Sermons – Willowlake Church
Join us as we continue our conversation on the Ten Commandments, this week looking at the Ninth Commandment.
Join us as we continue our conversation on the Ten Commandments, this week looking at the Eighth Commandment.
When Moses brought the stone tablets down from Mount Sinai, and the Nation of Isrial heard God’s voice say, “You shall not commit adultery”, He was saying so much more than, ‘Don’t have sex outside of marriage’. God was
Join us as we continue our conversation on the Ten Commandments, this week looking at the Fifth Commandment.
When God created human life, He intended for it to remain sacred and valuable. We live in a world where we see and hear about senseless death each and every day. The Bible teaches us that life is a sacred gift from God and any society or individual that d
The word “Sabbath” comes from the Hebrew word “shabbat,” that means to cease or desist. In the fourth Commandment, God reminds the Nation of Isrial about two important things. Firstly, that God created the heavens and the earth in six days and res
Join us as we continue our conversation on the Ten Commandments, this week looking at the Third Commandment.
If someone were to ask you to describe God, how would you do it? If someone were to ask you to tell them about his attributes, what would you tell them? Is it even possible to explain Him in a way that a person could fully grasp? No matter how good, or ho
When God gave Moses the first of the ten commandments, He made it clear that His people were to have an exclusive relationship with Him. Jesus reiterated this principle in Matthew 22. When asked, “… which is the greatest commandment in the Law
On Mount Sinai, God passed on to Moses ten rules that the ancient Israelites were commanded to follow. Chiseled onto two stone tablets, these commandments are still considered the benchmarks of the type of life God desires from His followers. Join us as w