Sunday, March 15, 2015

Examin Sunday 15 March 2015

Christ made it clear that the moral law of the Old Testament was very much to obeyed by those who followed him, condemning those who taught otherwise, and praising those obeyed his teaching on this. The summary of this moral law is the ten commandments; therefore it is a good thing for all Christians to read them regularly, perhaps once a week, and consider how they may have offended against that law. Read them slowly and carefully, thinking about all the teaching they encompass. Remember, for example, how Christ taught that 'thou shalt not kill' also precluded anger; and that 'thou shalt not commit adultery' was also a command towards absolute purity. And having examined your conscience in this manner, do not then neglect to confess your sins to God and ask his pardon.

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