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 Ten Commandments Day

Observe Ten Commandments Day every first Sunday in May.

President James Madison encouraged us to keep the Ten Commandments. Millions of churches and homes are teaching and displaying the Commandments. Your church family needs to be encouraged to do so as well. Read more at:




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 Ten Commandments Day Church Bulletin Announcement

Ten Commandments Day Church Bulletin Announcement

Ask your church to be involved. Give your church secretary a short one paragraph Church Bulletin Announcement, to add to your church bulletin on that day.

The first Sunday of May is Ten Commandments Day.

President James Madison reflected best the importance of our commitment to God's standard when he noted that America's success was dependent upon the determination of "each and every one of us to govern ourselves, to control ourselves, to sustain ourselves according to the Ten Commandments of God." The Ten Commandments is the most commonly posted scripture in our society, being posted in over 4,000 public places and in millions of churches and homes.

"And thou shalt write them the posts of thy house, and on thy gates."
Deuteronomy 6:9.

The most important reminder of this day is to do the Ten Commandments.

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 The Greatest Commandment

The Greatest Commandment from Jesus

36 Master, which is the great commandment in the law?
37 Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.
38 This is the first and great commandment.
39 And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.
40 On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.

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 Seminar by the Foundation of Moral Law

Seminar by the Foundation of Moral Law

The Foundation for Moral Law in Montgomery, Alabama, will be hosting several Pastor's Seminars entitled,

"Restoring the Foundation: Church, State, and the Law" in 2006.

Judge Roy Moore, Dr. John Eidsmoe, and Foundation attorneys will discuss, among other topics, the true "separation of church and state," the "rule of law," the historical role of the pulpit in America's history, and the IRS guidelines for speaking out on public moral issues.

All interested pastors should contact the Foundation for Moral Law at 334/262-1245 or email info@morallaw.org for more information:


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 Ten Commandments Court Case

The Idaho Supreme Court is hearing Ten Commandments case to determine if the Ten Commandments should be returned to Julia Davis Park. Read more at


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 Proclaim the Ten Commandments throughout all the land,

Proclaim the Ten Commandments throughout all the land, by giving a Ten Commandments gift.

Featured Ten Commandments Gifts:

a. Book by Judge Roy Moore, So Help Me God. Get from a local Christian bookstore near you, or get a historical autographed copy by Judge Moore, at no extra cost from http://www.morallaw.org

b. Ten Commandments Stone Tablets for your church or your home: http://tencommandments.faithweb.com/stone.html or http://www.empirico.com

c. Over 100 Ten Commandments Gift idea from 9 different web sites. Listed at http://www.heritage-signs.us/ten/display_ten_commandments.phtml

Help recreate awareness in our society about the foundations of our heritage. Without exception, The Ten Commandments were part of that heritage. Let's get America thinking again about what made it great! Give the gift of the Ten Commandments. Go to https://10commandments.biz and see a list of 9 different web sites listing over 100 Ten Commandments Gift products, including lapel pins, magnets, car tags, hats, yard signs, coins, etc.

Displaying the Ten Commandments in your home with a refrigerator magnet or wall plague will assist your children in learning the Commandments. Purchase of a gift from any of these organizations will promote the cause of the Ten Commandments throughout our land.

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 Judge Roy Moore

Watch the video of Judge Roy Moore on trial for acknowledging God. His refusal in acknowledging God and not following an illegal federal order resulted in his removal from office.


Read an explanation at of an illegal order at:


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 Bill before the Georgia Legislature to post the Ten Commandments.

Bill before the Georgia Legislature to post the Ten Commandments.

This bill would allow the Ten Commandments (a right we already have) to be displayed in court houses. Read more at:




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 What Is The Greatest Commandment?

The Greatest Commandment from Jesus

WHEN ASKED TO declare what is the greatest commandment, Jesus summarized the Ten Commandments by saying, “You shall love the Lord, your God, with all your heart, soul and mind, and you shall love your neighbor as yourself.” A connection has been formed, then, by God among those three: God, others and ourselves.

The first table of Commandments are directed toward our relationship with God in that we worship him above all else, respect his holy name and keep the Sabbath day. The last table of Commandments deal with our relationship with others and how we live in relation to them. These commandments, given to Moses on Mount Sinai, have become the foundation for moral order in many societies of the world, including our own. God has taught that to live a good life is to live in harmony with him, with those around us and with ourselves. But which of these three is the hardest to achieve? We often hear it said that we cannot claim to love God if we hate our neighbor; such people are seen as hypocrites. It is true that people can and will do things that make us crazy and that their actions may make it difficult to love them, but I’m not sure our neighbors are the most difficult to love. Read more at