1. Behind the preacher stands Christ Jesus. Preachers listen to Jesus so that, in turn, they may preach Him, and their congregations may hear the voice of the Good Shepherd from the mouths of their pastors.
  2. Jesus is taking the Law and setting it forth in such a way that we get a good look at what is going on in us.
  3. A little time spent with this book might well prompt your imagination and stimulate meditation on the story of Christmas.
  4. "You shall not commit adultery." Caleb and Dr. Paulson talk about the importance of marriage, the place and purpose of sex, and how the family is the central matter at the heart of the six commandments.
  5. Dr. Paulson covers the 5th commandment, "You shall not murder."
  6. God did not rend the heavens and come down to collect the righteous for Himself. He came from a lineage of sinners to be their Savior.
  7. Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord, thy God, in vain.
  8. Caleb and Dr. Paulson continue to discuss the explanation of the First Commandment.
  9. If we take the article of justification out of the center, very soon we will not know why we are evangelical Christians or should remain so.-Hans J. Iwand
  10. God is placing us in new situations. His unchanging and utterly reliable Word provides our only anchor.
  11. Attempting to escape the errors of medieval Catholic thinking, Agricola ended up making the same mistake of conflating law and gospel.

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