“As the one who often must lead us through the Decalogue, that recitation of the Ten Commandments beginning our Lenten services, I fret skipping one of the entries or stumbling through another, worrying that people will read into my error, thinking, “Ha! I always knew he was a false-witness bearer!”…as if I’m the only one. Truth be told, all of us will offend most of these commands before the end of this weekend: while we may not murder someone, will we hesitate to condemn that driver who cuts us off on MoPac? While we may not fashion a golden idol in our garage, how many times today will we set our love of the world before our love of God?…”
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