Church and Religion: 2022.02.20

Exodus 20:3 God Refuses to Share Summary: Have you ever had something so important that you knew you should not share it with someone else? Maybe someone told you a secret, or it was a valuable possession. There are some things that God doesn’t share as well. He tells us in the Ten Commandments, “You shall have no other gods before me.” He wants our hearts completely, and does not want us to share that worship and love with anyone or anything else but Him. Let’s think about it: Outline: 1. The command: To God alone be the glory 2. The danger: our hearts will worship something 3. The hope: The Gospel of Jesus breaks the chains of idolatry Verse: Exodus 20:3 (ESV): You shall have no other gods before me. Questions for Devotions and Family Worship: 1. Why do you think this was the first command God gave to Israel? Why was it so central for them and now also for us? 2. What things or people in your life might be taking the place of God, possibly becoming an idol for you? How does God want us to respond to these things? 3. Since Jesus came to fulfill the law, how did He do that with this first command? How can the Gospel of Jesus help break the chains of idols in your life?

2022.02.20
Exodus 20:3 God Refuses to Share Summary: Have you ever had something so important that you knew you should not share it with someone else? Maybe someone told you a secret, or it was a valuable possession. There are some things that God doesn’t share as well. He tells us in the Ten Commandments, “You shall have no other gods before me.” He wants our hearts completely, and does not want us to share that worship and love with anyone or anything else but Him. Let’s think about it: Outline: 1. The command: To God alone be the glory 2. The danger: our hearts will worship something 3. The hope: The Gospel of Jesus breaks the chains of idolatry Verse: Exodus 20:3 (ESV): You shall have no other gods before me. Questions for Devotions and Family Worship: 1. Why do you think this was the first command God gave to Israel? Why was it so central for them and now also for us? 2. What things or people in your life might be taking the place of God, possibly becoming an idol for you? How does God want us to respond to these things? 3. Since Jesus came to fulfill the law, how did He do that with this first command? How can the Gospel of Jesus help break the chains of idols in your life?

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