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The Second of The “Ten” (Part IV of IV)

I realize I have spent a lot of time on the Lord’s second word. So, just for a reminder, I want you to read it again:

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The Second of The “Ten” (part III of IV)

Whenever you hear a teaching about the commandment never to create other “gods” to worship, inevitably, the teacher will warn you not to make our jobs or wealth or cars or hobbies or anything else, too important. Why is that? … Continue reading

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The Second of the “Ten” (part II)

In the last message, I was just starting to examine the command, the principles, of not creating anything that would resemble a god. I explained how most common religious symbols incorporated various animals and human-animal combinations. Some of these symbols … Continue reading

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The Second of The “Ten”

“You are to have no other gods before me. You are not to make for yourselves a carved image or any kind of representation of anything in heaven above, on the earth beneath or in the water below the shoreline. … Continue reading

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More Thoughts on The “Ten” (pt II)

Then God said all these words . . .” (Exodus 20:1) We are looking at the twentieth chapter of Exodus, and this morning I only want to look at one word above. And the word is “word.” Seriously. That little … Continue reading

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More Thoughts on The “Ten”

I explained that I wanted us to spend some time investigating the “Famous 10.” What we have grown to know as the “10 Commandments.” Now, we are going to turn to the twentieth chapter of Exodus and see what the … Continue reading

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Thoughts on The “Ten”

Several times I have shared certain habits that I have found helpful in my life of faith. For instance, every day I not only read my Bible, I study my Bible. It is my passion, my delight and it quenches … Continue reading

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