Welcome to the fourth week and the third command in our study of the Ten Commandments. Have you ever quietly discarded a name tag without wearing it when someone spelled your name incorrectly? If you have a unique spelling of your name, you’ve probably at least considered doing this. We want to be known by the correct name — and have it spelled correctly! Our names are part of our identities, so naturally they become a topic of conversation. This week we're going to discuss names, specifically how we honor the name and character of the Lord.
Greetings, Blog Readers. Our Monday posts this summer include several questions related to our journey through Jen Wilkin's book Ten Words to Live By and Exodus 20:1-17. They are meant to compliment the chapter and as points to discuss with friends, not as a replacement for her excellent questions for reflection. Today we're digging into Exodus 20:4-6 as we consider the undiminished worship of our Creator God.
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Welcome to our second week in the Ten Commandments. We got a good start last week with a look at the introduction to Jen Wilkin's book "Ten Words to Live By" and discussed the beauty found in the law of the Lord. This week we're excited to discuss the first full chapter — and first commandment. If you haven't signed up for a conversation group yet, it's not too late. Now, join us as we Pause, Ponder, and Pray in Exodus 19 and 20 and Colossians 3:5-17.
Some of us may be discovering that we have had a distorted view of the Ten Commandments. So, running alongside Exodus 20:1-17 this summer, we’re going to look at Psalm 19. In this psalm, designed to be sung by a choir, David declares the beauty found in the law of the Lord. We want these verses to restore the beauty of His Word in our minds and hearts that following the law of the Lord may become a joy, not a burden.