Author Pastor Randy Moll

  • “You shall not steal.” Exodus 20:15
    With this commandment, the LORD God forbids us to take or desire that which rightfully belongs to another. Thus, we are not to rob, steal or take the property of another by any dishonest means, including fraud, deception, unjust lawsuits, gambling, unrighteous labor or wages, unfair pricing and the like. Instead of seeking dishonest gain, God urges us to work and earn our own property and goods and to share with those in need.

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  • With parenting comes great responsibility to God, who creates and gives life to children in their mothers’ wombs. God commands parents to bring their children to Him in Baptism and bring them up “in the training and admonition of the Lord” (Ephesians 6:4). Not to do so causes these little ones to sin, or stumble, in regard to their faith in Christ Jesus.

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  • For those who missed today’s worship service, a link to video of today’s service is below. Today’s theme was: “You shall not commit adultery.” The text was Exodus 20:14. Are you guilty of adultery? You might be surprised.

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  • While me might commonly think of adultery only in the narrowest sense of being unfaithful to the marriage vow by engaging in a sexual relationship outside of marriage, this commandment of the LORD God really applies to all perversions of – all adulterating of – God’s original design and intent for the marriage relationship described for us in Genesis 2.

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