SERMONS ON THE 6TH COMMANDMENT

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6TH COMMANDMENT SERMON OUTLINES

by Robert Dawson

Back in 1997 Randy Harris a commissioner in Marion County Florida - after being stuck in traffic behind a car with an environmental specialty license plate came up with the idea to use specialty plates as a way to raise money to promote adoption over abortion. After battling...

by Jeff Ginn

God loves life. He is the author of life. Genesis 2:7, ''Then the Lord God formed man of dust from the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life and man became a living being.'' Jesus loves life. In fact, the Bible says that he came that we might have life-and life more...

by Joe Alain

The sixth message in a series of ten sermons on the Ten commandments. ''You Shall Not Murder'' (Exodus 20:13, ESV). 21 ''You have heard that it was said to those of old, 'You shall not murder; and whoever murders will be liable to judgment.' 22 But I say to you that everyone...

by Stan Coffey

Today we want to speak on the subject of ''The Supreme Value of Human Life.'' If you have your Bible I invite you to turn to Exodus 20:13. We are in this series of ''Timeless Values for Today's Family.'' One of the timeless values is the supreme value of human life. And in a...

by James Merritt

I once came across an African proverb that says, "Even the hen lifteth her head toward heaven when swallowing her grain." How sad that many, who are daily recipients of multiplied blessings, never lift their head in thanks to the God who gave them. William Law, in his book A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life, wrote: "Would you know who is the greatest saint...

by Ken Trivette

In 1974, all over the city of New Orleans, billboards displayed in bold letters, ''Thou shalt not kill.'' Because of a runaway homicide rate, the city fathers wanted to remind citizens of the sixth commandment. In the sixth commandment, God approaches the issue of taking...

by Andrew McQuitty

''Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.'' Oh yeah? Not so in the Twilight Zone--or in real life, either. If you've ever been on the business end of hurtful words that pierce like arrows, you know that you can die a thousand deaths and still have a...

by Ernest Easley

Let me say to every parent here today that the most important job you have is to point your sons and daughters to Jesus Christ! More important than to work-front is the home-front! You say, ''Pastor .. I'm succeeding at the work-front but I'm failing at the home-front.'' Well .. I've got...

by David Cawston

The results of the deception of Humanism has been the devaluation of life. Humanism had its roots in the early part of this century. With the scientific age and increased knowledge came the foundation for humanism. Humanism declares that I am the master of my fate and...

by Miles Seaborn

Clarence Darrow said, ''I've never killed anyone but I've read a lot of obituaries with glee.'' By the time the average America child gets to the sixth grade, they have witnessed 6,000 murders (TV- Movies) and 100,000 acts of violence. Every 22 minutes someone is stabbed, shot...

by Adrian Rogers

Turn please to Exodus chapter twenty, Exodus chapter twenty as we're continuing our study in the Ten Commandments. Today our text is very short, very pungent, very pertinent and you will see in a moment, very personal because you may think of all of the commandments, this one does not apply to you or at...

by Jerry Vines

To get us into the sixth commandment, I want to read verse 12 which is the fifth commandment. Then we'll follow the flow of the commandments right on into verse 13. Honor thy father and thy mother: that thy days may be long upon the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee. Thou shalt not kill. In that statement our God, for all...

by Eddie Snipes

The last five commandments are all directly related to how we should treat each other. Our social culture is held together by God's moral laws and these are all fulfilled through one commandment – love your neighbor as yourself. Romans 13:9-10 explains: 9 For the commandments, "You shall not commit adultery," "You shall not...

by Robert Dawson

When I consider this universe and even the world in which we live I am struck by its natural beauty and am amazed at the intricate and complex design of how everything fits and works together --- all of creation is fine tuned. Walking out in the evening and...

by Doug Tegner

We know murder of a human is far different that killing an animal Drive by a carcass of a rodent or animal we call it Road Kill If drive by a person lying alongside the road we'd shudder and act If you have ever watched someone die especially if you have ever seen one killed the image forever etched in your mind...