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DocReits June 18, 2016 at 1:20 pm

Yes, most of us(including me) have broken every one of the Ten Commandments, including committing murder(hating another person). The Ten Commandments, God’s Law, are written on all of our hearts(Rom 2:15), and we know we are guilty. How we deal with that knowledge determines our final destination(heaven or hell).

I absolutely love The Navigator’s one page evangelism tool which shows the Cross as the bridge to heaven. I am sure many have seen this. Using Romans 6:23, they have the wages of sin on one side and the chasm leading to hell as a result of sin, and eternal life, the Gift of God, on the other side of the chasm with the Cross of Jesus the only way to that side, with the word “Trust” on the bridge of the cross.

https://www.navigators.org/Tools/Evangelism%20Resources/Tools/One-Verse%20Evangelism-%20How%20to%20Share%20Christ-s%20Love%20C

I have written my own tracts in the past and have tried over the years to make, “just the right” tract but nothing compares to the simplicity of being able to draw this tract on a napkin when sitting with someone across from you. Easy to remember, quickly done, to the point, with a clear image of the lost soul’s plight without the bridge to God through our Savior.

Thank you for your Ten Commandment series. I believe it is so important Christians know the Commandments so that we can share them with our lost friends and associates to help them see their plight without Jesus.

God Bless you Pastor Jack!

DocReits

Jack Wellman June 18, 2016 at 1:30 pm

Thanks Doc. For some strange (and unknown) reason, one Christian told me that Jesus nailed these to the cross, but my question to him was, “So murder is okay now since Jesus kept the law perfect?” I agree that the Ten Commandments are just as relevant today as on the day they were written. Thanks brother. These commandments make sinners flee to the cross (at least they should).

Kira March 23, 2020 at 11:42 am

The Sixth Commandment is NOT about killing. Actually, it is “You shall not commit adultery.” These facts are wrong. “You shall not kill” is the Fifth Commandment.

Jack Wellman March 23, 2020 at 2:46 pm

Hello Kira. You must have a Catholic version of the Ten Commandments and not the one found in Scripture (i.e. Ex 20). Please read these references to the 10 Commandments in the Bible and not from any other source. # 5 is honor your parents, #6 is you shall not kill, and #7 is you shall not committ adultery. You must have a bad translation or a Catholic Bible because the ESV or other translations based upon the original manuscripts show you are wrong. Please read Ex. 20 to see you have clearly made a mistake. Your facts are wrong, but ours are since we are quoting Scripture which cannnot be wrong.

Kira March 23, 2020 at 11:44 am

The Sixth Commandment is actually YOU SHALL NOT COMMIT ADULTERY





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