Exodus 20:17 ESV

You shall not covet your neighbor's house; you shall not covet your neighbor's wife, or his male servant, or his female servant, or his ox, or his donkey, or anything that is your neighbor's.

Only Contentment Kills Covetousness
Our coveting problem is really a worship problem. We want what we cannot have because we believe that God is not enough.
Commandment #10: You Shall Not Covet. (Exodus 20:17)
What is coveting? It means to eagerly desire that which belongs to another and to set the heart on it. The eyes look at an object, the mind admires it, the will goes over to
Fighting Covetousness by Looking at Others
Keep God first in your life by finding others who love God well and imitating them.
Are the First and Last Commandments the Same?
In this sermon excerpt, Pastor John invites us to consider the 10 commandments, and the correlation between idolatry and covetousness.
The Obsession That Destroys
Perhaps the most misunderstood of the Ten Commandments is this one: You must not covet
The Tenth Commandment - "Thou Shalt Not Covet" - Guidelines Devotional
(English) Dr. Harold J. Sala Series: Guidelines For Living Download Files
Battling the Unbelief of Covetousness
Covetousness drains our contentment in Christ. We must fight its greedy lies with everything we have.
Why is "You shall not covet" in the Ten Commandments?
Why is 'You shall not covet' in the Ten Commandments? Why is it wrong to covet? Thou shalt not covet!
What Does It Mean To Covet?
What does it mean to covet? What does the Bible say about it? Why is it wrong? Learn more from pastor Greg Laurie at Harvest.org

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