.

 Don't follow the crowd to do evil.

 Don't show favoritism.

 Help your enemy.

 Don't take a bribe.

 Don't mention and talk about other gods. 

 Don't hit your father or mother. (It carried a          death penalty.)

 Don't kidnap someone. (Carried a death penalty.)

 Don't curse your parents. (Carried a death              penalty.)

 If you hurt someone you must pay for their            recovery.

 If you fight and hurt a woman with a child in the    womb, but the child isn't hurt, you must be            punished.

 If you fight and hurt a woman with child in the    womb and the child is hurt, you must pay for the  damages. (Eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth, etc.)  

 You shall have no other gods beside me.

 You shall not make/worship any idols.

 You shall not take the Name of the Lord        your God in vain

 Remember the Sabbath Day, to keep it          holy.

 Honor your father and mother.

 You shall not murder.

 You shall not commit adultery.

 You shall not steal.

 You shall not bear false witness (lie).

 You shall not covet.

"You are to have the same law for the foreigner and the native-born. I am the LORD (YHVH) your God." Lev. 24:22

"One law and one rule shall be for you and for the stranger among you." Num. 15:16


     This s a list of what I see as the roughly 102  commandments from the Torah we can keep today. This list does not include laws that were for the Levites, Temple  

         dependent laws, and various laws that are land dependent within Israel, though the moral principles and holiness aspects of these laws are lessons for us today.

 Homosexuality is forbidden.​

 Feed the poor and the stranger.

 Do not cheat.

 Do not curse the deaf.

 Don't lead the blind astray.

 Rebuke a neighbor and don't       hold sin.

 Do not seek vengeance.

 Do not hold a grudge.

 Love your neighbor as yourself.

 Don't interbreed animal kinds.

 If an ox gores someone, the ox is to be killed but the owner is aquitted.​

 ...But if the ox has a pattern of killing, the owner is to be put to death.

 If an animal falls into a dug pit, the owner of the pit must pay for damages.

 The owner of an animal must pay if the animal kills another animal.

 If a man steals an animal he must pay 4-5 times the amount if the animal is sold or killed.

 The thief must restore double if caught with the goods.

 If an animal eats off another's field, the owner must pay his best.

 Firestarters must pay back for the damages.

 If a neighbor is given stuff to watch and it's stolen, the thief must pay double.

 ...But if no thief is found, the man watching the stuff must be brought before a judge.

 ...And the owner gets his stuff back and there's general harm to the property, the man          watching it must pay double.

 If you borrow something and you damage it, you must make good on it.

 Serve the Lord with your whole heart and soul.

 Take oaths in the name of YHVH.

 Don't add to or take away from the Torah.

 Hold fast to God.

 You shall tithe.

 Women and men are not to cross dress.


 Don't sow mixed seeds.

 Don't mix linen and wool.

 Don't get involved in witchcraft   & fortune telling.

 Don't shave the sides of your       hair.

 Don't disfigure your beard.

 Do not mark your bodies  (tatoos).

 Don't prostitute your daughter.

 Honor old men (rise).

 Fear God.

 Make sure the mother bird doesn't see you taking the young (eggs).

 Make a fence or balcony on your rooftop patio (safety).

 Men are not to act feminine.

 Don't charge interest if you loan money.

 Do not practice spells, consult witches, etc.

 Do not bring up the dead.​​

 Don't curse or blaspheme God.

 Whoever kills a neighbor's animal   must replace it.

 A stranger is to keep Passover       the same way as an Israelite.

 Make tassles w/blue and wear on   the corners of your garment.

​ Keep your vows.

 A father can overrule his               daughter.

 A husband can overrule his wife.

Love God.


    "Think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to destroy them but         to fulfill them (make them full)."-Yeshua (Mtt. 5:17)

   ...For truly I tell you, until heaven and earth pass away, not the smallest letter or stroke of the Law      (Torah) will pass away until all is fullfilled (accomplished). (Mtt. 5:18)

""There shall be the same law for the native and the stranger who sojourns among you." Ex. 12:49