Sermon Series
  • 1. The Ten Commandments--Introduction

    Contributed on Jul 16, 2001
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    An introduction to the study of the Ten Commandments

    DATE: February 4, 2001 TEXT: Exodus 20:1-20; Deuteronomy 5:6-22 THEME: Ten Commandments – "Introduction " INTRODUCTION - The Christian and the Law i. Three types of law a. Ceremonial Law – Sacrifices, offerings and methods of purification ad cleansing typical of the Messiah and fulfilled ...read more

  • 2. No Gods Before Me

    Contributed on Jul 16, 2001
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    An Exposition of the First Commandment with Emphasis on its Current Application.

    INTRODUCTION q The commandments begin with God. That is where life begins and ends. God himself lies at the heart of the commandments. These are God’s commandments and His name and character are stamped through them. q It is only possible to obey the commandments when we are in proper ...read more

  • 3. No Idols

    Contributed on Jul 16, 2001
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    An Exposition of the Second Commandment with Emphasis on its Current Appliction

    INTRODUCTION q The first commandment establishes our highest duty to god—to have no other God’s before him—to love him supremely. The next three indicate directions in which this supreme love should express itself. (Leslie B. Flynn) q The second commandment assumes the existence of God, but ...read more

  • 4. Do Not Misuse God's Name

    Contributed on Jul 16, 2001
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    An Exposition of the Third Commandment with Emphasis on its Current Application

    BODY I. The Third Commandment is based on God’s holiness A. (Lev. 11:44-45; I Sam. 2:2; I Peter 1:15, 16) B. Because God is holy, even his name is to be respected. 1. A name is more than a word; it is always associated with a person. A name in the Bible is an expression of a person’s ...read more

  • 5. Observe The Sabbath

    Contributed on Jul 16, 2001
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    An Exposition of the Fourth Commandment With Emphasis on its Current Application

    BODY I. The Fourth Commandment is based on God’s grace A. (Psalm 84:11; Prov. 3:34; Acts 14:26; Rom. 5:15; I Cor. 3:10; Gal. 2:21; Eph. 3:7) B. It was for the benefit of people (Mark 2:27) II. The Sabbath Principle was Built into Creation A. (Gen. 2:1-3; Exod. 20:11) III. The ...read more

  • 6. Honour Your Father And Mother

    Contributed on Jul 16, 2001
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    An Expositio of the Fifth Commandment with Emphasis on its Current Application

    INTRODUCTION q This commandment begins the second section of the Ten Commandments. The first four deal with our duty toward God, while the last six deal with our duty toward our fellow human beings. N.B. Our duty towards our fellow is learned and begins to be practiced at home ...read more

  • 7. You Shall Not Murder

    Contributed on Jul 16, 2001
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    An Exposition of the Sixth Commandment with Emphasis on its Current Application

    INTRODUCTION q This commandment continues the focus on our relationship and duties to our fellow human beings. It underscores the fact that life is sacred. The fifth protects proper authority, while the sixth protects our neighbour’s life. BODY I. The Sixth Commandment is based A. On the ...read more

  • 8. You Shall Not Commit Adultery

    Contributed on Jul 16, 2001
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    An Exposition of the Seventh Commandment with Emphasis on its Current Application

    INTRODUCTION q This commandment continues to highlight our relationship and duties to our fellow human beings. The fifth protects proper authority, the sixth protects our neighbour’s life, while the seventh protects the sanctity of the marriage. BODY I. The Seventh Commandment is based ...read more

  • 9. You Shall Not Steal

    Contributed on Jul 16, 2001
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    An Exposition of the Eight Commandment with Emphasis on its Current Application

    INTRODUCTION q This commandment continues to highlight our relationship and duties to our fellow human beings. The fifth protects proper authority, the sixth protects our neighbour’s life, the seventh protects the sanctity of the marriage, while the eight protects our neighbour’s ...read more