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Ten: How the Commandments Set Us Free

by Mark S. Mitchell

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The Ten Commandments. Do you see them as a strict set of rules with a punishment for disobedience? Do you think they are outdated, without meaning for us today? Or might they be a blueprint for your life, designed by a loving and gracious God? The law that He spoke into being on the mountainside so long ago is still active and applicable to our lives now. Mark Mitchell shows us how we can embrace both God’s law and His gospel of grace to find true freedom.

"Mark Mitchell has written a brief commentary on the Ten Commandments that throws light on the commands in their ancient setting and shows the relevance of the ’Ten Words” for the Church today. He has written an extremely well balanced book, no mean feat in a field in which writers tend to make too much, or too little of Israel’s Law. Mark is an exceptional writer, a clear thinker, and an accomplished theologian who lays head and heart together. The book is filled with truth and grace. You will be instructed, but more importantly, you will be drawn toward righteousness as you read his book." —David Roper



Author Bio

Mark Mitchell has been the teaching pastor at Central Peninsula Church on the San Francisco Peninsula since 1986. He is a graduate of Denver Seminary and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He and his wife, Lynn, have three children and live in Los Altos, California. His thriving ministry is an outgrowth of Ray Stedman's groundbreaking Peninsula Bible Church in Palo Alto, California.

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Product Code: AH586
Language English
ISBN: 978-1-62707-486-5
Pages: 127
Publish Date: Dec 21, 2015
Trim Size: 5” x 7”
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