Aug 9, 2021

The Eighth Commandment and Trusting God

The eighth commandment reveals our unbelief and distrust of God. When we perceive that God has made an error in the way he has divvied up his gifts, we sinfully take matter into our own hands to rectify the matter. But Jesus sets a different example, giving up what he rightfully deserved to be generous and loving to his neighbors.

Don’t like banter? Skip to 4:56.


See More From This Series: The Ten Commandments

Bible & Stuff is a podcast about the Bible—and stuff. Hosts Tanner and Glen discuss the Bible, theology, and Christian history in a fun, approachable way.

Recommended Resources

How Jesus Transforms the Ten Commandments

Edmund P. Clowney

Ten Words to Live By

Jen Wilkin

The Ten Commandments

Kevin DeYoung



The Tenth Commandment and Unhelpful Expectations

While other sins can be seen, covetousness hides in the heart. It's there that our ungodly desires take root and grow into all manner of sins.


The Ninth Commandment and Untruthful Speech

When our tongue runs wild, small sparks can create massive fires. Instead, we honor God and others by speaking life into the world around us.


Processing the News as Christians with The Pour Over

Jason Woodruff of The Pour Over talks about processing the news as Christians and navigating relationships in a politically divided culture.