Have you ever been told you’ve used the Lord’s name in vain but not understood why? The third commandment is often misunderstood and misapplied. Why is that? Join our conversation in this episode of Discover the Word about the third commandment and discover how “bearing God’s name” is a theme throughout Scripture that is often misunderstood.
Trying to play a game when you don’t know the rules . . . not a whole lot of fun is it? In this chapter, you’ll hear Old Testament professor, Dr. Carmen Imes, explain why Sinai and the Ten Commandments still matter to people who bear God’s name today.
Discover how a variation of the game “tag” you likely played in grade school, can help us understand a difficult theological concept like election as you study with the Discover the Word group next time. In this chapter, you’ll consider the important role we play when we bear God’s name!
What does it really mean to “take the Lord’s name in vain”? In this chapter, you’ll hear Dr. Carmen Imes explain why she thinks we may have misunderstood the third commandment about “taking the Lord’s name in vain.”
When we’re frustrated at work, stuck in traffic, or even in conflict at home it’s easy to forget we’re always representing God—we’re always wearing His team’s jersey. In this chapter, you’ll discover how our behavior is inextricably attached to God’s reputation.
Some Christians like to think they can go through life incognito . . . hiding their real connection to Christ. But can they. . . really? In this chapter, you’ll take a fascinating look at a passage in Revelation about the “mark of the Beast” as we conclude a series called, “Bearing God’s Name.”