James, your words are not meagre. Their implications come with heavy deductions and this is why I fret reading them at times because the moment we know a thing, we are guilty if we don't act to stop said thing from prevailing against GOD-in-us and GOD-with us.
We've all been there...here...wherever you are; listening to this or reading this. We've all ran away, curled into our shells in hopes of self-preservation as the nearest form of salvation. We've all left where we were or where we were kept; we've all been displaced, dislocated (not by bone alone but away from joy or the magnitude of peace). We've all been distant from GOD and it’s always by our own making.
If we deserve punishment in judgement, we can receive an entitlement of forgiveness by this commandment. Break the Wheel!
Weeping, Dying, dead. End of sin, finished evil, buried in wealthy man's tomb, resurrected, king: with an unending throne and reign; guide to the lost, light to the world, mercy for the broken, unforgotten, undefeated; not disputed; the last message to humanity from GOD: creator not created – GOD as GOD before humanity.
The role of the prophets were: to keep the hope for the Messiah alive; ensure that the sculpting by the law was in effect; and warned against leaving GOD which is the greatest evil to be committed. Yet the duties of the prophet are beyond this list but the emphasis of this bond is the role of the prophet to give a description narrative of/to the Messiah.
This is the inheritance: that CHRIST is my buffer; that the very definition of “limitless” limits me; that the very example of freedom is my only limitation...
If the adversary of your life seeks to bring to your consciousness the evils you have repented of and rent your clothes in contrite restitution, give a deaf ear.
GOD is the resurrection, the fusion of all explanations for being and seeing and living and believing.