Or only ten suggestions?. God spoke all these words. God spoke all these words—therefore they have lasting moral authority. God spoke all these words—therefore we must give these words our primary attention. I. You shall have no other gods before me. II. You shall not worship false gods.
II. You shall not worship false gods.
III. You shall never take my name in vain.
IV. You shall keep the Sabbath day holy.
V. Honor your father and your mother.
VI. You shall not murder.
VII. You shall not commit adultery.
VIII. You shall not steal.
IX. You shall not lie.
X. You shall never want what belongs to someone else.
II- No hacer de nada un ídolo.
III- No utilizar mal el nombre de Dios.
IV- Recordar el díaSábadomanteniéndolosanto y descansando.
V- Honrar a mi padre y a mi madre.
VI- No asesinar.
VII- No cometasadulterio.
VIII- No robes.
IX- No digasmentiras.
X- No codicies lo quetienem los demás.
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with our God.
To enhance our relationship and fellowship with people around us.
You shall not steal: money, posessions, hours from your employer, taxes, music, DVDs, materials, books, ideas, people, identity of others, etc.
You shall not shoplifting;
You shall not do online theft;
You shoud not cheat on tests, etc.
God gives us talents, resources and relationships that we are stewards over.
We are responsible to care for them and develop them.
Because of jealousy and greed, people are tempted to steal what other people have been given in order to make themselves feel more important.
Never are we to steal or to covet other people’s things or money.
But how many people have hidden money so they don’t have to pay taxes?
How many have downloaded an mp3 or a movie without paying the artist?
Is stealing still wrong if everyone else is doing it?
Stealing is wrong because it is actually coveting. So you are breaking two commandments.“
If one is content with what God has given, how can one become a thief?
Before one is a thief, he/ she has to covet something that does not belong to him/her.
Keep your heart free from wanting other people's possessions by resting in God's provision, and you won't be tempted to steal.
17 “You shall not covet your neighbor’s house. You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, or his male or female servant, his ox or donkey, or anything that belongs to your neighbor.”
BE CONTENT WITH WHAT YOU HAVE.
They compete to keep up with other people in a game with no end because there will always be someone out there with more than them.
But life has more meaning than the accumulation of material possessions.
(Gen. 2 :15)