Tim Henderson completes the Ten Commandments series by looking at the tenth commandment (Exodus 20:17). Tim shows us how it’s different from all the others and how again it ultimately points us to how Christ has fulfilled it in our place.
Tim Henderson clarifies some ideas he may have implied during his last talk, “You Shall Not Give False Testimony.” He addresses the issue of whether or not it’s ever OK to lie (Exodus 20:16).
Tim Henderson talks about what the ninth commandment (Exodus 20:16) means, and what our real motivation is when we violate it. Ultimately, once again, this commandment points to what Christ has done for us.
Tim Henderson talks about what the commandment not to steal really means (Exodus 20:15), and how its meaning is probably broader than you think. Ultimately, once again, what this commandment really points us to is what Christ has done for us.
Tim Henderson talks about what the seventh commandment means (Exodus 20:14), what marriage represents, and the threat to marriage that adultery represents.
Andy Allan talks about what the sixth commandment really means (Exodus 20:13), and how even if you’ve never killed anyone, you may still be guilty of violating it. Once again, what the commandment really points to is found in Christ.
Tim Henderson takes us to Psalm 1 to reiterate why we’re studying the ten commandments, as well as the importance of delighting in God’s Word, and how we as Christians can help those who don’t.
Tim Henderson continues our series on the ten commandments by speaking about what it means to honor our parents (Exodus 20:12) at different points in our lives and how this commandment ultimately points to Jesus.
Tim Henderson continues our series on the ten commandments by speaking about what it means to fulfill the Sabbath (Exodus 20:8-11) and what the Sabbath ultimately points to.
Andy Allan continues our series on the ten commandments by speaking about the meaning and purpose of the third commandment (Exodus 20:7).