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 The 10 Commandments (In Depth Scripture List)

The 10 Commandments

This scripture list has been put together with helps from Ernest C. Reisinger, Rev. Glen Charles Knecht, Francis Turretin’s, Thomas Watson, Robert Shaw, and The Larger Catechism of the Westminster Assembly.
This scripture list has been simplified in reference form by Abraham Juliot. In some areas I have added more scriptures to bless the reader. -Abraham

“O that my ways were directed to keep thy statutes! Then shall I not be ashamed, when I have respect unto all thy commandments. I will praise thee with uprightness of heart, when I shall have learned thy righteous judgments.” (Psa 119:5-7)


The First Commandment
(Exod. 20:3)

(Isa. 44:6) (Exod. 6:3) (Acts 17:24, 28) (Luke 1:68, 74-75)

DUTIES REQUIRED IN THE FIRST COMMANDMENT
The duty to know and acknowledge God to be the only true God: (1 Chron. 28:9; See also 2 Kings 20:3; 2 Chron. 15:2; Deut. 31:17) (Jer. 14:22)
The duty to worship God: (Psa. 95: 6—7) (See also Phil. 2:10; Psa. 79:13)
The duty to glorify God: (Psa. 29:2)
The duty to think about God: (Mal. 3:16)
The duty to meditate on God: (Psa.63:6) (See also Psa. 42:8)
The duty to remember God: (Eccl. 12:1)
The duty to honour God: (Mal. 1:6) (See also Luke 6:46)
The duty to esteem God highly: (Psa. 71:19)
The duty to believe God: (Exod. 14:31)
The duty to trust God: (Isa. 26:4)
The duty to delight in God: (Psa. 37:4)
The duty to rejoice in God: (Psa. 32:11)
The duty to obey God and submit to him: (]er. 7:23) (James 4:7)
The duty to walk humbly before God: (Mic. 6:8)

SINS FORBIDDEN IN THE FIRST COMMANDMENT
The sin of atheism: (Psa. 14:1) (Eph. 2:11—12)
The sin of idolatry, having or worshipping more gods than one: (Jer. 2:27)
(1 Thess. 1:9)
The sin of omission or neglect of anything due to God: (Isa. 43:22—24)
The sin of forgetting God: (Jer. 2:32)
The sin of having false opinions about God: (Isa. 40:18)
The sin of having unworthy and wicked thoughts about God: (Psa. 50:21)
The sin of curious searching into his secrets: (Deut. 29:29)
The sin of hatred of God: (Rom. 1:30)
The sin of self—love: (2 Tim. 3:2)
The sin of self—seeking: (Phil. 2:21)
The sin of inordinate and immoderate setting our mind, will, or affections upon things other than God: (1 John 2:15—16) (Col. 3:2)
The sin of unbelief: (Heb. 3:12)
The sin of despair: (Gen. 4:13)
The sin of hardening our hearts: (Rom. 2:5)
The sin of pride: (Jer. 13:15)
The sin of tempting God: (Matt. 4:7)
The sin of praying to or worshipping saints, angels, or any other creatures: (Hos. 4:12) (Acts 10:2S—26) (Rev. 19:20) (Matt. 4:10) (Cot. 2:18)
The sin of all friendship and consulting with the devil: (Lev. 20:6)
The sin of making man the lord over our faith and conscience: (2 Cor. 1:24) (Matt. 23:4)
The sin of resisting and grieving the Spirit: (Acts 7:51) (Eph. 4:30)
The sin of discontentment and impatience with God’s dealings, thus charging him foolishly for the evils that he inflicts on us: (Psa. 73:2—3,13—15, 22) (Job 1:22) (Psa. 119:5—8, 34—36, 47—48, 61—62, 77, 126, 142, 153, 165, 176)


The Second Commandment
(Exod. 20:1—6)
DUTIES REQUIRED IN THE SECOND COMMANDMENT
(Deuteronomy 32:46—47)
(Matt. 28:20)
(Acts 2:42)
(1 Tim. 6:13—14)
(Phil. 4:6)
(Eph. 5:20)
Other duties required by this commandment include these:
The duty to read the Word: (Deut. 17:18—19) (Acts 15:21)
The duty to hear the Word: (James 1:21—22) (Acts 10:33)
The duty to administer and receive the sacraments: (Matt. 28:19) (1 Cor. 11:23—26)
The duty of church government and discipline: (Matt. 18:15—17) (Matt. 16:19) (1 Cor. 12:28)
The duty to receive and maintain the ministry: (Eph. 4:11—12) (1 Tim. 5:17—18) (1 Cor. 9:7—15)
The duty of religious fasting: (Joel 2:12) (1 Cor. 7:5)
The duty to disapprove of, detest and oppose all false worship: (Acts 17:16—17) (Psa. 16:4)

SINS FORBIDDEN IN THE SECOND COMMANDMENT
The sin of enticing to idolatry: (Deut. 13:6—8)
The sin of approving any religious worship not instituted by God himself (Deut. 12:30—32)
The sin of tolerating false religion: (Zech. 13:2—3) (Rev. 2:2, 14—15, 20)
The sin of making any representation of God, of all or of any of the Three Persons, either inwardly in our mind or outwardly in any kind of image or likeness of any creature: (Deut. 4:15—19) (Acts 17:29) (Rom. 1:21—23) (Rom. 1:25)
The sin of worshipping images: (Dan. 3:18) (Gal. 4:8)
The sin of making any representation of imagined deities: (Exod. 32:8)
The sin of worshipping or serving imagined deities: (1 Kings 18:26, 28) (Isa. 65:11)
The sin of superstition: (Col. 2:21—23)
The sin of corrupting the worship of God: (Mal. 1:7— 8)
The sin of adding to or taking away from the worship of God: (Deut. 4:2) (Matt. 15:9)
The sin of simony: (Acts 8:18)
The sin of sacrilege: (Rom. 2:22) (Mal. 3:8)
The sin of despising the worship and ordinances of God: (Matt. 22:5) (Mal. 1:13)
The sin of hindering and opposing the worship and ordinances of God: (Matt. 23:13) (Acts. 13:44—45) (1 Thess. 2:15—16)

Reasons attached to the Second Commandment to reinforce it:
These words are added to the Second Commandment: (Exod. 20:5—6)
These words teach us:
1. God’s sovereignty over and ownership of us: (Psa. 45:11) (Rev. 15:3—4)
2. The zeal of God for His own worship: (Exod. 34:13—14)
3. God’s indignation against all false worship: (1 Cor. 10:20—22) (Jer. 7:18—20) (Deut. 32: 16—20)
4. His promise of endless blessing to those who love him and keep his commandments: (Deut. 5:29)


The Third Commandment
(Exod. 20:7)

DUTIES REQUIRED IN THE THIRD COMMANDMENT
The duty to use God’s Name holily and reverently:
1. In thought and meditation: (Mal. 3:16) (Psa. 8:1, 3—4, 9)
2. In word: (Col. 3:17) (Psa. 105:2, 5)
3. In writing: (Psa. 102:18)
4. In holy profession and conversation: (1 Pet. 3:15) (Mic. 4:5) (Phil. 1:27)

SINS FORBIDDEN IN THE THIRD COMMANDMENT
The sin of not using God’s Name as we ought: (Mal. 2:2)
The sin of using God’s Name in an ignorant way: (Acts 17:23)
The sin of using God’s Name in a vain, irreverent, or profane way: (Prov. 30:9)
The sin of using God’s Name in a superstitious and presumptuous way: (1 Sam. 4:3—5)
The sin of mentioning his titles, attributes or ordinances blasphemously: (2 Kings 18:30, 32—35) (2 Kings 19:22) (Exod. 5:2) (Psa. 139:20) (Psa. 50:16, 17)
The sin of wicked cursing, vows and oaths: (2 Sam. 16:5) (Jer. 5:7) (Deut. 23:18) (Acts 23:12)
The sin of misapplying God’s decrees and providences: (Rom. 3:5—7) (Eccles. 8:11) (Eccles. 9:3)
The sin of misinterpreting, misapplying, or in any way perverting the Word of God: (Ezek. 13:22) (2 Pet. 3:16) (Matt. 22:24—30)
The sin of making profession of religion in hypocrisy or for underhand ends: (2 Tim. 3:5) (Matt. 23:14) (Matt. 6:1—2, 5, 16)


The Fourth Commandment
(Exod. 20:8—11)

The Sabbath is a sign of God’s covenant with his people: (Exod. 31:13) (Lev. 19:30)
It is to be a delight: (Isa. 58:13—14)

DUTIES REQUIRED IN THE FOURTH COMMANDMENT
The duty of resting from employments which would be lawful on other days: (Exod. 16:25—28) (Jer. 17:21—22)
The duty of public and private worship: (Isa. 58:13—14) (Luke 4:16) (Acts 20:7) (1 Cor. 16:1—2) (Isa. 66:23)

SINS FORBIDDEN IN THE FOURTH COMMANDMENT
The sin of omitting duties: (Ezek. 22:26)
The sin of careless, negligent, unprofitable performing of duties: (Ezek. 33:31—32) (Amos 8:5) (MaI. 1:13)
The sin of profaning the day by idleness and doing what is in itself sinful: (Ezek. 23:38)
The sin of all needless works and words: (]er. 17:24—25, 27) (Isa. 58:13)


The Fifth Commandment
(Exod. 20:12)

DUTIES REQUIRED IN THE FIFTH COMMANDMENT
The duty of honour to superiors: (Lev. 19:32)
The duty to pray and give thanks for superiors: (1 Tim. 2: 1-2)
The duty to imitate their virtues and graces: (Heb. 13:7)
The duty of willing obedience to the lawful commands of superiors: (Eph. 6:1—2, 5—7) (Prov. 23:22) (Exod. 18:19, 24) (1 Pet. 2:18—20).
The duty of due submission to correction: (Heb. 12:9)
The duty of fidelity to superiors: (Titus 2:9—10)
The duty to defend superiors: (1 Sam. 26:15—16) (2 Sam. 18:3) (Esther 6:2)
The duty of bearing with the infirmities of superiors, covering them with love: (1 Pet. 2:18) (Gen. 9:23)
The duty of superiors to love, pray for, and bless inferiors: (Col 3:19) (Titus 2:4) (1 Sam. 12:23) (Job 1:5) (1 Kings 8:55—58)
The duty of superiors to instruct inferiors: (Deut. 6:6—7) (Eph. 6:4)
The duty of superiors to reward inferiors when they do well: (Esther 6:3)
The duty of superiors to reprove and chasten inferiors: (Prov. 29:15)
The duty of superiors to provide for inferiors: (1 Tim. 5:8)
The duty of superiors to give a good example to inferiors: (Titus 2:3—5)

SINS FORBIDDEN IN THE FIFTH COMMANDMENT:
The sin of neglecting the duties required of inferiors: (Matt. 15:4—6)
The sin of rebellion against superiors: (2 Sam. 15:1, 10) (Deut. 21:18—21)
The sin of cursing or mocking superiors: (Prov. 30:11, 17) (Prov. 19:26)
The sin of neglecting the duties required of superiors: (Ezek. 34:2—4)
The sin of superiors who seek their own glory, ease, profit, and pleasure: (John 5:44) (John 7:18) (Isa. 56:10—11) (Deut. 17:17)
The sin of superiors who command unlawful actions: (Dan. 3:4—6) (Acts 4: 17—18)
The sin of superiors who dishonour themselves, or lessen their authority by unjust, indiscreet, rigorous, or remiss behaviour: (Gen. 9:21) (1 Kings 12:13—16) (1 Sam. 2:29—30)


The Sixth Commandment
(Exod. 20:13)

God has the right, the exclusive right, to take life: (Deu 32:39) (1 Sam. 2:6) (Psa. 90:3)

The many ways in which murder is committed:
1. With the hands. (Gen .37:21) (Mar. 9:31)
2. With the mind — malice is mental murder. (1 John 3:15)
3. With the tongue. (Psa. 64:3) (Prov. 12:18) (Prov. 18:21)
4. With the pen. (2 Sam. 11:15)
5. By plotting the death of another. (Prov. 1:11-12)
6. By consenting to another’s death. (Acts 22:4)
7. By not hindering the death of another when it is within our power to do so. (John 19:6)
8. By not executing the law upon capital offenders. (1 Pet. 2:14) (Rom. 13:4)

DUTIES REQUIRED IN THE SIXTH COMMANDMENT
The duty to preserve our own life: (Eph. 5:28—29)
The duty to preserve the life of others: (1 Kings 18:4)
The duty to resist all thoughts and purposes and subdue all passions which tend to the unjust taking away of anyone’s life: (Jer. 26:15—16) (Acts 23:27) (Eph. 4:26—27) (Prov. 1:10—11, 15) (Gen. 37:21)
The duty of just defence against violence: (Psa. 82:4) (Prov. 24:11—12) (1 Sam. 14:45)
The duty to comfort the distressed and protect and defend the innocent: (1 Thess. 5:14) (Job 3 1:19—20, 22) (Matt. 25:35) (Prov. 31:8—9)

SINS FORBIDDEN IN THE SIXTH COMMANDMENT
The sin of neglecting or withdrawing the lawful and necessary means of the preservation of life: (Matt. 25:42—43) (James 2:15—16) (Eccles. 6:1—2)
The sin of unjustified anger: (Matt. 5:22)
The sin of hatred: (1 John 3:15) (Lev. 19:17)
The sin of envy: (Prov. 14:30)
The sin of desiring revenge: (Rom. 12:19)
The sin of quarrelling: (Gal. 5:15) (Prov. 23:29)
The sin of striking and wounding: (Num. 35: 16—18)

The Seventh Commandment
(Exod. 20:14)
(Mal. 2:16)

Duties Required In The Seventh Commandment
The duty to be chaste in body, mind, and affections: (1 Thess. 4:4) (Job 31:1)
The duty to be chaste in words and behaviour: (Col. 4:6) (1 Pet. 3:2)
The duty to preserve chastity in ourselves and others: (1 Cor. 7:2, 35-36)
The duty to keep chaste company: (Prov. 2:16-20)
The duty to be modest in apparel: (1 Tim. 2:9)
The duty of marriage by those that do not have the gift of continence: (1 Cor. 7:9)
The duty of conjugal love:(Prov. 5:18-20)
The duty to resist temptation: (Prov. 5:8)

SINS FORBIDDEN IN THE SEVENTH COMMANDMENT
The sin of adultery and fornication: (Heb. 13:4) (Gal. 5:19)
The sin of rape and incest: (2 Sam. 13:14) (1 Cor. 5:1)
The sin of sodomy and all unnatural lusts: (Rom. 1:24, 26-27) (Lev. 20:15-16)
The sin of unclean imaginations, thoughts, purposes, and affections: (Matt. 5:28) (Matt. 15:19) (Co 1. 3:5)
The sin of corrupt or filthy communications: (Eph. 5:3-4) (Prov. 7:5, 21-22) (Isa. 3:16) (2 Pet. 2:14)
The sin of prohibiting lawful marriages: (1 Tim. 4:3)
The sin of disregarding unlawful marriages: (Mark 6:18) (Mal. 2:11-12)
The sin of allowing, tolerating and keeping houses of prostitution or resorting to them: (1 Kings 15:12) (2 Kings 23:7) (Deut. 23:17,18) (Lev. 19:29) (Jer. 5:7) (Prov. 7:24-27)
The sin of having more than one spouse at the same time: (Matt. 19:5)
The sin of unjust divorce: (Mal. 2:16) (Matt. 5:32).
The sin of unchaste company: (Gen. 39:10) (Prov. 5:8)
The sin of using words, pictures or actions which incite to uncleanness: (Eph. 5:4) (Ezek. 23:14-16) (Mark 6:22) (1 Pet. 4:3) (Jer. 4:30) (Ezek. 23:40)

Closing Thoughts on the Seventh Commandment
1. The ordinance of marriage should be observed. (1 Cor. 7:2)
2. Marriage is honourable and the bed undefiled. (Heb. 13:4).
3. God instituted marriage in paradise and He gave the man and the woman to each other in marriage. (Gen. 2:22)
4. Our Lord honoured marriage with his presence. (John 2:1-11).
5. Marriage is a type and resemblance of the mystical union between Christ and his church. (Eph. 5:31-32)


The Eighth Commandment
(Exod. 20:15)

DUTIES REQUIRED IN THE EIGHTH COMMANDMENT
The duty to be truthful, faithful and just in our contracts and commerce: (Psa. 15:2-4) (Zech. 7:4, 10) (Zech. 8:16-17)
The duty to render to everyone his due: (Rom. 13:7)
The duty to make restitution of goods unlawfully obtained: (Lev. 6:2-5; compare with Luke 19:8)
The duty to give and lend freely, according to our abilities and the necessities of others: (Luke 6:30, 38) (1 John 3:17) (Eph. 4:28) (Gal. 6:10)
The duty to be frugal: (John 6:12) (Prov. 21:20)
The duty to further, by lawful means, the wealth of others as well as our own: (Lev. 25:35) (Exod. 23:4) (Phil. 2:4)

SINS FORBIDDEN IN THE EIGHTH COMMANDMENT
The sin of theft or robbery: (Psa. 62:10)
The sin of receiving anything that is stolen: (Prov. 29:24)
The sin of using false weights and measures: (Prov. 11:1) (Prov. 20:10)
The sin of unfaithfulness in contracts: (Amos 8:5) (Psa. 37:21)
The sin of extortion: (Matt. 23:25) (Ezek. 22:12)
The sin of usury: (Psa. 15:5)
The sin of bribery: (Job 15:34)
The sin of taking or withholding from our neighbour what belongs to him: (Job 20:19) (James 5:4) (Prov. 21:6)
The sin of idleness: (2 Thess. 2:11) (Prov. 18:9)


The Ninth Commandment
(Exod. 20:16)

DUTIES REQUIRED IN THE NINTH COMMANDMENT
The duty of preserving and promoting truth and the good name of our neighbour: (Zech. 8:16) (3 John 12)
The duty to stand for the truth and to do so from the heart: (Prov. 31:8-9) (Psa. 15:2)
The duty to speak the truth and only the truth in matters of judgment and justice: (Lev. 19:15) (Prov. 14:5, 25)
The duty to speak the truth at all times: (2 Cor. 1:17—18) (Eph. 4:25)
The duty of rejoicing in the gifts and graces of others: (Rom. 1:8) (2 Tim. 1:4—5) (2 John 4) (3 John 3-4)
The duty to receive a good report of others: (1 Cor. 13:6-7)
The duty to discourage all talebearers, flatterers and slanderers: (Prov. 25:23) (Prov. 26: 24-25) (Psa. 101:5)
The duty to keep lawful promises: (Psa. 15:4)
The duty to study and practise everything true, noble, lovely and of good report: (Phil. 4:8)

SINS FORBIDDEN IN THE NINTH COMMANDMENT
The sin of partiality in judging, especially in courts of law: (Lev. 19:15)
The sin of giving false evidence: (Prov. 19:5) (Prov. 6:16, 19)
The sin of passing an unjust sentence, calling evil good and good evil: (Prov. 17:15) (Isa. 5:23)
The sin of lying: (Isa. 59:13) (Psa. 119:69) (Lev. 19:11) (Col. 3:9)
The sin of concealing the truth: (Lev. 5:1) (Deut. 13:8) (Acts 5:2-3)
The sin of speaking the truth unseasonably: (Prov. 29:11)
The sin of perverting the truth to a wrong meaning: (Psa. 56:5) (John 2:19) (Matt. 26:60-61)
The sin of slandering and backbiting: (Psa. 50:20) (Psa. 15:3)
The sin of talebearing: You shall not go about as a talebearer among your people (Lev. 19:16)
The sin of misconstruing intentions, words, and actions: (Neh. 6:6-8) (Rom. 3:8) (1 Sam. 1:13, 15) (2 Sam. 10:3)
The sin of flattery: (Psa. 12:2-3) (Jude 16)
The sin of thinking too highly or too meanly of ourselves or others: (Luke 18:9, 11) (Rom. 12:16) (Exod. 4:10-14)
The sin of exaggerating minor faults: (Matt. 7:3-5)
The sin of hiding or excusing sins, when called to a free confession: (Prov. 28:13) (Gen. 3:12-13) (Gen. 4:9)
The sin of raising false rumours: (Exod. 23:1)
The sin of groundless suspicion: (1 Cor. 13:5) (1 Tim. 6:4)
The sin of envying anyone’s deserved credit: (Num. 11:29) (Matt. 21:15-16)
The sin of scornful contempt and mocking: (Psa. 35:15, 21) (Matt. 27:28-29)


The Tenth Commandment
(Exod. 20:17)

Coveting is not always evil. We are to covet the Lord Jesus Christ and a holy life: (1 Cor. 12:31)

The Importance of the Tenth Commandment
Covetousness ('the love of money') is the root of all evil: (1 Tim. 6:10)
The Tenth Commandment extremely important. It is important because:
1. It goes to the heart, the inner man. (1Sa 16:7) (Psa 5:9) (Luk 11:39)
2. It is spiritual. (Rom. 7:14)
3. It teaches us how the other commandments are meant to be interpreted; that is, the others are not just dealing with externals—they deal with thoughts as well as acts. (Heb 4:12)
4. It has convicting power. It was the commandment that God used in Paul's conversion. (Rom. 7:7-9)
5. It reveals that all sins come from within. (Mark 7:21-23)

DUTIES REQUIRED IN THE TENTH COMMANDMENT
The duty to be content with our own condition: (Heb. 13:5) (1 Tim. 6:6)
The duty to have a charitable attitude towards our neighbour, so that we desire his good: (Rom. 12:15) (Psa. 122: 7-9) (1 Tim. 1:5) (Esther 10:3) (1 Cor. 13:4-7)

SINS FORBIDDEN IN THE TENTH COMMANDMENT
The sin of discontent with what is ours: (1 Kings 21:4) (Esther 5:13) (1 Cor. 10:10)
The sin of envying and grieving at the good of our neighbour: (Gal. 5:26) (James 3:14—16) (Psa. 112:9-10) (Neh. 2:10)
The sin of inordinate desire for anything that is our neighbour's: (Rom. 7:7-8) (Rom. 13:9) (Col. 3:5)

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 2007/10/26 22:08
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 Re: The 10 Commandments (In Depth Scripture List)

Excellent! :-)


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Psa 119:1 Blessed are the undefiled in the way, who walk in the law of the LORD.
Psa 119:2 Blessed are they that keep his testimonies, and that seek him with the whole heart.
Psa 119:3 They also do no iniquity: they walk in his ways.
Psa 119:4 Thou hast commanded us to keep thy precepts diligently.

Rom 3:19 Now we know that what things soever the law saith, it saith to them who are under the law: that every mouth may be stopped, and all the world may become guilty before God.
Rom 3:20 Therefore by the deeds of the law there shall no flesh be justified in his sight: for by the law is the knowledge of sin.

 2007/10/28 19:31
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thank you brother
charlene


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 2007/10/29 0:56Profile
DHL
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 Re: The 10 Commandments (In Depth Scripture List)

Dear brother, thank you ever so much for putting back something that should be in our hearts.


Hebrews 8:10 "For this is the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel after those days, says the LORD: I will put My laws in their mind and write them on their hearts; and I will be their God, and they shall be My people.


Let's keep His laws in our hearts, so that we can be called His People.


I particuarlay like the one about the fourth commandment.


This one in particular seem to have being changed and forgotten by almost every Christian Church.


The Fourth Commandment
(Exod. 20:8—11)

The Sabbath is a sign of God’s covenant with his people: (Exod. 31:13) (Lev. 19:30)
It is to be a delight: (Isa. 58:13—14)

DUTIES REQUIRED IN THE FOURTH COMMANDMENT
The duty of resting from employments which would be lawful on other days: (Exod. 16:25—28) (Jer. 17:21—22)
The duty of public and private worship: (Isa. 58:13—14) (Luke 4:16) (Acts 20:7) (1 Cor. 16:1—2) (Isa. 66:23)

SINS FORBIDDEN IN THE FOURTH COMMANDMENT
The sin of omitting duties: (Ezek. 22:26)
The sin of careless, negligent, unprofitable performing of duties: (Ezek. 33:31—32) (Amos 8:5) (MaI. 1:13)
The sin of profaning the day by idleness and doing what is in itself sinful: (Ezek. 23:38)
The sin of all needless works and words: (]er. 17:24—25, 27) (Isa. 58:13)



God bless.

DHL

 2007/10/29 5:00Profile
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Jayme (DHL)

I think that you have beaten this one to death.
New name same message.


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 2007/10/29 7:08Profile
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 Re: The 10 Commandments (In Depth Scripture List)

Abe,Arent you glad Jesus yoke is easy?

"On these 2 commandments hang all the law and the prophets.

I once heard a sermon "if love is the rod and the law and prophets are the curtains what happens if the rod falls"?

btw the 7th day rest is not a day but a person.

.....David

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Rom 14:5 One man esteemeth one day above another: another esteemeth every day alike. Let every man be fully persuaded in his own mind.
Rom 14:6 He that regardeth the day, regardeth it unto the Lord; and he that regardeth not the day, to the Lord he doth not regard it. He that eateth, eateth to the Lord, for he giveth God thanks; and he that eateth not to the Lord he eateth not, and giveth God thanks.
Rom 14:7 For none of us liveth to himself, and no man dieth to himself.
Rom 14:8 For whether we live, we live unto the Lord; and whether we die, we die unto the Lord: whether we live therefore, or die, we are the Lord's.


Tit 3:3 For we ourselves also were sometimes foolish, disobedient, deceived, serving divers lusts and pleasures, living in malice and envy, hateful, and hating one another.
Tit 3:4 But after that the kindness and love of God our Savior toward man appeared,
Tit 3:5 Not by works of righteousness which we have done, but according to his mercy he saved us, by the washing of regeneration, and renewing of the Holy Ghost;
Tit 3:6 Which he shed on us abundantly through Jesus Christ our Savior;
Tit 3:7 That being justified by his grace, we should be made heirs according to the hope of eternal life.
Tit 3:8 This is a faithful saying, and these things I will that thou affirm constantly, that they which have believed in God might be careful to maintain good works. These things are good and profitable unto men.
Tit 3:9 But avoid foolish questions, and genealogies, and contentions, and strivings about the law; for they are unprofitable and vain.

God bless you all! -Abraham

 2007/10/29 22:54
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I'm reading Spurgeon's "All of Grace" right now... amazing; so simple and yet profound in the truest sense. Seeing the depth of the law and then knowing that Christ fulfilled it all, even becoming a curse, so that God should be "just, and the justifier"... praise God!

Whether we regard the sabbath day literally, or in principle, the rest of the law demonstrates many noble points of holiness to be closely followed upon. Why? Because God saved for Himself "a people zealous for good works"! To be like Him, of course!

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 Re: The 10 Commandments (In Depth Scripture List)

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 2008/1/25 14:58





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