Handwriting of Requirements

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Collossians 2 speaks of the Handwriting of Requirements.

The Greek word for "handwriting" is cheirographon, used in common Greek for a document written in one's own hand as legal proof of indebtedness. Some modern translations call it a bond of indebtedness.

God wrote the 10 Commandments on tablet of stone with his finger (See Exodus 31:18)