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Tuesday
Mar062012

God's Commands

Session 4.11 for March 11, 2012

 In Exodus 20:1-17, God gives the Israelite people the Ten Commandments.  Most of us are familiar with these commandments.  We can read about Jesus summing up these commandments in the New Testament with “The greatest commandment is to love God and the second greatest is to love your neighbor as yourself.”  These commandments were not given to be used by a judge in a court.  Rather, they were given to give an identity and structure to the Israelites in a way that separated them from other people groups and showed that they were living to God’s standard rather than humanity’s standard.  In today’s world, these commandments still influence our identity as Christians.

 

Bible Background Video

featuring Nikki Hardeman

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FaithElement BIble Background 4.11 from FaithElement | FaithLab on Vimeo.

 

Scripture: Exodus 20:1-17

 

Session Pages

FaithElement offers several flavors of Bible study, all based on the same scripture passage for the day. Click on an approach to download the PDF of that session page.

Mental

Mystic

Media

Create

Youth

 

Links

These videos or songs are referenced in the session pages:

Media

“The Ten Commandments - A Song for Shavuot”
“Learn the Ten Commandments”
“Moses – Ten Commandments” Mel Brooks
“Ten Things I Hate About Commandments”  (Warning – contains one strong profanity)
   or
“10 Commandments”

Youth

10 Commandment Challenge
Coach Carter

 Nurturing Faith

Adult
Youth

 

 

 

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