Summary: The Gospel Drama continues to unfold with God speaking the Ten Commandments to His people at Mount Sinai. The first commandment shows the sovereign omnipresent character of Yahweh and points to Jesus visitation to come.
Summary: God tries to restore our relationship with him through the Ten Commandments and the two Great Commandments. We can’t ignore this relationship. If it is to be an exclusive relationship, God must be our number one priority.
Summary: In our present society when many people often ignore the basic foundations of God's Word, it is good to revisit the giving of the Law to Moses and understand the main reasons why God put great emphasis in it.
Summary: Coveting—our envy of another’s possessions and blessings has the potential to destroy our relationship with God and with others. A life of thankfulness and gratitude is commanded instead of coveting.
Summary: Message compares a burglary in Georgia in which the thief took money from a boy selling charity T-shirts from his wheel chair. The point is "does Jesus forgive us just because we say we are sorry?"
Summary: 1. God sets holy standards for us (Exo 19:20-25).
2. We need Godly support (Exo 19:24).
3. God speaks so that we will believe (Exo 20:1-20 & 19:9).
4. We need a Savior (Exo 19:20-22 & Heb 12:18-26).
Summary: This sermon looks at various nails we carry in our lives, much like the ones that nailed Jesus to the tree. It can be used on Ash Wed. or maundy Thurs. If used at ash Wed., each participant is given a nail to carry with them throughout lent to remind them