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He Has Called You by Your Name

Many people know our name. Certainly Google knows our name. But in the frenzy of this troubled world, can we hope that God knows our name? 1,808 more words


The Baptist Catechism

Q. 60: What is forbidden in the third commandment?
A. The third commandment forbids all profaning and abusing of anything whereby God makes Himself known. 53 more words


The Baptist Catechism

Q. 59: What is required in the third commandment?

A. The third commandment requires the holy and reverent use of God’s names, titles, attributes, ordinances, word, and works. 70 more words


The Baptist Catechism

Q.58: Which is the third commandment?

A. The third commandment is, You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain; for the Lord will not hold him guiltless that takes His name in vain.


Are You Breaking the Third Commandment?

I recently had to sit through a “testimony” that was heavy on motivation and light on Jesus. Considering the setting (an award night for a church basketball league), I expected this sort of talk. 566 more words


"Loving God with Our Mouth and Ears" (The Ten Commandments)

Midweek Lenten Service
Wednesday, March 2, 2016

“Loving God with Our Mouth and Ears” (The Ten Commandments)

We started off this series on the Ten Commandments with, obviously, the First Commandment: “You shall have no other gods.” There is but one God, the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, namely, the triune God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. 1,661 more words



RELIGION…is the virtue which helps us to show due worship to God as the source and goal of all things, an obligation which is strictly binding, but cannot be paid in full…It falls short of being a species of the cardinal virtue of justice, because, although we certainly owe God worship, we can never pay God a worship that is equal to his worth, except as we join Jesus in his worship of the Father. 176 more words