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Brother Lee continues with his teaching series on the book of Malachi.
Part 1 in a series celebrating and expounding the truths Christians hold dear. What does it mean to hold to Scripture 'Alone'?
The first day of school. The teacher goes over all the rules of the class. The rules are given at the beginning for everyone's benefit. The Ten Commandments are like that. They help us to get along and stay safe. Adam and Eve lived the Ten Commandments. They knew and loved God. They loved each other. Then it all fell apart, sin entered the world. They lost the knowledge of how to behave. Thousands of years later, the knowledge of how to behave is all but lost.
On the heels of the Ashley Madison info leak, we find ourselves at number seven in our series on the Ten Commandments: "Do not commit adultery." What is wrong with two consenting adults making a decision to pursue another outlet for emotional and sexual intimacy? What so big about adultery?
What is the fourth commandments about? Is it just about using God's Name as a curse or swear word or is there much more to it?
In reading about the Ten "Blessings" (or Commandments) of God given to us in Exodus (Ch. 20: 1-17), and in the story of Jesus' "Cleansing" of the Temple in the Gospel of John (Ch. 2:13-22), we learn that God has given us specific gifts. What Jesus is telling us is that we have God's forgiveness. During this season of Lent, our goal should be to find those places "without clutter," so we can "practice God" and know this forgiveness. In essence, Lent can put us on "the journey toward clarity."
The Big Idea is that you shall not commit adultery in thought, word, or deed.
The Big Idea is that you shall not murder: not in any of your heart in private, nor in with any device in public.