This shalt have no more gods but Me,
Before no idol bow the knee,
Take not the name of God in vain,
Nor dare the Sabbath to profane,
Give both thy parents honour due,
Take heed that thou no murder do.
Abstain from words and deeds unclean;
Nor steal, though thou be poor and mean;
Nor make a wilful lie, nor love it,
What is thy neighbours, dare not covet.
Lickey, Arthur E, “God Speaks to Modern Man”, p. 398, copyright 1952, Review and Herald Publishing Association, Washington D.C.