God once inscribed these Ten Commandments on marble tablets
but You write them on my heart;
You shall not know another God, since you honor only one (Ex. 20.3; Deut. 5.7).
You shall not erect an empty facade, a lifeless image (Ex. 20.4-6; Deut. 5.8-10).
You shall never mention the lofty God in vain (Ex. 20.7; Deut. 5.11).
Observe every Sabbath; both the celestial and the shadowy (Ex. 20.12; Deut. 5.12-15)
Blessed are you if you do homage to your parents, as is right (Ex. 20.12; Deut. 5.16).
Flee the guilt of a murderous hand (Ex. 20.13; Deut. 5.17), and of another’s marriage bed (Ex. 20.14; Deut. 5.16), evil-minded theft (Ex. 20.15; Deut. 5.19), and false witness (Ex. 20.16; Deut. 5.20); and desire for what belongs to others (Ex. 20.17; Deut 5.21) is the spark of death.
(St. Gregory of Nazianzus, Poems on Scripture, p. 41)