Sermon Series
  • 1. I Am Your God

    Contributed on Dec 5, 2000
    based on 61 ratings

    This was the first sermon in a series on the Ten Commandmentsa

    Do Not Worship Any God Except Me. I was probably 7 when I first heard about them, the next time they came to my attention, I was 15. The first time was in a religious ed class in grade 2, it was at the Canadian Armed Forces School in Soest, Germany. The next time was in grade 10 history. I’m more

  • 2. Make No Images Of God

    Contributed on Dec 5, 2000
    based on 62 ratings

    This was the second in a series and looks at not making idols.

    Last week we started on a journey through the Ten Commandments, which will take us ten messages. Funny how that works isn’t it? Last week was fairly straight forward, not a lot of room for discussion, not much controversy. Most of us would consider our selves monotheistic, that is we believe in more

  • 3. Don't Misuse God's Name

    Contributed on Dec 5, 2000
    based on 67 ratings

    Looks at the various way God’s name can be misused.

    Very few things bug me as much as hearing the Lord’s name misused. When I was 15 I went to work on the tugboats out of Saint John New Brunswick and hanging around with sailors it didn’t take long before I had pretty much heard any words that I might have missed in high school. And so if you take more

  • 4. Take A Break

    Contributed on Dec 5, 2000
    based on 67 ratings

    Looks at the need for the seventh day.

    What a crazy world that we live in. You ever feel like the Rabbit in “Alice in Wonderland”? You know the one, he’s always rushing this way and that looking at his watch and muttering, “I’m late, I’m late”. It seems that every hour of every day is filled to the limit with things that need doing more

  • 5. The Sandwich Generation

    Contributed on Dec 5, 2000
    based on 139 ratings

    This message looks at the need for honouring our aging parents.

    A little bit of a change in direction here. Early in January we started this series on the Ten Commandments, and after the first four messages we are about to make an abrupt turn. The first four commandments dealt with our relationship with God. They were vertical commands, and now they have more

  • 6. Don't Kill

    Contributed on Dec 5, 2000
    based on 100 ratings

    What does this command prohibit and how does it fit in our society today.

    A Sunday school teacher was discussing the Ten Commandments with her five and six year olds. After explaining the commandment to "honour thy father and thy mother," she asked, "Is there a commandment that teaches us how to treat our brothers and sisters?" Without missing a beat, one little boy more

  • 7. Don't Steal Anothers Affections

    Contributed on Dec 5, 2000
    based on 103 ratings

    A look at Adultery and the Ten Commandments

    We’re going to do something a little bit different this morning as we look at the seventh commandment. Which is Exodus 20:14 Be faithful in marriage. I’m going to tell you a story. It all started with a man, figures doesn’t it? He wasn’t just any man he was the most powerful man in the nation, more

  • 8. Who Are You Stealing From?

    Contributed on Dec 5, 2000
    based on 126 ratings

    A look at how people steal from others and from God

    Let’s start this morning by taking a little informal survey. Anyone here ever had money stolen from them? Ok, how about tools, anyone ever have tools stolen, how about borrowed and not returned? Anyone ever have a bicycle stolen, Anyone ever have a car stolen. What about having something stolen more

  • 9. Who Are You Trying To Fool?

    Contributed on Dec 5, 2000
    based on 97 ratings

    A look at some of the ways we try to deceive others, ourselves and God.

    Last week I mentioned how violated we felt when we had something stolen, when someone took what belonged to us. I think that if we were honest today we’d all agree that there is a very similar feeling of violation that comes when we feel that we have been deceived. Most relationships can take more