may try our best to be the best that we know we can be, sometimes we
still fall short. We all have things that we need to overcome. When it
seems like we have conquered one thing, there is always something
else that we could work on about ourselves.
I'm sure we have all, at some point in our lives, been made aware of the
Ten Commandments (Exodus 20:2-17). Some will argue that all of the
Ten Commandments are not equal. Some think that murder is worse
than committing adultery or that stealing is worse than taking the name
of God in vain.
According to James 2:10, all of the Ten Commandments are equal. God
doesn't see one broken commandment as being any less harmful or worse
than another. If you really look at the Ten Commandments, God is telling
you how to have love for Him, yourself, and others. The Ten Commandments
is like a blue print for living.
The love for celebrities in Hollywood have been put above the love for God.
Rumors are being spread about people that aren't even true. People are
stealing from thers and being unfaithful to their spouses. What's worse is
that some people won't feel sorry for what they are doing until it is done to
That's when they want to get defensive and blame others without ever
accepting the fact that, sooner or later they will always have to reap what
they sow (Galatians 6:7). So, one broken commandment isn't worse than
any other broken commandment, because in the end someone always
ends up hurt.