Covetousness drives a wedge between people and destroys relationships.
Exodus 20:1-17, 1 John 2:15-17
What does it mean to covet? I want to thank Timothy Peck and Chris Talton for help with main points from their sermons on sermoncentral.
Christian/Church Of Christ
Contentment doesn’t come from our circumstances. It comes from the heart. And that’s where the root of the problem really lies. Not in our wallets, but in our hearts.
Tenth Commandment - Coveting
Exodus 20:17, 1 John 2:15-17
#10 in 10 Commandment Series
Exodus 20:17, 1 Kings 21:1-16
Assembly Of God
This sermon give 4 reasons why God forbids coveting and then gives examples of people who allowed coveting to control and destroy them.
This sermon examines the lives of several prominent O.T. people (Lot, David, Achan, etc.) to see how coveting almost destroyed them.
In order to survive our finances, we need to examine our heart attitude toward money and possessions.
1 Timothy 6:6-7, Exodus 20:17
The hidden motive back of each commandment is worship. Since everything a Christian does should praise God, all of the Ten Commandments revolve around worshipping God.
Answers to three questions: What is coveting? Why is it bad? How can we be free from it?
We are created by God with these insatiable desires and yet He prohibits us from coveting.
a look at the tenth commandment
The 10th commandment is as comprehensive as the first. Perhaps more than any other, it focuses on the interior of the human heart. It is not concerned so much with what we do, but with what we think. It is less about action and more about attitude
Our culture is constantly telling us a big lie: "More will satisfy."
Not Coveting means choosing to align your desires with God
The SIN of covetousness, The SOURCE of covetousness, The SORROW of covetousness...and the cure! Link included to Formatted Text Version and PowerPoint Template.
This sermon will end our study of the Ten Commandments. The 10th Commandment commands us: "Thou Shalt Not Covet.."
Church Of God
This morning is our last message in our series on the Ten Commandments. I think I just heard a sigh of relief from someone. Like many of you, I struggle with this last commandment. “Thou shalt not covet..”
A look at what jealousy did to Saul (and what it usually does to us).
1 Samuel 18:6-7
This last word in the ten commamdments is pointed directly at our heart. The first 9 discuss our actions this one discerns our heart. Here we have the source of our deeds the desires of our heart.
The final sermon on the 10 Commandments. This command seems silly. I don’t hurt anyone by merely wanting, do I? How to Overcome Coveting... *HANDOUT INCLUDED*
Envy, Jealousy, Materialism, Commandments Covet
Coveting is a dangerous thing!
Covetousness is the spirit of greed and may bring about spiritual death apart from genuine repentance and faith in the forgiving grace of our Lord Jesus Christ.
9 of the 10 Commandments have physical evidence to show the sin committed. The 10th Commandment though is different, and those many people will commit it and not admit to it, because they see no evidence of their sin.
Faith, Commandments, Covet, Commandments Covet
9 de los 10 Mandamientos tienen pruebas materiales para mostrar el pecado cometido. El Mandamiento décimo aunque es diferente, y esas muchas personas lo cometerán y no lo confesarán, porque ellos no ven evidencia de su pecado.
Faith, Mandamiento, Codicie, Commandments Covet
The problem is our attitude not our actions
Selfishness, Self, Heart Problems, Commandments Covet
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS – The Heart of the Matter
The tenth commandment is the "inside-out" commandment. Seven steps from coveteousness to contentment.
Christians should avoid any lustful desire to an opposite gender.
Lust, Adultery, Commandments Covet, Marriage Faithfulness
Talks about how to desicern between covetous desire and legitimate desire and how to overcome covetous desire and learn to be content.
Covet, Ten Commandments, Commandments Covet
Coveting is not wrong...provided you covet the right things.
Covet, Commandments Covet