The Second Commandment

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The second commandment is troublesome for some people. It talks about a subject that is a bit offensive. Some even remove the second commandment altogether from the list of ten commandments. At the same time, some people feel that they are no longer guilty of violating this commandment because they no longer have statues or religious icons. But there’s more to the second commandment than just these issues. Listen to PB as he explains what idolatry really means and what the second commandment is really teaching us to do. (To view the PowerPoint, click here)

http://cdn.sermonplayer.com/k/rlccphil/audio/2632927_16297.mp3/play

To download the bible study guide for this sermon, click here.

To download the audio file so you can listen to it later on from your PC or through your mobile phone, click here.

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