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  • The Proper Use Of God's Name Series

    Contributed by Jeremy Jarvi on Feb 27, 2007
    based on 15 ratings
     | 3,009 views

    Learning the right way to use the name of the Lord in our every day life.

    Good morning. We are continuing our series on “Values That Make A Difference.” Today, we are talking about “The Proper Use of God’s Name” or “Thou shalt not use the Lord’s name in vain.” God doesn’t want us to not misuse it, but wants us to learn how to use it and use it properly. ...read more

  • Do Not Misuse God's Name Series

    Contributed by Errol Joseph on Jul 16, 2001
    based on 75 ratings
     | 3,107 views

    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

  • Honoring God's Name Series

    Contributed by Roger Thomas on Jun 7, 2004
    based on 57 ratings
     | 22,172 views

    Praying the Lord’s Prayer and honoring God’s name must be more than lip service. It must be heart service.

    HONORING GOD’S NAME (Mal 1:6-2:2) Dr. Roger W. Thomas, Preaching Minister First Christian Church, Vandalia, MO Introduction: We are in the midst of a study of the Lord’s Prayer and the principles that we can learn about our praying from the prayer that Jesus taught his disciples to pray. ...read more

  • When God Names A Person

    Contributed by Dr. Jerry Morrissey on Jun 16, 2001
    based on 204 ratings
     | 8,259 views

    Year C. The Nativity of St. John The Baptist Luke 1: 57-66, 80 June 24th, 2001 Title: “When God names a person”

    Year C. The Nativity of St. John The Baptist Luke 1: 57-66, 80 June 24th, 2001 Title: “When God names a person” This is story of the birth of John, his circumcision, naming, and manifestation to relatives and neighbors along with a notice of his ...read more

  • #3 - Respect God's Name Series

    Contributed by Darrell Stetler Ii on Nov 29, 2005
    based on 16 ratings
     | 9,386 views

    How can God’s commands help us live lives free of unnecessary pain and suffering? We continue the series with Commandment 3 - Respecting the name of God. *HANDOUT INCLUDED*

    For a CD of over 100 of sermons by Darrell Stetler II (most complete with handouts), please e-mail darrellstetler2@sbcglobal.net. To keep this series in perspective: I want to remind you about something: You don’t become a Christian by keeping rules. Many people believe that, but it ...read more

  • What's In A Name?

    Contributed by Chris Talton on Jan 18, 2002
    based on 223 ratings
     | 42,540 views

    Taking God’s name in vain is more than just using or avoiding certain words in your language. It starts there, but it includes your actions too.

    June 25, 2000 Exodus 20:7 “What’s in a name?” INTRODUCTION Last Saturday, Tammy, Victoria, Ben, Erica and I decided to go on a picnic together up at Prickett’s Fort State Park. It was the first time that we had been there except just to drive through it one time last year. As we ...read more

  • What's In A Name? Series

    Contributed by Dan Jackson on Jul 11, 2005
    based on 75 ratings
     | 3,748 views

    The word vanity, used often in the Old Testament, means “to empty of con-tent, to make irrelevant.” That’s what the The third commandment is about emptying God’s name of significance; making it irrelevant; identifying God as something He is not.

    “WHAT’S IN A NAME?” (Exodus 20:7) I played in a golf tournament the other day. I was in a foursome with three men whom I had never met. (The tournament format required that we be paired together because we all had similar handicaps. I didn’t know these guys because I make it a practice to ...read more

  • What's In A Name? Series

    Contributed by Dennis Marquardt on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 97 ratings
     | 7,850 views

    #3 in 10 Commandment Series

    #3 “WHAT’S IN A NAME?” TEXT: Ex. 20:7 Eph. 1:1-14 INTRO: How important are names? What kind of images are created when we hear names like: Washington, Lincoln, Roosevelt, Kennedy, Benedict Arnold, Ted Bundy, or names like United States of America, Russia, Germany, Africa, ...read more

  • What's In A Name? (The Third Commandment) Series

    Contributed by Timothy Peck on Jan 10, 2001
    based on 134 ratings
     | 19,032 views

    As followers of Jesus Christ, we carry God’s name with us wherever we go, whatever we do.

    What’s in a name? In Shakespeare’s "Romeo and Juliet," Romeo asks that very question: "What’s in a name? A rose by any other name still smells just as sweet." Romeo would have us believe that names are just arbitrary ways of saying who we are.   But names are far more important than Romeo would ...read more

  • Mean What You Say! Series

    Contributed by Scott Heine on May 2, 2002
    based on 79 ratings
     | 3,578 views

    Third in a series on the Ten Commandments, focusing on sincerity and honoring God’s name.

    Rule #3: Mean What You Say! By Pastor Scott Heine · June 18, 2000 A couple of weeks ago, I asked you to consider some tough questions: On a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate your life — not just at this moment, or because of whatever circumstances you’ve faced, but rather an ...read more

  • Take My Name But Not In Vain Series

    Contributed by Joe Bedy on Sep 12, 2002
    based on 57 ratings
     | 1,931 views

    Christians can empty out the name of the Lord and turn people away from Christ.

    September 12 2002 Joe Bedy Central Christian Church St Petersburg, Fl What¡¦s in a name? Is a last name of Smith, Cook, Heckathorne, Bedy or Percival significant? I believe there was a time in days past when a good name was essential. It was considered a high achievement to maintain the ...read more

  • Lord's Name In Vain Series

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Feb 12, 2003
    based on 37 ratings
     | 5,655 views

    A brief sermon on #3 of the Ten Commandments.

    Do Not Take the Lord’s Name in Vain Exodus 20:1-7 Evening Service for 2/2/2003 Introduction: A. In the journal of the American Medical Association Dr. Howard Bennett presented his personal study of the various names of people in the medical profession in the United States. In his study he ...read more

  • What's In A Name? Series

    Contributed by Mary Lewis on Aug 3, 2003
    based on 56 ratings
     | 3,139 views

    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

  • The Positive Side Of The Ten Commandments: The Third Commandment Series

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Nov 15, 2002
    based on 84 ratings
     | 4,060 views

    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.

    A. INTRODUCTION THIRD COMMANDMENT “Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain; for the Lord will not hold him guiltless that taketh His name in vain” (Exodus 20:7). 1. Not for salvation. Could a person be saved if they kept the third commandment, if they never once cursed, or ...read more

  • A Name That's Worthy Series

    Contributed by Jeremy Houck on Mar 6, 2005
    based on 39 ratings
     | 4,222 views

    We need to hold the name of God in reverence with our tongue and our lives.

    Please turn with me to Exodus 20:1-17, as we read our text tonight. In Lewis Carroll’s book “Alice in Wonderland”, Alice was having a conversation with the Mad Hatter and the March Hare one afternoon. And the March Hare scolded her, saying, “You should say what you mean!” Alice said, “I do — ...read more