Dwight A. Pryor

Breaking the Third Commandment


"You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain." What did the third commandment really mean when it was first given to Moses at Sinai, and how did it come to be interpreted and applied by the rabbis in the time of Jesus? Discover the deeper Hebrew meanings of this verse, which reveal some striking implications of this decree for Christians today. Learn how we can sanctify our speech and carry God's name with us in all we do.

  • What Does It Mean to Take God's Name in Vain?
  • The Sacrifice of Our Lips, The Sanctity of Our Speech

Author: Dwight Pryor
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