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  • Third Commandment Series

    Contributed by Rev.andrew B Natarajan on Nov 14, 2016
     | 1,570 views

    The Third commandment is talking about the Name of God. Not to use in vain.

  • The Third Commandment Series

    Contributed by Hugh W. Davidson on Mar 28, 2009
    based on 4 ratings
     | 4,077 views

    Teaching on the third commandment

    The third commandment Exodus 20:1-7 Here are two Christmas stories and they’re both a play on words. “There once was a czar in Russia whose name was Rudolph the Great. He was standing in his house one day with his wife and as he looked out the window and saw something ...read more

  • The Third Commandment Lesson 3 Series

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Oct 18, 2018
     | 481 views

    The Third Commandment

  • Revering God's Name: The Third Commandment Series

    Contributed by Ron Tuit on Oct 20, 2016
    based on 1 rating
     | 4,013 views

    The Third Commandment reminds us to honor God in our manner of worship and living. We are to worship and live in reverence and humility, not misusing God's name, for His name means salvation to those who believe.

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

    Contributed by Timothy Peck on Jan 10, 2001
    based on 134 ratings
     | 20,204 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

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

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Nov 15, 2002
    based on 84 ratings
     | 4,250 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

  • It' S All In The Name Series

    Contributed by Wes Humble on Nov 11, 2006
    based on 16 ratings
     | 6,470 views

    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 ...read more

  • There Is Something About That Name Series

    Contributed by Darren Mccormick on Feb 26, 2008
    based on 3 ratings
     | 3,646 views

    Sermon on the third commandment.

    AM Sermon preached at Central Christian Church #4 in God’s Top Ten Sermon Series (10 Commandments/3rd Commandment) “There IS Something About That Name…” [SERIES TITLE SLIDE---WILL AUTO ADVANCE--- FIRST TO SERMON TITLE---THEN TO BLANK SLIDE] The game show is Jeopardy. The contestant ...read more

  • It's Only A Name Series

    Contributed by Mark Atherton on Sep 13, 2001
    based on 31 ratings
     | 1,353 views

    A look at the third commandment

    Names = CHARACTER Because names are important, we don’t use God’s name in a: PROFANE or VAIN way - in our SPEECH - **what comes out of our mouths equals what’s in our HEARTS ** Mt. 12:34; Mt. 15:18; Lk. 6:45 - in our ACTIONS "vain" = CARRY ...read more

  • Not Just Sticks And Stones Series

    Contributed by Allan Quak on Mar 31, 2016
     | 2,660 views

    Jesus continues the teaching of the Third Commandment by demonstrating that God's name and integrity is to be upheld, and we are to take the issue of swearing and blasphemy seriously by controlling our language.

  • It's His Day Series

    Contributed by Bob Joyce on Nov 24, 2010
     | 1,211 views

    The third commandment tells us how to love God.

  • Do Not Misuse God's Name Series

    Contributed by Errol Joseph on Jul 16, 2001
    based on 75 ratings
     | 3,370 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

  • What's In A Name? Series

    Contributed by Mary Lewis on Aug 3, 2003
    based on 56 ratings
     | 3,361 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

  • Safeguarding Our Rest Series

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Feb 12, 2012
     | 1,300 views

    Through the Third Commandment God shows his love for his people.

  • Blasphemy Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Campbell on Jun 18, 2007
    based on 6 ratings
     | 1,081 views

    Third commandment. "Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD thy God in vain".

    "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". 1. THE SIN INVOLVED "Take the name of the LORD thy God in vain". Blasphemy. Using the name of Jesus as a swear word has become the norm in our society. Contrast ...read more