A. TEN COMMANDMENTS NAILED TO THE CROSS( Col. 2:13-14 ).
B. REFLECT THE CHARACTER OF GOD( Rom. 15:4 ).
C. NEW TESTAMENT COMPARISONS WITH THE 10 COMMANDMENTS
A. All are intended to worship God( Rev. 4:11; 5:13 ).
B. They should worship nothing else( Mat. 4:10; Acts 10:24-26;
Rev. 22:9 ). Emphasizes pagan worship's condemnation( Isa. 44:6 )
A. God is to be worshipped in spirit and truth( John 4:24 ).
B. It is sinful to attempt to worship him under any material
forms or images( Acts 17:24-29; Rom. 1:20-25; Ex. 32:1-5 ).
C. God cannot and will not suffer any of his glory to be
given to anything else( Deut. 29:20; 32:21 ).
A. all men speak of God with the most profound reverence.
B. any irreverent use of God's names or titles is very sinful
( 4:29; 12:28-29 ).
C. God is jealous of his name, as he is also of his person.
A. necessity of sanctifying to the Lord a portion of our time.
B. That this should be such as God has himself appointed
( Acts 20:7; 1 Cor. 16:1-2; Rev. 1:10; Col. 2:16-17 ).
C. That we should encourage and require those under our
authority to do the same( Eph. 6:4 ).
A. That our parents and all in authority should be honored
and respected( Eph. 6:1-4; 1 Pet. 2:13-17; 2 Pet. 2:9-11 ).
B. more involved than just revering( Mat.15:3-6; Eph.6:1 ).
A. That we should use all lawful means to preserve the
lives, the health, and the happiness all men( Mat. 7:12 ).
B. avoid ANYthing of an opposite tendency
( Mat. 5:21-26; 1 John 3:15 ).
A. All thoughts, words, and actions should remain pure
( Phil. 4:8; 2 Tim. 2:22 ).
B. We should avoid everything that may serve to create
within us any impure thoughts or feelings
( Mat. 5:27-32; James 1:13-16 ).
A. We should be content with such things as we have
( 1 Tim. 6:6-8; Phil. 4:11; Luke 12:15 ).
B. Covetousness is a form of idolatry( Col. 3:5 ).
A. COMPARE OTHER LAWS. IS THERE ANOTHER OF THAT AGE SO SUPREME?
B. PRINCIPLES OF THE TEN COMMANDMENTS ARE GOOD( Rom. 7:7-8 ).
C. THE LAW OF MOSES IS DONE AWAY( Heb. 8:6-13; Rom. 7:1-6 ).