The Ten Commandments demonstrate the loving heart of God and show us our need for the Savior.
The first commandment teaches us that God should be our first and greatest love
The Second Commandment teaches us that God is the only one worthy of our worship.
The Third Commandment demands that the name of God be held in the highest reverence in both our words and actions.
The Fourth Commandment demands that we remember God's saving work in the past so we will trust in His saving work for our future.
Murder is prevalent in our culture. By heart or hand we are guilty and in need of the salvation Jesus offers.
Marriage matters to God. It is vitally important that all of our affections only find their proper recipient.
As God's people, we trust in Him to provide for our needs. The Eighth Commandment demands that we are good stewards of everything He entrusts to us.
There is a standard of truth and the people of God must walk in truth. Lies, deception, deceit and fraud should not be part of our lives.
Contentment is found in celebration of who God is and His work in our lives. Such contentment is the antidote of coveting.