by Adrian Rogers

The Fifth Commandment
Adrian Rogers
Exodus 20

Exodus chapter twenty as we continue our study in the Ten Commandments. We've enjoyed preaching in these commandments and delightfully we come today to verse twelve. Exodus chapter twenty and verse twelve. Honor thy father and thy mother that thy days may be long upon the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee and how fitting it is today that we can be preaching on his subject because of course today is father's day and today is the day |that Reverend and Mrs. Tom Clayton have arrived and incidentally, they joined our church this morning in the eight o'clock service. Brother Clayton is going to be the director of our Family Life Enrichment Ministry and we're so thrilled that they will be here. Tonight we'll have a reception for them and as Dr. Lane has already said a special service at five forty five when we're going to present t he Clayton's to you and you're going to hear a concert from the Musical Murks and I want to say to our friends on television, you get here because I will guarantee underscore, guarantee a blessing to you. You've never heard anything quite like the musical murks, it is one of the finest, most lovely families I've ever seen, just a tribe of them and they're all musical and what a blessing it will be to hear these from play the violins and the other instruments and to sing and warm our hearts and to give testimonies concerning the Christian home and then tonight at the close of t he service we're going to have a reception for the Claytons. So, tonight is going to be a wonderful night, it begins at five forty five and again, I say how fitting that we should come to this one of the commandments. Now, really it's taken us two Sundays to get through, last Sunday talked about God's command for children, today we're going to be talking about God's plan for parents, God's plan for parents.

Now, last week we talked about seven ways that you could honor your father and your mother, this week we'r ...

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