I have a mezuzah on two of the doors of my house going outside. I was careful to choose one without any pagan symbology on it. There is a Hebrew letter shin ש which stands “Shaddai” or The God of Heaven”, “The Almighty”. It has a little scroll inside that has the Shema written on it. It is a concrete way to apply the command to write the commandments on the doorposts of your houses. I view it much like I do tzitzit. When I see them and it, I am instantly reminded of His Commandments. Scripture even says about the tzitzit that they are to be a reminder for us so that we do not walk in the evil of our own hearts and/or follow false gods as the nations.
Scrioture tells us to keep His commandments in our minds continuously so to be reminded often is a good thing.
Yes Yes & Yes!!!! Absolutely would scream it off the mountain tops and declare it.
The definition of sin is the same for every person who ever lived.
If the mezuzah is a good one, it is a sin for no one.
If the mezuzah is an evil one, it is a sin for everyone.
Make sure you understand all symbols on it and what is written inside of it. For example, if someone put the star of Rashan on it, you don't want it.
Good point Philip Keizer. I don’t know how to read Hebrew. Would it be wrong to write one in English?
@MeeMee McGee I am confident that YHWH isn't too picky about which language we use, so long as it isn't grossly mistranslated. I personally put commandments in English in a picture frame on the inside of the house next to the front door, so that we can actually read it.
The command is a metaphor about using His word for making right judgements. But, if you are going to do it literally (like me) then I think it should be practical (family sees and reads it).
👍👌I will do that
I wrote out the shema and put it in mine.
Did you write this prayer ( Shema Yisrael) in English or Hebrew?
No.it is not sin. You are obeying comandments of Yah to 12 tribes. Remember, tribe of Juda is only 1 out of 12 (1/12)
I would ask, are you born again through the blood of our dear anointed one, our savior Yahshua? If so, then no, it is not a sin. You are an adopted, graphed in child of Abraham; you are a blood descendant of the Israelites through the blood of Yahshua. This is why the Old Testament is just as much relevant to us born again Christians, as it is to the descendants of Abraham. Read Ephesians 2: 11 - 20
Why would i read Ehesians..it is Paul text.