The Seventh Commandment protects the central importance that marriage and sexual union have in God’s creation, and it points us to the very purpose of creation.
The sixth commandment, you shall not kill, points to the sanctity of human life arising out of God’s image and spirit, and it highlights the most profound effects of the fall.
Baptised in Jesus’ death and new life we see both the cosmic and the everyday implications of Christ’s resurrection
Good Friday – Colossians 1:15-122 – Christ’s supremacy helps us to understands the fullness of God’s love at the crucifixion.
The Fifth Commandment – Honouring our parents instils in us the inherent patterns of authority and submission built into God’s creation and into God’s work of salvation
Will Loescher preaches about the power of worshipping and living with the Living God
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