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9th Commandment

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Ten CommandmentsSteve Gregg

Steve Gregg discusses the importance of the 9th Commandment in protecting our neighbor's good name and reputation. While the commandment specifically prohibits bearing false witness in court, it has a broader application in our everyday interactions. Gregg emphasizes the need for honesty and speaking the truth in love, while cautioning against gossip and deceitful speech. Ultimately, living out the principles of the 9th Commandment reflects our Christian character and points others towards the truth.

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