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July 2 • 2 Thessalonians 1:6‑10

End Times Prophecy: The Second Coming of Jesus

In this message from 2 Thessalonians, Adrian Rogers reveals we are living in the beginning of the end. As we contemplate the soon coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, we are not to be disturbed or deceived. And if we trust in Him, we will not be disappointed.


July 1 • End Times

End Times Prophecy in God’s Word is Clear

The days are growing gloriously dark as prophecy leading up to the Second Coming of Jesus Christ unfolds. But God is not dismayed; neither should we be. As we wait for Jesus, the shared mission of every believer to bring people to Him and to encourage one another in the faith is urgent.


June 25 • Exodus 20:17

10th Commandment: You Shall Not Covet

If we will teach our children to take the 10th commandment, “You shall not covet,” to heart, our children will avoid many other sins. We do this by teaching contentment and living contentedly as examples.


June 18 • Exodus 20:16

9th Commandment: You Shall Not Bear False Witness

Truth may be in short supply these days, but it should not be so among God’s people. The ninth commandment reminds us to teach our families what it means to lives of Truth with a capital “T”.


June 11 • Exodus 20:15

8th Commandment: You Shall Not Steal

The eighth commandment, “You shall not steal,” isn’t just about direct stealing, such as robbing a bank. We need to teach our children to work hard so they live with integrity as employees and employers, to give back to God because He owns everything, and to give others the love and courtesy God inspires in His people.


June 4 • Exodus 20:14

7th Commandment: You Shall Not Commit Adultery

God created sexual exclusivity within marriage to give families protection, purpose, and permanence. When purity is abandoned, families are destroyed and whole societies break down.


May 28 • Exodus 20:13

6th Commandment: You Shall Not Murder

"You shall not kill" is about more than murder. We must demonstrate respect for life. And we must encourage our families to embrace God’s command to enjoy life in its fullness—physical life, emotional life, intellectual life, and spiritual life.


May 21 • Exodus 20:12

5th Commandment: Honor Your Father and Mother

God’s commandment to honor our parents starts with parents who live in such a way that children are encouraged and inspired to follow Dad and Mom in following God. This is essential to the success of the nuclear family.


May 14 • Exodus 20:8-11

4th Commandment: Remember The Sabbath Day

Sunday is absolutely holy; it is the Lord’s Day. But it is a day of love, not legalism. When we keep the Lord’s Day, we reinforce in our families that every day belongs to God.


May 7 • Exodus 20:7

3rd Commandment: You Shall Not Take God’s Name in Vain

While cursing is one form of profaning God’s name, we also take His name in vain when we call ourselves Christians but live as if He is not our Lord. We must live in a way that honors His name.

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