Redeemer Church Riverview
Ten Laws For Life: Who or What is Lord of Your Life?
October 11, 2020
Main Scripture Reference(s)
Exodus 20:
Romans 1

Ten Laws For Life: Who or What is Lord of Your Life?

October 11, 2020 / Exodus 20: Romans 1


Song of Praise “Hosanna (Praise Is Rising)”
Call to Worship Psalm 93:1-4
Song of Praise “How Firm A Foundation”
Confession of Faith WCF 25, 82, 84
Song of Praise “Jesus Messiah”
Prayer of Adoration
Greet One Another
Ministry Spotlight Dave Hawes
Prayer of Intercession
Giving of God’s Tithe and Our Offerings
Song of Preparation “Lead Me To The Cross”
Scripture Readings Exodus 20:1-3; Romans 1:20-25
Sermon “Ten Laws For Life: Who Or What Is Lord Of Your Life” Craig Swartz
Prayer of Commitment
Song of Response “O Love That Will Not Let Me Go”


Malcom Muggeridge:

“Most people regard the Ten Commandments the way they treat the average examination paper in England. At the top of the examination it will say answer four out of the ten questions.”

Matthew 22:36-40

Magazine article:

“I know most Americans today do not worship Baal, but when I look at the church in America, I fear that we have our own Baals that demand our worship. I see so many people bowing down before prosperity theology and the idea that God just wants to make us wealthy and happy. I see people entrapped by the “-isms”—racism, sexism, ageism, classism, materialism and so many others—that divide our church, choosing first to obey and revere these divisive systems rather than the God who has called us to be reconciled to one another and to be one in Christ Jesus…We surround ourselves with people who are like us and value like-mindedness over genuine love and care for our neighbor.”

  1. THE  OF GOD

Exodus 5:2

Mick Jagger:

“It is when authority won’t allow something that I really dig in. I am against anything that interferes with what I want to do as an individual.”


“A right or privilege exclusive to a particular individual because of his rank.”

George Will:

“Baseball umpires are carved from granite and stuffed with microchips…they are professional dispensers of pure justice.”

1 Corinthians 6:19-20



Romans 1:21-25


“Although the majority of Americans still say that they believe in God, it is by no means clear that they acknowledge the God of Biblical revelation, who speaks to them from beyond Himself and awakens in men and women a dependency, a sense of moral unworthiness and a sense of obligation to do His will.”

Jeremiah 9:23-24


Deuteronomy 6:4-5

Luke 18:22


“Yet I do love a certain light, a certain voice, a certain odor, a certain food, a certain embrace when I love my God: a light, a voice, an odor, a food, an embrace for the man within me, where his light, which no place can contain, floods into my soul; where he utters words that time does not speed away; where he sends forth an aroma that no wind can scatter; where he provides food that no eating can lessen; where he so clings that satiety does not sunder us. This is what I love when I love my God.”


Psalm 115:8

Tim Keller:

“Sin isn’t only doing bad things, it is more fundamentally making good things into ultimate things. Sin is building your life and meaning on anything, even a very good thing, more than on God. Whatever we build our life on will drive us and enslave us. Sin is primarily idolatry.”


Horatio Spafford:

“My sin, oh, the bliss of this glorious thought.

My sin, not in part but the whole.

Is nailed to the cross and I bear it no more.

Praise the Lord, praise the Lord, oh, my soul.”

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