The tenth commandment is a fitting finale. It shows us that our heart is the root of both sin and righteousness, it reveals the importance of contentment and opens the door for the Gospel.
The Ninth Commandment – Points us to the importance of communicating truth, especially with regard to other people.
The Eighth Commandment – You Shall Not Steal – reveals to us the central importance of generosity for the world and the Christian life
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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