Set in Stone: A Study of God's Commandments
Though framed copies have been removed from most public buildings, including schools and courthouses, most people can still recite the Ten Commandments from memory and can share the story from Exodus 20 of how Moses was given this standard set of rules.
God also gave His people two additional commandments: Love God with all your heart, mind, soul, and strength; and love your neighbor as yourself. Together, these 12 commandments give us a view of God's masterful plan for man's happiness and salvation.
In Set in Stone, Dr. Larry Swaim takes readers through each commandment to show how all them give us a clear understanding of what God expects from us.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: The Greatest Commandment
Chapter 2: The Second Greatest Commandment
Chapter 3: Understanding the Ten Commandments
Chapter 4: No Other Gods
Chapter 5: No Carved Images
Chapter 6: Do Not Take the LORD's Name in Vain
Chapter 7: Keep the Sabbath
Chapter 8: Honor Your Father and Mother
Chapter 9: Do Not Murder
Chapter 10: Do Not Commit Adultery
Chapter 11: Do Not Steal
Chapter 12: Do Not Bear False Witness
Chapter 13: Do Not Covet
About the Author
Dr. Larry Swaim has practiced as a psychotherapist in Middle Tennessee for almost 30 years. He also speaks to churches across the nation emphasizing how to develop strong faith, biblical principles for good mental health, and the power of love and forgiveness. He was educated at Lipscomb University, Harding School of Theology, and Clarksville Theological Seminary.
by Dr. Larry Swaim
Publisher: 21st Century Christian
Size: 6 x 9