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Don’t Covet The Precept chamad – to desire a‘vah – to want, to desire, to lust after.

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3 Don’t Covet

4 The Precept chamad – to desire a‘vah – to want, to desire, to lust after

5 Do not desire the… CIRCUMSTANCES of your neighborCIRCUMSTANCES of your neighbor COMPLETENESS of your neighborCOMPLETENESS of your neighbor COMMITMENTS of your neighborCOMMITMENTS of your neighbor CAPACITY of your neighborCAPACITY of your neighbor

6 The Principle Coveting arises out of a DISSATISFACTION with God’s PROVISION for my life.

7 Revealed by… The willingness to use force or fraud to TAKE what is owned by somebody else (i.e., GREED)The willingness to use force or fraud to TAKE what is owned by somebody else (i.e., GREED) The willingness to use force or fraud to PREVENT others from acquiring property (i.e., ENVY)The willingness to use force or fraud to PREVENT others from acquiring property (i.e., ENVY)

8 The Person God is JEHOVAH JIREH God is the DEFENDER of the OPPRESSED.

9 Application Learn to be CONTENTLearn to be CONTENT Trust in the PROVISIONS of GodTrust in the PROVISIONS of God Do not be ARROGANTDo not be ARROGANT SERVE othersSERVE others Be GENEROUS and willing to SHAREBe GENEROUS and willing to SHARE Look to own AFFAIRSLook to own AFFAIRS Spend time SEEKING GodSpend time SEEKING God

10 Sign of Contentment

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