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Imagine.  A world without the Third Commandment?    Simple.  This one is simple to imagine.

Imagine a world where nothing is sacred, nothing is holy,  nothing is cherished and special.   243 more words



From  now on,  the presentation of the Commandments as the underlying principle for human life will be much shorter,  carrying less of a philosophical background. 381 more words

Cross Of Christ

Praying the Third Commandment

The Third Commandment
Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.

(Thou shalt sanctify the holy day.)

What does this mean?
We should fear and love God that we may not despise preaching and His Word, but hold it sacred and gladly hear and learn it. 1,325 more words


The importance of names

Growing up, I was always called Peter. But when I started college, a friend started calling me Pete. Then I became a pastor and people seemed to want to call me by the more formal version, regardless of how I introduced myself, so I was Peter again. 664 more words


The Third Commandment

The Third Commandment

 “You do not bring the Name of YaHUaH your Alohim to naught, for YaHUaH does not leave the one unpunished who brings His Name to naught.” Exodus 20:7…

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Name in vain

In the same way that the second commandment is more about the worship of God, and not just an artistic limit on depicting Him, is the same way that the third commandment is more than just a prohibition of using God’s names and titles in irreverent ways.  158 more words