Resources on Taking God's name in vain

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Topical Study on Taking God's name in vain Taking God's Name in vain occurs when we invoke the reputation and authority of God in order to bolster the reliability of something we are attempting to communicate. When we swear by God's Name to make people believe us more readily -- and most egregiously when what we are asserting... The Third Commandment: No Misuse of God’s Name Commentary/Exegesis by Mark D Roberts https://www.theologyofwork.org/the-high-calling/third-commandment-no-misuse-gods-name-0 Commentary/Exegesis by Mark D Roberts Topics: Taking God's name in vain , Ten Commandments Source: Theology of Work: The High Calling This devotional on Exodus 20:7 considers the third commandment, suggesting that by treating God’s name with reverence, we nurture in our souls a reverence of God himself. Would Jesus Pray at a City Council Meeting? Article by Morgan Guyton https://www.ministrymatters.com/all/entry/5023/would-jesus-pray-at-a-city-council-meeting Article by Morgan Guyton Topics: Prayer , Government , Jesus , God's Will Source: Ministry Matters This article reflects on Jesus' teachings on prayer, in particular Matthew 6:5-6, and their application to practices of civil religion. Too often such practices take God's name in vain or promote our various false, shallow gods.... Hallowed Be Your Name in the Workplace Article https://www.theologyofwork.org/the-high-calling/hallowed-be-your-name-workplace Article Topics: Taking God's name in vain , Ten Commandments , Lord's Prayer , God's Holiness Source: Theology of Work: The High Calling This article considers how frequently and flippantly God's name is used in our world, suggesting that we clearly represent our regard for the holiness of God’s name in our actions and in our words. What’s in a Name? Sermon (Complete) by Matt Boulter https://livingchurch.org/covenant/2020/08/28/the-third-commandment-whats-in-a-name/ Sermon (Complete) by Matt Boulter Topics: Name , Taking God's name in vain , Glory , Ten Commandments Source: The Living Church Reflecting on the Third Commandment, Matt Boulter writes that an unbreakable corollary to this absolute commitment to God’s reputation is that God must never be used as a means to some other end. God's Barriers Against Man's Sin Sermon (Complete) by Charles H Spurgeon https://www.spurgeon.org/resource-library/sermons/gods-barriers-against-mans-sin Sermon (Complete) by Charles H Spurgeon Topics: Sin , God's Will , Heart , How Shall I Go To God Source: The Spurgeon Center This sermon by Charles Haddon Spurgeon on Jeremiah 5:22-23 is about God's grand nature and how this fear of the Lord is to lead us into obedience. Take the Name and Hold It High Service Outline http://worship.calvin.edu/resources/resource-library/take-the-name-and-hold-if-high-psalm-34-86-hcld-47 Service Outline Topics: Taking God's name in vain , Lord’s Prayer , Worship Planning , Sermon Source: Calvin Institute of Christian Worship Part of a series on prayer as explained in the Heidelberg Catechism, this service plan based on the Lord's Prayer focuses on the use of God's name and how we are to honor or “hallow” it. Names Are Special Sermon (Complete) by Arthur Landwehr http://collections.carli.illinois.edu:80/cdm/ref/collection/uni_sermons/id/200 Sermon (Complete) by Arthur Landwehr Topics: Image of God , Names Source: Arthur Landwehr Sermon Collection In this sermon on Exodus 3:13-15, Arthur Landwehr discusses the importance of God's hallowed name and being created in the image of God. Strengthening Medicine for God's Servants Sermon (Complete) by Charles H Spurgeon https://www.spurgeon.org/resource-library/sermons/strengthening-medicine-for-gods-servants Sermon (Complete) by Charles H Spurgeon Topics: Promises , Joshua , Promises of God, The , C. H. Spurgeon Source: The Spurgeon Center In this sermon, Charles Spurgeon preaches on Joshua 1:5 and considers the suitable reassurance God gives Joshua, the times when one should consider this reassurance for themselves, and the boundaries of God's promise. The Mass for Millennials: The Our Father Article by Grace Agolia https://churchlifejournal.nd.edu/articles/the-mass-for-millennials-the-our-father/ Article by Grace Agolia Topics: Forgiveness , Eschatology , Kingdom of God , Eucharist Source: Church Life Journal The original sense of the "Our Father" is one of future eschatology: it is a prayer for the last day, and we are praying for God’s kingdom to come through the sanctification of God’s name. Israel's God and God's Israel Sermon (Complete) by Charles H Spurgeon https://www.spurgeon.org/resource-library/sermons/israels-god-and-gods-israel Sermon (Complete) by Charles H Spurgeon Topics: God's Will , Israel , Moses , How Shall I Go To God Source: The Spurgeon Center In order to follow God's plans, Moses had to leave the luxury of the courts of Egypt. In this sermon, Charles Spurgeon looks to the life of Moses as an example for Christ's people. Praying the Lord's Prayer . . . Without Taking the Lord's Name in Vain Article by Patricia Anne Elford http://www.reformedworship.org/article/march-2016/praying-lords-prayer-without-taking-lords-name-vain Article by Patricia Anne Elford Topics: Taking God's name in vain , Lord’s Prayer , Kingdom of God , Sin Source: Reformed Worship In this article, Patricia Anne Elford considers the different wording that the Lord’s Prayer can contain and examines the New Revised Standard Version’s translation on Luke 11:1-4 line by line to consider the meaning of words. Love's Commendation Sermon (Complete) by Charles H Spurgeon https://www.spurgeon.org/resource-library/sermons/loves-commendation Sermon (Complete) by Charles H Spurgeon Topics: Love , Christ , Incarnation , Atonement Source: The Spurgeon Center In this sermon on Romans 5:8, Charles Spurgeon reflects on the wonder of Christ, who was God incarnate, dying for humanity while humanity was in a state of sin. 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The Lord's Name, Marriage, Unity Audio/Video by Scott E Hoezee https://groundwork.reframemedia.com/episodes/your-questions-answered-part-2 Audio/Video by Scott E Hoezee Topics: Taking God's name in vain , Unity , LGBTQ , Marriage Source: Groundwork This audio recording by Scott Hoezee and David Bast on Exodus 20:7, Romans 5:8, and Isaiah 1:18 discusses what it means to take the Lord's name in vain, biblical views on same-sex marriage, and unity. The Third Commandment: No Misuse of God’s Name Devotional by Mark D Roberts https://www.theologyofwork.org/the-high-calling/third-commandment-no-misuse-gods-name Devotional by Mark D Roberts Topics: Taking God's name in vain , Ten Commandments , Exodus Source: Theology of Work: The High Calling What does it mean to use the Lord's name in vain? In this devotion based on Exodus 20:7, Mark Roberts considers the different ways that we cheapen the name of God in our contemporary culture. God is With Us Sermon (Complete) by Charles H Spurgeon https://www.spurgeon.org/resource-library/sermons/god-is-with-us Sermon (Complete) by Charles H Spurgeon Topics: Calling , God's Presence , Sin , Christ Source: The Spurgeon Center In this sermon on Romans 8:31, Charles Spurgeon presents several ways in which God is with us, but only if we have been reconciled to God through faith in Jesus Christ. 'Tis the Season: What Don't You Know? Article by James C Howell https://www.ministrymatters.com/all/entry/7577/tis-the-season-what-dont-you-know Article by James C Howell Topics: Taking God's name in vain , Politics , Government , Worldview Source: Ministry Matters Questioning whether we know enough about Christianity or God to claim that certain political ideologies or political candidates align with Christianity or God, James C. Howell's article encourages us to seek God's will for our world. God's Work Goes On Commentary/Exegesis by Scott E Hoezee https://groundwork.reframemedia.com/episodes/gods-work-goes-on Commentary/Exegesis by Scott E Hoezee Topics: Ministry , Hope , Elijah (Biblical prophet) , Servant Leadership Source: Groundwork Many of us struggle with over-scheduling and repeatedly find ourselves over-committed. Tune in to this radio episode and study 2 Kings 2:1-18 to learn more about our servant participation in God’s kingdom work. Name(s) Above All Names: Enriching our ways of addressing God Practical How-To by Richard Vander Vaart https://www.reformedworship.org/article/march-1997/names-above-all-names-enriching-our-ways-addressing-god Practical How-To by Richard Vander Vaart Topics: Name , God , Prayer , Jesus Source: Reformed Worship Richard Vander Vaart says that using a variety of names for God in prayer can enrich both private devotional life and congregational worship. He lists many names of God with scriptures references. Anger Devotional by Abbot Tryphon https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/morningoffering/2020/02/anger-5/ Devotional by Abbot Tryphon Topics: Anger , Prayer Source: Ancient Faith Blog In this reflection from the Orthodox tradition, Abbot Tryphon uses Ephesians 4:26-29 to suggest that in every way we must strive to restrain anger. God’s Thoughts of Peace, and Our Expected End Sermon (Complete) by Charles H Spurgeon https://www.spurgeon.org/resource-library/sermons/gods-thoughts-of-peace-and-our-expected-end Sermon (Complete) by Charles H Spurgeon Topics: Goodness , God's Will , Blessing , Exile Source: The Spurgeon Center A sermon on Jeremiah 29:11 by Charles Spurgeon, who reflects on God's continuous will to bless his people, even in exile, and the appropriate way for his people to receive these blessings.