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Message Notes

    How many commands, decrees, laws, regulations, and rules are there?  Too many to count.  And they’re everywhere: home, school, workplace, cities, states, nation.  Can’t get away from ‘em. Congress has been making laws since the 1770’s, senate since the 1780’s.  Yet they’re always able to come up with new ones.  You’d think they’d finally say, “That’s it.  We’re done.  We can’t come up with any more laws.” In today’s Gospel reading, Jesus talks about one of the 10 Commandments.  And what he said probably shocked his hearers.  We’ll look at Mark 2 again in a minute, but first, let’s talk about:

         I.  Too Much of a Good Thing

                 a. State Laws

        II.  3rd Commandment: Remember the Sabbath Day to keep it holy.

                a. Disciples were Hungry

                b. Mark 2:25-26 – Jesus said, “When David was hungry, he went into God’s House to eat the                                 Consecrated Bread which was only for the priest.  He also gave some to his companions.

                c. Mark 2:27 – The Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath.”

        III.  10 Commandments

                a. To Love is to Fulfill

                b. Just Like Jesus


Quote from Rev. Earl Feddersen

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