Oh boy...are you confused. GOD never walked upon the earth. Jesus did...The Commandments were given to Moses on Mt.Sinai by GOD.<quoted text>
I don't think God needs anything.
But I do know that when God walked on the earth he gave us two commandments;
"You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind, and with all your strength.
The second is this:You shall love your neighbor as yourself. There is no other commandment greater than these."
God doesn't need anything? Why then does He ask his followers to sacrifice?
Genesis, Chapter 22. God orders Abraham to take his best loved son, Isaac, and sacrifice him.
Wanna talk about Job and the bet God made with the Devil?
The book of Job tells the story of an extremely righteous man named Job, who was very prosperous and had seven sons and three daughters. Constantly fearing that his sons may have sinned and "cursed God in their hearts", he habitually offered burnt offerings as a pardon for their sins. The "sons of God" and Satan (literally "the Adversary") present themselves to God, and God asks Satan his opinion on Job. Satan answers that Job is pious only because God has put a "wall around" him and "blessed" His favourite servant with prosperity, but if God were to stretch out his hand and strike everything that Job had, then he would surely curse God. God gives Satan permission to test Job's righteousness..
Ezekiel 4:11..How about we talk about we talk about God ordering Ezekiel to bake bread over human dung and feed it to the Israelites?
Ezekiel 4:12 >>And thou shalt eat it as barley cakes, and thou shalt bake it in their sight with dung that cometh out of man.
Ezekiel 4:13 >>And Jehovah said, Even thus shall the children of Israel eat their bread unclean, among the nations whither I will drive them.
Looks to me like the "God" of the Old Testament has all the manors of a spoiled child.
Here's a different way of looking at things..
We are here by the happy coincidence of the BIG BANG. What we do with life is entirely up to us.