Sermon Series
  • 1. The Law Of Love

    Contributed on Nov 10, 2006
    based on 14 ratings

    Introduction to the Ten Commandments

    Exodus 20:1-17 Intro: Ill. Ted Turner has declared the Ten Commandments obsolete, "We’re living with outdated rules. The rules we’re living under are the Ten Commandments, and I bet nobody here even pays much attention to them because they’re too old. When Moses went up on the mountain, there more

  • 2. Just One Thing

    Contributed on Nov 11, 2006
    based on 3 ratings

    A sermon on the Ten Commandments

    Old Abbott and Costello skit. It doesn’t matter too much who is in what position in our lives until we settle the matter of who is on first. In other words, we need to know who is in first place in our lives. This issue must be settled! If anyone, or anything, occupies first place in our lives more

  • 3. With All My Heart

    Contributed on Nov 11, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    Sermon on the second commandment

    The second commandment is all about having a cheating heart. Last we looked at the first commandment. In that commandment God makes it clear that we are to have NO OTHER GODS! Having other gods is cheating and disobeying the first law of God. I would remind you that Jesus came at this commandment more

  • 4. It' S All In The Name

    Contributed on Nov 11, 2006
    based on 16 ratings

    A sermon on the third commandment

    When the 1960s ended, San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury district reverted to high rent, and many hippies moved down the coast to Santa Cruz. They had children and got married, too, though in no particular sequence. But they didn’t name their children Melissa or Brett. People in the mountains around more

  • 5. Better Is One Day

    Contributed on Nov 11, 2006
    based on 3 ratings

    Sermon on the fourth Commandment

    Yes, I’m tired. For several years I’ve been blaming it on middle age, iron poor blood, lack of vitamins, air pollution, water pollution, saccharin, obesity, dieting, underarm odor, yellow wax buildup, and a dozen other maladies that make you wonder if life is really worth living. But now, I find more

  • 6. To Mom And Dad With Love

    Contributed on Nov 11, 2006
    based on 5 ratings

    Sermon on the Fifth Commandment

    “Honor your father and mother. Then you will live a long, full life in the land the Lord your God will give you.” Exodus 20:12 A mother that had scrimped and saved to put her son through college sat in her son’s graduation. She watched as he walked across the platform and received his degree more

  • 7. Killing Our Hatred With A Life Of Love

    Contributed on Nov 11, 2006
    based on 14 ratings

    Sermon on the Sixth Commandment

    “Do not murder.” Exodus 20:13 One American is shot, stabbed, beaten, or strangled to death every minute. It seems that no matter where you turn in our society, or even our world, there are murders. It’s on the television and movies as fiction. It’s on the streets and next door as a brutal more

  • 8. Clean And Pure: A Way Of Life

    Contributed on Nov 11, 2006
    based on 2 ratings

    Sermon on the Seventh Commandment

    In the midst of marital disagreement it is not uncommon for a spouse to wonder if there isn’t somebody with whom they would be more compatible. Suleyman Guresci, of Izmir, Turkey, divorced his wife of twenty-one years after a bitter six-year court battle. In an effort to find the ideal woman, more

  • 9. Integrity: For The Record

    Contributed on Nov 16, 2006
    based on 2 ratings

    A sermon on the Eigth Commandment

    Do not steal. Exodus 20:15 I remember the first thing I stole. I was in kindergarten and I just couldn’t resist taking home that little tiny set of plastic or metal gas pumps. I don’t know that I thought about it being wrong but I sure know it became wrong when my parents asked me where I got more

  • 10. Words Matter

    Contributed on Nov 16, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    A Sermon on the Ninth Commandment

    “No lies about your neighbor.” Ex. 20:16 This Commandment has to do with controlling our tongue. That is a very important, but extremely difficult task. James tells us the tongue can be tamed by no man, James 3:1-8. Rabbi Joseph Telushkin comments: Over the past decade, whenever I have more

  • 11. More Than Enough

    Contributed on Nov 16, 2006
    based on 3 ratings

    A Sermon on the Tenth Commandment

    Decades ago the famed poet Mick Jagger described our plight with these words: I can’t get no satisfaction, I can’t get no satisfaction ’Cause I try and I try and I try and I try... When I’m drivin’ in my car, and the man come on the radio He’s tellin’ me more and more about some useless more