Pastor Ken Klett / July 16, 2017 - 10:15 am / 38 min / Viewed 328 times
Who is like You, O Lord …
C. To Be Worshiped
A. For His Glory
B. For the Son Who was Sent
C. For Wholehearted Devotion
A. Just in Judgment
B. Steadfast in Love
… among the gods.
Lord’s Day 35
96. Q. What does God require in the second commandment?
A. We are not to make an image of God in any way, nor to
worship Him in any other manner than He has commanded in
97. Q. May we then not make any image at all?
A. God cannot and may not be visibly portrayed in any way.
Creatures may be portrayed, but God forbids us to make or
have any images of them in order to worship them or to serve
God through them.
98. Q. But may images not be tolerated in the churches as
“books for the laity”?
A. No, for we should not be wiser than God. He wants His
people to be taught not by means of dumb images but by the
living preaching of His Word.
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