The first 3 commandments of what is known as the “Ten Words” at the Great Hall of Records, and better known as the “Ten Commandments” on the fleshly plane, set forth Father Yahweh’s unique position as being the Universal Sovereign – Father of all creation, and Her exclusive right to seek worship from all of her God given qualities of higher intelligence – that being us humans and those spirit children of the spirit realm; in Father’s “Ten Words,” not only exclusive worship is expected, but a WARNING not to take up the name of Yahweh in a worthless way, for Father would not leave the one doing so unpunished; Please read:
Exodus 20:1-7 “Then God spoke all these words: I am the LORD your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the place of slavery. Do not have other gods besides Me. Do not make an idol for yourself, whether in the shape of anything in the heavens above or on the earth below or in the waters under the earth. You must not bow down to them or worship them; for I, the LORD your God, am a jealous God, punishing the children for the fathers’ sin, to the third and fourth [generations] of those who hate Me, but showing faithful love to a thousand [generations] of those who love Me and keep My commands. Do not misuse the name of the LORD your God, because the LORD will punish anyone who misuses His name.”
Exodus 22:28 “You must not blaspheme God or curse a leader among your people.”
Note that the calling down of evil upon Father, as well as the cursing of a chieftain, were condemned; that being spoken blasphemy.
Spoken can also be thinking it in your mind and taking it down into your heart. There is a difference; a thought can be manifested, and then dismissed as your reasoning power says “That was a wrong thought to have; I shall think it no more.” This is “The Way” of the spirit realm in how spirits deal with free will issues.
As Dawn and other Holy Angel’s that fell from perfection can be cited as examples; when Dawn felt the “want” to be like Father, he should have dismissed that thought as being an unreasoning and vile thing to think; if he had, nothing more would have occurred, because in “The Way” that is the way free will thoughts are normally handled. But if, like in Dawn’s case, you dwell on that thought, then it goes down into your heart and takes root; then it becomes more than a “want” it instead become a “need” to fulfill a selfish desire. Why are thoughts like that selfish? Because they serve our inner needs we create through permitting the improper thoughts to manifest deep down inside; then what happens?
Just like the person that thinks he or she should be fulfilled in their desire of the flesh by sexual immorality, as another example, the thoughts become manifest in the final progressive step of being carried out to fulfill the desire cultivated from within; like Dawn did when he told the first lie in creation, and in doing so slandered Father’s good and righteous name, thereby profaning what belongs to Father; so what did Dawn do? He committed BLASPHEMY against Father; he actually called evil down upon Father’s name, because he knew it would cause reproach on Her to say Father was a liar.
Such a crime is punishable by eternal death, as is proven by the sentence placed upon Dawn; he added to his crimes by being directly responsible for Adam and Eve’s fall from perfection, which in itself carries the eternal death penalty; so that made dawn a murderer in Father’s eyes because he caused Eve to sin, and then she became an opposer of Father and a murderer of Adam by enticing him to take and eat the forbidden fruit; it was a chain reaction. Adam, he willfully and knowingly sinned, just like Dawn had done; all were guilty of
blasphemy because they had rebelled against Father – and in doing so, each one of those 3 formed a unity of opposition to Father Laws which represent part of The Way that was to be followed.
The sin was considered so bad, that Father had to provide an undeserved kindness to offer Salvation to those that sought to come out from under its devastating effects; but because Dawn, Adam and Eve were created without blemish – being without sin at their starts, there was no Sacrifice that could be given in their behalf’s to dissolve the sin they had committed; they left Father with two choices:
1) To forgive them anyway because She is a God of Love, and let those spirit angels watching this all unfold, believe that Father was not a Sovereign and truthful God;
2) Judge those offenders to the eternal death sentence that had been promised for missing the mark of perfection; thereby proving that Father is indeed not a liar, and that Her Laws are justly righteous and for a reason; to prove they are Just and Righteous.
Father accepted Dawn’s challenge and in doing so, Father has proven that to veer off The Way leads to heartache, sickness and a path to eternal death if followed; because Father is righteous and perfect in all ways, She could not intercede to save those that might be salvageable without a proper atonement for the original sin Adam and Eve committed; that is why it is possible to go beyond Adamic Sin; but for the angelic class that has sinned, no sacrifice was attainable in Father’s eyes; therefore, Father uses the fallen angels to further Her proof that sin is not “The Way.” When the final test is concluded, Dawn and his demons will reap the eternal death penalty they rightly deserve.