Sermon Series
  • 1. Have No Other 'gods'

    Contributed on Jul 5, 2009
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    Intro to 10 Commandments and covers the first commandment from a New Testament perspective.

    Have No Other ‘gods’ Exodus 20:3 - You shall have no other gods before me. Luke 4:8 - Worship the Lord your God and serve him only. Understanding the 10 Commandments The 10 Commandments are part of the Mosaic Covenant Old Covenant was a conditional Covenant between God and Israel New ...read more

  • 2. Make No Idols

    Contributed on Jul 12, 2009
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    Looks at the second commandment and how making idols limits our worship of God

    Make No Idols Exodus 20:4-6 Slide Good morning, Last week we began a new series, God’s Top Ten, on the 10 commandments and we started out by giving an overview of some important facts about the 10 commandments. Namely that The 10 commandments were part of the Old Covenant with Israel ...read more

  • 3. Keep The Sabbath Holy

    Contributed on Jul 26, 2009
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    Discusses the 4th Commandment and if and how the sabbath applies under the New Testament.

    Keep the Sabbath Holy The Sabbath in the Old Testament The Sabbath was given to man as a Blessing The Sabbath was given for man to imitate God’s rest The Sabbath was given to man as a sign of the Old Covenant The Sabbath was given for man to imitate God’s Mercy The Sabbath in the ...read more

  • 4. Honor Your Parents

    Contributed on Aug 2, 2009
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    the 5th Commandment and what it means to honor someone and how we apply that command to our parents ad various stages of our life and theirs

    5 - Honor Your Parents Exodus 20:12 - "Honor your father and your mother, so that you may live long in the land the LORD your God is giving you. Understanding what Honor means Honor is Personal Honor means giving Preference Honor relates to Position Honor must be Practical Honoring Your ...read more

  • 5. You Shall Not Murder

    Contributed on Aug 9, 2009
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    Discusses some of the more controversial aspects that Scripture teaches is a wrongful ending of a human life and then talks about the source of murder as Jesus comments on it.

    Do Not Murder Exodus 20:13 - "You shall not murder. Introduction Slide Good morning. This morning we are going to talk about the 6th Commandment as we continue our series on God’s Top Ten. The sixth commandment is found in Exodus 20:13 and reads, “You shall not murder.” I think that ...read more

  • 6. You Shall Not Commit Adultery

    Contributed on Aug 16, 2009
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    Looks at why Adultery is so bad and what God’s plan for sex is and how to have victory in our marriages.

    Do Not Commit Adultery Exodus 20:14 - You shall not commit adultery. Introduction Slide A cartoon offered this commentary on the 10 Commandments. Moses is coming down from Mt. Sinai with the 10 commandments and says to the people, “I’ve got good news and bad news. First the good news. I ...read more

  • 7. You Shall Not Steal

    Contributed on Aug 23, 2009
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    Focuses on how Christians steal from God, withholding glory that is due Him and tithes that are due Him.

    Do not Steal Exodus 20:15 - "You shall not steal. Why people steal We steal because we don’t trust God to provide for us Ways Christians steal We steal from God by withholding what is due Him We steal Glory that is due God We steal Tithes that are due God Trusting God to ...read more

  • 8. You Shall Not Covet

    Contributed on Sep 7, 2009
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    Talks about how to desicern between covetous desire and legitimate desire and how to overcome covetous desire and learn to be content.

    You shall not covet What is coveting? Coveting is a desire for something that is excessive or prohibited and has no regard for the rights of others. How do we determine the difference between legitimate desires and coveting? Legitimate desire will not sacrifice people for the thing desired ...read more