“Edict Three from The Heavens unto The Earth.
The ears of the earth shall not hear the blasphemy of man.
The voice of man shall not blaspheme his God.
The voice of man shall not disparage his God,
shall not curse his God,
shall not abjure his God,
shall not malign his God.
The voice of man shall not use the name of his God as a casual exclamation of surprise,
shall not use the name of his God without due reverence,
shall not use the name of his God with any measure of disgust,
shall not use the name of his God as a profanity,
shall not use the name of his God in vain.
The voice of man which blasphemes his God in mortality shall be silenced in eternity.
The voice of man is a very powerful attribute of man as it determines mandates in the likeness of God:
as it determines destinies,
as it determines relationships,
as it determines truth,
as it determines lies,
as it determines actions,
as it determines life,
as it determines the welfare of man.
The voice of man measures the allotting of death,
the allotting of disease,
the allotting of healing,
the allotting of appearance,
the allotting of growth,
the allotting of birth,
the allotting of conception.
The voice of man can end and start memory creation,
can end and start affection,
can end and start a marriage,
can end and start a family,
can end and start a journey of significance,
can end and start a journey of despair.
The voice of man should be constrained by wisdom,
should be used with wisdom,
should become a blessing:
for by the voice of man empires rise and fall,
kingdoms are birthed and perish,
knowledge is attained and shared,
friends are welcomed,
enemies are threatened,
status is communicated without awareness,
the records of man within the field of God are created and held in trust by God.”