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A Day of Rest

Several months ago I was sitting in church listening to a sermon on the Ten Commandments. I’ve heard them hundreds of times but that morning there was extra emphasis placed on the Third Commandment– “Remember the Sabbath Day and keep it holy. 420 more words

Mind And Spirit

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


Sermon Audio from Jan 18: "What's In A Name?" ~ The Third Commandment

Here’s the audio from today’s sermon on the Third Commandment. Many blessing to all of you on this Lord’s Day on this day and in the week to come, may we all uphold the name of Yahweh our God in a manner that is fitting for us as Christians, and glorifying to Him as our Savior. 11 more words

Emmanuel Chapel Of Helena

Do Not Misuse God's Name

Exodus 20:7

“You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain, for the Lord will not hold him guiltless who takes His name in vain.”


January 18 Sermon Info, Presentation and Bulletin

We continue our journey through the Book of Exodus this week by looking at the Third Commandment and found in Exodus chapter 20. This Commandment has practical implication which far surpass the using of Yahweh’s name as a curse word, because in reality, this Commandment speaks to the issue of our covenant faithfulness to Yhaweh God Himself. 170 more words

Emmanuel Chapel Of Helena

Praying the Small Catechism--Third Commandment

Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy.

“O God, You command us to keep the Lord’s Day holy. May we so fear and love You, that we do not neglect Your Word and the preaching of it, but regard it as holy and gladly hear and learn it; through Jesus Christ, our Lord. 14 more words


Honor The Name (Third Commandment)

“You shall not take the name of the LORD your God in vain, for the LORD will not hold him guiltless who takes his name in vain.” … 421 more words