Sermon Series
  • 1. Fourth Commandment

    Contributed on Nov 14, 2016
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    The fourth commandment calls to observe one day for God. The Israelite's were asked to keep the seventh day but we can keep one day for the Lord.

    Fourth Commandment Sabbath: Ex 20:8-11 Introduction: the Hebrew word for the Sabbath is “Shabbath”. It means rest. Jews were commanded to keep the Sabbath on the seventh day of every week. 1. Remember the Sabbath Ex 20:8 The Hebrew word is “Zakar”. ...read more

  • 2. Fifth Commandment

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    The fifth commandment given by YHWH was to honor parents. The children are heritage to the parents likewise the Parents are property to the Children. No parents means you are not existing. Today what you are is because of your Parents.

    Fifth Commandment HONOR Ex 20:12 Introduction: Fifth commandment begins the second table, which lays down our duty towards our neighbors. Of all our duties to our fellow-men, the first and most fundamental is our duty towards our parents. The connection between the first four ...read more

  • 3. Eigth Commandment

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    Do not steal others property. Work hard and earn your blessings.

    Eighth Commandment: Thou Shall not Steal-Ex 20:15 Introduction: take (another person's property) without permission or legal right and without intending to return it. Robbery is the crime of taking or attempting to take something of value by force or threat of force or by putting the victim ...read more

  • 4. Fifth Commandment

    Contributed on Nov 14, 2016
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    The fifth commandment given by YHWH was to honor parents. The children are heritage to the parents likewise the Parents are property to the Children. No parents means you are not existing. Today what you are is because of your Parents.

    Fifth Commandment HONOR Ex 20:12 Introduction: Fifth commandment begins the second table, which lays down our duty towards our neighbors. Of all our duties to our fellow-men, the first and most fundamental is our duty towards our parents. The connection between the first four ...read more

  • 5. Second Commandment

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    The second commandment is talking about the Idol worship. God is against all kinds of Idol worships. YHWH is the only God to be worshiped all over the world.

    Second Commandment Ex 20:4-6 Introduction: This second command precedes all other eight commandments. In God’s sight the Idol worship leads to all sins. If a person keeps himself away from Idol worship, he will keep himself from every sinful life. 1. NOT TO MAKE ANY IDOL V.4. It is ...read more

  • 6. Third Commandment

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    The Third commandment is talking about the Name of God. Not to use in vain.

    Third Commandment Exodus 20:7 Introduction: This third command talks about the name of the Lord which great identity. It reflects the Characters, it reminds the personality, it brings the deeds of a person. Names are associated with events. A personal name identifies a specific unique and ...read more

  • 7. First Commandment

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    The Ten commandments starts with the truth that there is only one God and not other exists on the earth. That only God is YHWH and he is jealous God.

    First Commandment Ex 20:1-3 “I am YHWH” Introduction(v.1) While Israelite's were challenging Moses and "testing" God, for food and water. God has brought them out of Egypt and performed miracles. They never understood the purpose of God that they are "a treasured possession, a ...read more

  • 8. Tenth Commandment

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    The Tenth Command of God calls us to be honest with Wife and do not desire anything in your life.

    Tenth Commandment: Thou shall not covet anything of thy neighbor - Ex 20:17 Introduction:. Buddhism taught craving is the cause of all sufferings. Philosopher Thomas Hobbes (1588–1679) declared that human desire is the fundamental motivation of all human action. Immanuel Kant ...read more

  • 9. Ninth Commandment

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    The Ninth Commandment talks about the Witnessing the Truth. Be faithful in your words. Lips should bring life and not destruction.

    Ninth Commandment: Thou shall not bear false witness against thy neighbor-Ex 20:16 Introduction:. One poem reads: “Who steals my purse, steals trash, But he who filches from me my good name, Robs me of that which not enriches him, Yet leaves me poor indeed,” Thou shall ...read more

  • 10. Sixth Commandment

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    Sixth Command of God calls for a peaceful living and having calm and quiet life with one another.

    Sixth Command: Do not Kill. Ex 20:13 In Bible the word anger/angry is used for 289 times, the word anger is used for 232 times and the rest for angry, Whereas the NT has only 12 times. The faculty of anger is God created one but use properly. F. Tennyson Jesse in his “Murder and Its ...read more

  • 11. Seventh Commandment

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    The seventh commandment seems to be irrelevant to our present generation. But God wants His people to be pure and Holy in all their dealings. So God cannot accept the immoral life. Aim at Holy Living with the Spirit of God.

    Seventh Commandment: Thou Shall not Commit Adultery Ex 20:14 Introduction: This commandment prohibits all unlawful sexual relationship and upholds the sacredness and divine appointment of marriage for the propagation and multiplication of the human race. Thou shall not commit ...read more