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  • Make No Idols Series

    Contributed by Scott Kircher on Jul 13, 2009
    based on 21 ratings
     | 5,748 views

    Looks at the second commandment and how making idols limits our worship of God

    Make No Idols Exodus 20:4-6 Slide Good morning, Last week we began a new series, God’s Top Ten, on the 10 commandments and we started out by giving an overview of some important facts about the 10 commandments. Namely that The 10 commandments were part of the Old Covenant with Israel ...read more

  • Gideon's Gaffe Series

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Oct 5, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,691 views

    Gideon (Inadvertenly) Makes An Idol

    Almost a year has gone by since Tiger Woods admitted sharing a bed with women who were not his wife. Since then he’s lost his marriage, millions of dollars in endorsements, and his golf game has been off. What prompted Tiger to make such a gaffe? Let him tell you in his own words: “I ...read more

  • God’s Second Word: Worship & Serve No Other Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on Jul 19, 2010
    based on 39 ratings
     | 32,004 views

    Freedom to truly live comes only through proper self-control is the message of the 10 Commandments. The purpose of God’s law is deliverance not domination. Obedience does not subjugate; it saves and delivers.

    [GOD’S TEN WORDS SERIES] EXODUS 20: 4 - 6 GOD’S SECOND WORD: WORSHIP AND SERVE NO OTHER In New York Harbor the STATUE OF LIBERTY stands with torch held high. She faces the Atlantic Ocean and the old countries beyond, with her back turned toward the country she honors. She holds high the ...read more

  • Flee From Idolatry

    Contributed by David Rogers on Feb 20, 2007
    based on 31 ratings
     | 6,779 views

    This sermon was developed to show how we often take small things and make them idols in our life. How we replace God as number one in our life with something else.

    Flee From Idolatry 1 Cor. 10:14-22 Prayer Introduction We often look down on the tribesman and the worshippers of Idols with disdain. We think that we are above having Gods made with our on hands but I want you to think about something the only difference between the idolatry of a tribesman ...read more

  • Cheating On God Series

    Contributed by Jeffery Anselmi on Jul 29, 2011
    based on 3 ratings
     | 6,455 views

    We need to realize that when we cheat on God we do a lot of damage to ourselves. James shares with us how to cheat-proof or relationship with God

    INTRODUCTION • SLIDE #1 • The issue we will examine this morning is not a particularly fun one or a comfortable one to talk about. I pray it will open our eyes to the potential problem it can become in our relationship with Jesus. • For those who are married, do you remember your wedding day? ...read more

  • Don't Make God Small Series

    Contributed by Tom Dooley on May 21, 2001
    based on 100 ratings
     | 1,920 views

    We are living in a confusing time in our culture. In such a time we need absolutes. I believe that the Ten Commandments can provide the absolutes that we need.

    "Timeless Truths For Troubled Times" Don’t Make God Small"Exodus 20:4-6 by Tom Dooley www.preachingtheword.com Just a couple of nights ago I was watching a news discussion program. Their conversation turned to morals in America. I thought it was interesting that three out of the four ...read more

  • When It's No Fun Anymore Series

    Contributed by Doug Johnston on Oct 8, 2001
    based on 41 ratings
     | 1,354 views

    David developed his faith by necessity as God allowed other helpful resources to go by the wayside.

    1 Samuel records for us that David had five great resources during the early part of his life, resources that we might find God giving us too. +A good position (18:5) +A good wife (19:11-14) +A good influence from God (19:18-19) +A good friend (18:1-4) +A good dose of self-respect ...read more

  • The Search For Fulfillment Series

    Contributed by Carl Kolb on Feb 6, 2004
    based on 7 ratings
     | 1,301 views

    There is danger in searching for fulfillment in the things you create because those things can become your idol.

    What If They’re Wrong Series Exodus 20:4-6 "The Search For Fulfillment” My wife and I have some friends named *Bob & Sara*. *(names changed) They are multimillionaires. They weren’t always millionaires. In fact, they grew up on the south side of town; the poorest part of the city. ...read more

  • Losing Your Way Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Sep 25, 2007
    based on 4 ratings
     | 4,628 views

    Like a hiker without a map, compass, or landmark - Israel has gone off the trail and into danger. How can that happen to us and how to get back on the trail to God?

    Perspective is a nice thing. When you are on a long hike, like in my Boy Scout days, it was always great to come up on the top of a ridge so you could have a look around and get your bearings and chart the course ahead, knowing that once you plunged down into the forest it’d be hard to get the big ...read more

  • No Graven Images

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Jan 28, 2003
    based on 45 ratings
     | 4,257 views

    A sermon on the second of the Ten Commandments, No Idols or no graven images

    No Graven Images Exodus 20:4-6 Evening Service for 1/26/03 Introduction: If you were to draw a picture of God, what would you draw? Would this display everything about God? What would be missing from your picture? What would you think if I took that same picture and bowed down and ...read more

  • Bad Kids Of The Bible: Micah The Ephraimite Series

    Contributed by Shawn Rose on Mar 6, 2011
    based on 3 ratings
     | 6,588 views

    Part three of a series of sermons inspired by the book "Bad Kids of the Bible and What They Can Teach Us" by Thomas J. Craughwell.

    BAD KIDS OF THE BIBLE: MICAH THE EPHRAIMITE Text: Judges 17 – 18 Have you ever heard the saying, “What goes around comes around?” Well, the bad kid of the Bible that I am going to talk about today surely experienced that firsthand. It doesn’t seem to happen as ...read more

  • No Idols Series

    Contributed by Errol Joseph on Jul 16, 2001
    based on 90 ratings
     | 2,212 views

    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

  • Thank God For The Fire!

    Contributed by Thomas Cash on Mar 2, 2011
    based on 8 ratings
     | 4,077 views

    In spite of building our lives on Jesus Christ, there will be times we go through the fire. But we will be purified, coming out cleaner, brighter, and tested.

    Thank God for the Fire! Community Thanksgiving Service, November 25, 1998 Vallonia, Indiana Introduction: As much as I enjoy contemporary worship, some of the old hymns are being forgotten. Others are reserved just for special seasons. Do "We gather together to ask the Lord’s blessing" in ...read more

  • When Jesus Interrupts The Sinful Series

    Contributed by Brian Credille on Mar 9, 2001
    based on 120 ratings
     | 1,453 views

    When Jesus encounters the sinful person, He stands ready to interrupt their cycle of pain and bring forgiveness and wholeness.

    "When Jesus Interrupts the Sinful" Luke 5:17-26 INTRODUCTION What is a "sinner?" Who is a "sinner?" We often define "sinful" people to be those incorrigible outcasts we see on the news. Actually, "sin" means "to miss the mark." The mark is that of being just like God intended us to be. ...read more

  • Of Idols And Altars

    Contributed by Andrew Chan on May 18, 2001
    based on 61 ratings
     | 1,420 views

    Teaching on how we can approach a holy God as we are!

    Of idols and altars By Andrew Chan Pilgrim Baptist Church, Vancouver, BC Text: Exodus 20:22-26 Intro: It is in the context of thick darkness that God spoke to Moses, while others remained in a distance. Fear of folks understandable - saw thunder, lightning, and trumpet sound, the mountain ...read more