The Fourth Commandment – The command to keep the Sabbath is both fulfilled and continued in Christ, so while we are not constrained by strict Sabbath rules, Christians are nevertheless obliged to keep Sunday as a day of worship and rest from servile labour.
The Third Commandment – The command to not take the Lord’s name in vain points us to the importance of godliness in every part of life.
Nick Harding preaches about joy.
Pauls Sands preaches on the Fatherhood of God
In light of the second commandment, what should our church services look like?
The Second Commandment – You Shall Not Make False Images, protects us against wrong ideas about God and the harm of false worship. It points us to the work of the Spirit in changing our hearts from self-worshippers to God worshippers. And it points us to Christ, the visible image of the invisible God who in revealing God to us enables us to see how all things give glory to him.
The First Commandment – You Shall Have No Other Gods… Reveals the harm of false worship, the freedom that God gives us in Christ, and points us to loving God with all our heart, mind soul and strength.
Matt Lake preaches from Luke 6:46
Paul Bennison reminds us that God sends us in the power of the Holy Spirit and shares powerful real-life testimony of God healing people.
What have the Ten Commandments got to do with being a Christian?