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Taking Godís name in vain is more than just using or avoiding certain words in your language. It starts there, but it includes your actions too.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Exodus 20:7
Shared: 1/18/2002
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To Love the Lord Your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind and with all your strength; you must be in relationship with Him. You must have a passion for that relationship.
Denomination: Anglican
Shared: 2/12/2013
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This sermon is a precursor to a series on the Ten Commandments. It explains what the law tells us about God and about us as well as what the law could never do.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Exodus 19:1-19:25
Shared: 1/18/2002
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Are you a murderer? I doubt there are many serial killers here today... but Satan will try many sneaky ways to get us to break Godís commands. Hereís how to beat him! *HANDOUT INCLUDED*
Denomination: Holiness
Scripture: Exodus 20:13
Shared: 12/6/2005
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The Bible tells us that the Gospel was preached first to the Jews. Why would they get first crack at salvation? And what can this mean to us?
Scripture: Luke 2:25-2:32
Shared: 12/9/2012
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This sermon examines the lives of several prominent O.T. people (Lot, David, Achan, etc.) to see how coveting almost destroyed them.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Exodus 20:17
Shared: 1/22/2002
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Examines the difference between a coveting heart and a contented heart.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Exodus 20:17
Tags: Peace
Shared: 5/19/2004
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The 8th commandment forces us to look at our attitude towards possessions and our accountabilty to God
Scripture: Exodus 20:15
Shared: 7/22/2005
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One of the images of God from the Old Testament is that of a powerful and intimidating deity who stands in judgment. How can that square with the God of love and compassion we see in the New Testament.
Scripture: Isaiah 6:1-6:7
Shared: 7/16/2006
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Now Glory is a word that contains much emotion and much wonder. IT is often used when we experience something that has a Wow factor. Such as, "Oh what a glorious view!" or "That performance was glorious!"
Denomination: Anglican
Scripture: John 13:31-13:35
Shared: 4/27/2013
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