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Sermons on Deuteronomy

The Fourth Commandment – Enjoying God’s Rest

We continue with our mini-series on the Ten Commandments in Deuteronomy five. We are considering the fourth commandment. This is one of the most contested of the commandments, and yet in this commandment we most clearly see God’s commandments are not burdensome. He commands us to rest. We will consider what this rest means and how it applies to…

The Third Commandment

We continue with our mini-series on the Ten Commandments in Deuteronomy five. We are considering the third commandment. We will see how this commandment relates to the first two. We will also consider the way that Jesus fulfills this commandment and how he enables us to begin to live in fulfillment of it.

The Second Commandment

We continue with our mini-series on the Ten Commandments in Deuteronomy five. We are considering the second commandment where God regulates our worship activities. We will consider the regulative principle of worship and why we worship the way that we do. We will also consider the way that Jesus fulfills this commandment and how he enables us to be…

The First Commandment

We are beginning a mini-series on the Ten Commandments in Deuteronomy five. This week we will consider the first commandment. This is the central commandment which defines the covenant relationship between God and his people. We will follow the Shorter Catechism in asking what are the duties required and what are the sins forbidden in the first commandment? We will also…

Introduction to the Law

We’ll be preparing to hear the moral law of God revealed in the Ten Commandments. The text is Deuteronomy 4:44-5:6. This text serves as an introduction to the law. We need to remember Jesus has not come to abolish the law but to fulfill it. We will consider what that means for our faith and life. And…

Listen and Obey

We continue with the historical prologue in Deuteronomy. Our text is Deuteronomy 4:1-14. Here, Moses begins to exhort the people of God to be ready to keep God’s commandments. We will consider the blessing and the role of the commandments in the Christian life along with the importance of covenant nurture in our families and in the church.