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The Eleventh Commandment - Part A

"Now hold on just one minute! There are only TEN commandments, not eleven!" Correct, but listen as Jesus sums up the commandments of the Old Testament with the New Testament directive of "loving one another." As believers under the New Covenant, our study of God's Top Ten would be incomplete without this authoritative addendum by the Lord Jesus Christ.

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God's Top Ten

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God's Top Ten

For thousands of years mankind has had God's list of Ten Commandments. Though cultures, languages and lifestyles have changed dramatically since Moses received these words on Mount Sinai, they are surprisingly very applicable to our daily lives in the 21st century.

Skip Heitzig explores in depth each of God's Top Ten and wraps up the series with a discussion on the most famous Eleventh Commandment given by Jesus during His time on earth.

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Abraham: Fact-Checking Your Future - Part A

Age is a limitation for some, but not for God—He can use any person at any age. In the message "Abraham: Fact-Checking Your Future," Skip dives into Abraham's story to show you that salvation by faith was always God's plan.


Fact-Checking Your Lifestyle - Part B

It takes enormous faith to build a boat hundreds of miles inland. But that's what Noah did in simple obedience to God's call. In the message "Fact-Checking Your Lifestyle," Skip shares how you can live with this same strong faith.


Fact-Checking Your Lifestyle - Part A

Noah's faith allowed him to look to the future as he refused to be conformed to the world. In the message "Fact-Checking Your Lifestyle," Skip encourages you to follow Noah's footsteps and not be afraid of going against the flow of popular culture.


Enoch: Fact-Checking Your Walk - Part B

Oftentimes we can move too fast in life, but it's good to slow down and evaluate our priorities. In the message "Enoch: Fact-Checking Your Walk," Skip encourages you to get back to the essentials to strengthen your spiritual walk.


Enoch: Fact-Checking Your Walk - Part A

How busy is your life? Does your work pile up? Does your family have a full calendar? In the message "Enoch: Fact-Checking Your Walk," Skip demonstrates how you can have a powerful testimony by simply walking with God day after day.


Affluenza! - It's Cure - Part B

Affluenza is a highly contagious social and spiritual condition that is result of over-abundance. The cause of this malady of the soul is covetousness, the very thing the tenth commandment forbids. So what is the cure? What is the spiritual antidote to this widespread illness? It is a lifestyle of contentment--the satisfaction that God knows my needs and provides for them.


Fact-Checking Your Worship - Part B

God accepts the worship that He prescribes, and in John 4:23, Jesus said we ought to worship "in spirit and truth." In the message "Fact-Checking Your Worship," Skip encourages you to evaluate your worship so it's inspired by God.


Fact-Checking Your Worship - Part A

Not all worship is the same. Some worship focuses on us rather than God—an outpouring of feelings rather than faith. In the message "Fact-Checking Your Worship," Skip examines Abel's faith and helps you check your worship against God's Word.


Fact-Check Your Faith - Part B

Romans 8:28 tells us that "all things work together for good to those who love God." In the message "Fact-Check Your Faith," Skip shares how you can find peace in the circumstances you face when you invite God's truth into the situation.


Fact-Check Your Faith - Part A

We are living in tough times—and tough times demand a tough faith. In the message "Fact-Check Your Faith," Skip shares some important facts that will help you embrace faith instead of fear when you face difficulties in your Christian walk.


Hallelujah - Part B

Worshiping God here on earth is the one activity that mirrors what is going on in eternity. So praise ought to fill our lives like it fills heaven. In the message "Hallelujah," Skip shares how you can worship God joyfully and authentically.


Affluenza! - It's Cure - Part A

Affluenza is a highly contagious social and spiritual condition that is result of over-abundance. The cause of this malady of the soul is covetousness, the very thing the tenth commandment forbids. So what is the cure? What is the spiritual antidote to this widespread illness? It is a lifestyle of contentment--the satisfaction that God knows my needs and provides for them.


Hallelujah - Part A

Do you find yourself going through the motions of the Christian life but lacking the emotion? In the message "Hallelujah," Skip shares insight to help reenergize your worship.


Roar - Part B

Words can bless, or they can bite. Some people whisper, and some people shout. In the message "Roar," Skip examines both the troubles and triumphs of the tongue, explaining how you can use your words for good.


Roar - Part A

Words are powerful. Think of a doctor who could say to a patient, "You have six months to live." Or a judge who might say, "You're free to go." In the message "Roar," Skip shares some insightful guidelines to help you use your words wisely.


Home - Part B

How much time and energy do you spend managing your house as compared to building up your home? In the message "Home," Skip explains how you can build a home and cultivate relational priorities to help shape future destinies.


Home - Part A

There's a difference between a house and a home. A house is built with materials; a home is built with love. Which do you work on the most? In the message "Home," Skip challenges you to consider what is more important: Projects or people?


Affluenza! - Part B

No it's not a typo! Affluenza is a social malady that has reached epic proportions in our country. Its germs infect the very young and its symptoms recur even in old age. Solomon nailed it 3000 years ago when he said, "No matter how much we see, we are never satisfied!" (Ecclesiastes 1:8). This last commandment is a different from the other nine in that it probes the heart and touches on our desires. It deals with what we want, not just what we do. This week and next we'll probe what is perhaps our culture's biggest problem.


All of Me - Part B

God has given us everything we could ever need, and the only appropriate response we should have is to give ourselves to Him. Tune in for the message "All of Me" as Skip shares how you can love God intelligently and thank Him consistently.


All of Me - Part A

The Bible tells us that God loves us consistently and provides for us faithfully. How should we respond to this truth? Skip considers several different responses as he shares the message "All of Me."


Radioactive - Part B

Do you struggle to make sense of the suffering you go through? That way of thinking can often lead to spiritual depression. In the message "Radioactive," Skip gives you some remedies for spiritual depression, sharing how you can live in the joy of Christ.


Radioactive - Part A

When suffering strikes in your life, how do you deal with the fallout? In the message "Radioactive," Skip addresses the spiritual reality of depression and shares some hopeful truth for handling the difficult aspects of life.


Safe and Sound - Part B

Psalm 23 is often misunderstood, because it has more to do with life than death, and it's not just about sheep and a shepherd. In the message "Safe and Sound," Skip shares how you can find strong security in the Lord in your tough times.


Affluenza! - Part A

No it's not a typo! Affluenza is a social malady that has reached epic proportions in our country. Its germs infect the very young and its symptoms recur even in old age. Solomon nailed it 3000 years ago when he said, "No matter how much we see, we are never satisfied!" (Ecclesiastes 1:8). This last commandment is a different from the other nine in that it probes the heart and touches on our desires. It deals with what we want, not just what we do. This week and next we'll probe what is perhaps our culture's biggest problem.


Safe and Sound - Part A

Life is full of peaks and valleys, calm streams and roaring rapids. At times, it feels like you don't know where to go. In the message "Safe and Sound," Skip shares how God guides, protects, and provides for you and how you can find security in Him.


Say Something - Part B

Have you ever asked God to just say something—anything—to you? Well, God just might be telling you, "Hear something." In the message "Say Something," Skip explains how God speaks to you personally through Scripture.


Say Something - Part A

Do you ever feel like God isn't speaking to you? Many people have felt that frustration at some point in their Christian life. In the message "Say Something," Skip shares how God speaks and how you can hear His voice.


Happy - Part B

To the believer, the Bible is the way God speaks to us about Himself. Through God's Word, we get in touch with Him and encounter Him. Skip shares how happiness can be found in this pursuit of God as he wraps up the message "Happy."


Happy - Part A

The Declaration of Independence says you can pursue happiness, but it doesn't promise you'll find it. In the message "Happy," Skip shares why happiness is a by-product of a different pursuit.


The Truth, the Whole Truth & Nothing but the Truth! - Part B

Myron Boyd wrote, "A half-truth is a dangerous thing, especially if you have got hold of the wrong half!" I’d venture to say that we have a whole lot of half-truths bouncing around in our brains that we’ve picked up without ever trying to find out the rest. The ninth commandment is about telling the truth, the whole truth. We’ll find that this mandate infers at least three things.


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