Sermon Series
  • 1. Looking Out For Number One

    Contributed on Aug 3, 2003
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    Obeying the first commandment in a pluralistic society

    Looking Out for Number One INTRODUCTION Once upon a time a little boy who built a little toy sailboat. He would take it to the park every day and sail the little boat on the pond. He liked watching it coast around in the breeze. Because he loved his boat, he was pretty careful not to let it go ...read more

  • 2. Beyond Imagining

    Contributed on Aug 3, 2003
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    The second commandment keeps us from putting God "in a box"

    Beyond Imagining Introduction Sherlock Holmes and his assistant Dr. Watson are camping. After enjoying a day of relaxation, they pitch their tent under the stars and go to sleep. Sometime in the middle of the night, Holmes wakes Watson. "Watson, look up at the stars and tell me what you ...read more

  • 3. What's In A Name?

    Contributed on Aug 3, 2003
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    Third Commandment: Christians should never bring shame to the name of God

    What’s in a Name? Introduction How many babies born in America are named “Adolph”? How about “Saddam” or “Osama”? Do you know anybody named “Judas”? A rose by any other name may smell as sweet, but some names get pretty stunk up by their owners, don’t they? Of course, the opposite can be true, ...read more

  • 4. Rest Assured

    Contributed on Aug 3, 2003
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    Fourth Commandment: How the Sabbath gives us a picture of salvation

    Rest Assured Introduction – Why don’t we keep the Sabbath? One “Frank & Ernest” cartoon shows Moses bringing the 10 Commandments to the people, and one of them says, “Could you make copies? We’d like to begin a loophole search” If a Christian regularly broke the 6th commandment (Do not murder) ...read more

  • 5. God's Day Off

    Contributed on Aug 3, 2003
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    Fourth Commandment, Part 2: The Value of Sabbath in a Fast-Paced Society

    God’s Day Off Introduction – Busy, Busy, Busy Tattoo Syndrome A Tacoma, Washington, newspaper carried a story about a basset hound named, “Tattoo.” One evening, Tattoo’s owner accidentally shut the dog’s leash in the car door and took off for a drive with Tattoo still attached to it. Tattoo ...read more

  • 6. Honor Guard

    Contributed on Aug 3, 2003
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    Fifth Commandment: Attitudes Toward Authority

    Honor Guard Introduction Speeder Finagles Way Out of Ticket A police officer pulled a man over for speeding and asked to see his driver’s license Calmly, the driver responded: I don’t have one. I had it suspended when I got my fifth DUI. Officer: May I see your registration? Driver: It’s ...read more

  • 7. The Law Of Perfect Freedom

    Contributed on Aug 4, 2003
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    Introduction to Ten Commandments series: The Place of the Law in the Life of a Christian (Title taken from a book by Michael Horton)

    The Law of Perfect Freedom Intro I would probably never have the guts to do it, but I love to watch skydiving – especially when they are in free fall – before they open their parachutes. It just looks so fun and so amazing – and yes, kind of terrifying – to see human beings literally flying ...read more

  • 8. Mirror, Mirror

    Contributed on Aug 4, 2003
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    An Introduction to a series on the Ten Commandments: The Scriptures show us who we really are, that God might transform us.

    Mirror, Mirror Intro – Mirrors, Morning Rituals What’s the first thing you do when you get up in the morning? Whatever it is, it’s probably the same thing every day. Everybody seems to have their own morning rituals to get them going. Maybe you have to have a cup of coffee before you can do ...read more

  • 9. Plunder Of Providence

    Contributed on Aug 6, 2003
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    The eighth commandment: Do not steal. Details many ways that stealing has become commonplace. Christians should not steal, but work for their needs and for others

    Introduction In New York City, there are eight million cats and eleven million dogs. New York City is basically just concrete and steel, so when your pet dies, you can’t just go out in the back yard and bury it. The city would dispose of your dead pet, but charged $50 So one lady had this great ...read more

  • 10. Truth Be Told

    Contributed on Aug 6, 2003
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    Ninth Commandment: Do not bear false witness. Sermon focuses on the importance of seeking and speaking the truth.

    Truth Be Told Introduction Mike & Harry are sitting at a bar. They get into a heated argument. Mike grabs Harry around the throat and starts to choke him. As Harry fights back, he throws Mike off him, and Mike smashes up the side of his face on a chair. An ambulance is called, and when all is ...read more

  • 11. Draining Desires

    Contributed on Jun 7, 2004
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    Tenth Commandment - Coveting

    Draining Desires Introduction I’m sure many of you were saddened by the recent death of Bob Hope. And if you’re old enough to remember Bob Hope, then you no doubt remember another legendary comic, Jack Benny. Although in real life, Benny was known as a very generous man, his comic shtick was ...read more

  • 12. Made Right To Live Right

    Contributed on Jun 11, 2004
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    A Wrap-up of a series on the 10 Commandments, with the emphasis on the fact that we’re saved by Jesus’ sacrifice for us, not by keeping the Law

    Made Right to Live Right Introduction I know some of you might have a hard time with it, but I really kind of enjoy living alone. Especially after being a middle-aged dorm student when I was in seminary. But there is one thing that I don¡¦t like. I can¡¦t blame anything on anybody. I mean, I have ...read more

  • 13. The Missing Link

    Contributed on Jun 11, 2004
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    Implications of the 7th Commandment - Thou Shalt Not Commit Adultery

    The Missing Link Introduction: A Kid’s Eye View When I was a kid, I discovered among my parents’ books an ornately illustrated volume of the 10 Commandments. It looked like it was probably a reproduction of an illuminated manuscript that had been painstakingly created by medieval monks. The ...read more

  • 14. Choose Life

    Contributed on Jun 11, 2004
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    Implications of the 6th Commandment - Thou Shalt Not Kill

    Choose Life Introduction Alexander M. Sanders, Jr., is the Chief Judge of the South Carolina Court of Appeals. When his daughter Zoe graduated from the Univ. of South Carolina in 1992, he told this story that happened what she was just three years old. Sanders came home from work one day to find ...read more