Ever compared yourself with a colleague or neighbor and felt you fell short of the mark? Perhaps they get more respect at work, or they have a bigger, nicer home.
It’s a “dog-eat-dog” world out there. And for some, that means sacrificing nothing to get to the top.
So, what comes to mind when you hear the word, “covet”? Well, jealousy and envy are attitudes that affect many of the decisions we make. Take a look at these attitudes of the heart.
In this age of technology and gadgets, we’re always looking for the latest and greatest products to improve our lives. It's all part of a study on the tenth commandment, “Thou shall not covet.”
It’s not uncommon for people to assume that financial prosperity and God’s approval are somehow linked together. Hey, if you’re a good person, God will bless you. Right? A lively discussion about this false notion of prosperity and blessing.
Each one of us faces temptation of some sort. It may be a certain kind of food we can’t resist, a store we love to shop in, or something heavier, that causes us to fall into sin.
If you’ve ever overreacted to something, and regretted it later, you’ve probably spent some time trying to figure out why you lost control.
Discover The Difference Between Our Attitudes And Actions, And How They Affect Our Relationship With God Part 36
It’s the matters of the heart, the stuff no one else sees, that are most important to God.
The apostle Paul tells us in Romans chapter eight that as children of God we have glorious freedom from the things that have held us in bondage. It’s part of our series on the tenth commandment, thou shall not covet.