The Ten

Chiseled ThumbThis weekend at Eastbrook Church, I began our new series on the Ten Commandments entitled “Chiseled.”

The message was really an introduction on how we can see the Ten Commandments as God’s words of life, love, and mission to God’s people. I also spent time reflecting on how we should read the Ten Commandments as followers of Jesus.

The outline for the message is below. You can view the message online here or listen to it via our audio podcast here. You can also visit Eastbrook Church on VimeoFacebook, Twitter and Instagram.

This series is part three of an occasional series we are doing from Exodus. You can listen to the first two parts of this series here:

The Backstory (Exodus 1-19)

• Slavery and need (Exodus 1:11-14)

• The faithful God who sends a deliverer (Exodus 3:6-8)

• The powerful God who brings an exodus to freedom (Exodus 14:30-31)

New Beginnings (Exodus 19:3-6, 16-22)

• Set free for freedom (Exodus 19:4)

• Treasured by God (Exodus 19:5)

• A representative kingdom (Exodus 19:6)

• Approaching with the fear of The Lord (Exodus 19:16-22)

Living with Jesus and the Ten Commandments (Matthew 5:17-20; 19:17-19; Romans 7:12-14; Galatians 3:10-14)

• Jesus affirms the Ten (Matthew 19:17-19)

• Jesus came not to abolish but fulfill the Ten (Matthew 5:17-20)

• The Ten reveals God’s character and our sin (Romans 7:12-14)

• The Ten prepares us for Jesus and the Good News (Galatians 3:10-14)

 

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