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8th Commandment (Part 1)

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Ten CommandmentsSteve Gregg

This discussion by Steve Gregg delves into the importance of contentment and the dangers of covetousness in relation to the eighth commandment, which pertains to theft. Gregg explains that theft can take many forms, including tax evasion and fraudulent dealings in business, and that small acts of theft should not be taken lightly. He emphasizes the need to trust in God's provision and warns against exploitation of the poor. Overall, the discussion emphasizes the importance of obeying God's commandments and promoting honesty and integrity in all aspects of life.

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