Deuteronomy

The Ten Commandments

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  • Commandment #9 - Deuteronomy 5:20

    The ninth commandment is another commandment that speaks to our use of words.  The words that come from our mouth are to be used to build others up not fall in to the traps that typically lead us to bearing a false witness against others.


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  • Commandment #8 - Deuteronomy 5:19

    March 31, 2019

    When God says “Do not steal” the most simple straightforward meaning is “Don’t take things that don’t belong to you.” Chasing this through Scripture we also see that this means we are to be honest, upfront, and fair in all dealings with other people.  The prophets would also use this as a metaphor saying we can steal from the poor when we withhold justice and even from God when we withhold from him.


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  • Commandment #7 - Deuteronomy 5:18

    March 24, 2019

    The seventh commandment tells us to not commit adultery. When we get to the New Testament, Jesus deepens this commandment challenging us all in the area of our thoughts and fantasy and tells us that to gain purity in this we must take bold actions.


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  • Commandment #6 - Deuteronomy 5:17

    March 17, 2019

    In the sixth commandment we see that all human life is sacred because all human life reflects God. But we often dehumanize people and murder people in our inner thoughts and attitudes. It’s in this space that Jesus calls us to proactively love our enemies, just like he proactively loved us.


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  • Commandment #5 - Deuteronomy 5:16

    March 10, 2019

    The fifth commandment takes us to the most basic human relationship of child and parent.  The command is to honor our parents, and we do this through words and actions. In honoring our parents, we honor the Lord.


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  • Commandment #4 - Deuteronomy 5:12-15

    March 3, 2019

    How do we summarize the fourth commandment? With a question: "Are we guarding our weekly lower case "rest" by actually stopping our work and remembering the Holy One who gives us our upper case "Rest"?


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  • Commandment #3 Deuteronomy 5:11

    February 24, 2019

    The third commandment is about not taking the Lord’s name in vain. Name is much more than just a string of letters but encapsulates the very essence and character of God. We should always be about making him great especially with our words.


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  • Commandment #2 - Deuteronomy 5:8-10

    February 17, 2019

    The second commandment (You shall not make for yourself an image in the form of anything) brings us to a decision, a choice about the God we worship and the way in which we worship him. We need to comprehend the seriousness of idolatry and the love and jealousy of our God for us. This God gives us every right to reject him, but every possible conceivable chance to say yes to him and to say yes to life.


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  • Commandment #1 - Deuteronomy 4:44-5:7

    February 10, 2019

    In our world, truth and meaning are relevant and radical individualism reigns.  This week we begin a series through the Ten Commandments (within the series on the whole book of Deuteronomy).  These are not suggestions but commands from God to his covenant people.  The church today is a community that must live in this collision of culture and truth, even as we examine the first and foundational commandment.


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  • God's Word is Good - Deuteronomy 4:1-14

    February 3, 2019

    In the fourth chapter of Deuteronomy, Moses declares to the people the goodness of God’s word and his strategy for passing on the word of God... the home!  From one generation to the next – parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and other trusted adults are called to pass on the truths of God’s word!


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  • Fear vs. Faith - Deuteronomy 1:19-33

    January 27, 2019

    Moses reminisces about the land that God promises to his people and challenges them to take a step of faith and obey the Lord – even though they are prone to take a step of fear, which is disobedience.  Today we too face that same challenge in what the Lord places before us!

     

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  • How Many Church Staff - Deuteronomy 1:9-18

    January 13, 2019

    How do you move a large group of people, who are flawed, toward a likeness of God?  This was the problem Moses faces in the first chapter of Deuteronomy.  His answer was to get people into smaller settings where they could be known by others.  These groups had leaders who were experienced, understanding and wise. This was how they grew together then, and it's how God’s people will grow together today!


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  • Brand New - Deuteronomy 1:1-8

    January 6, 2019

    We begin a journey through the book of the Old Testament that some have claimed to be the “favorite book that Jesus read."  The book of Deuteronomy tells the story of Moses’ last moments before the new generation of Israelites enter in to the Promised Land.  What will they need to hear?  What will they need to know?  Moses unpacks the very words of God that they must cling to.


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