Be Named An Edge Night on the Second Commandment About This Night The Edge Night begins with a name guessing game for the Gather. The Proclaim teaches the youth about the second commandment by looking at how God’s name should be used. The Break includes a short discussion about the teaching, after which the youth will create posters with different names of God. The Send helps the youth begin practicing adoration of God’s name by proclaiming praise out loud with the large group. Goal of This Night The goal of this Edge Night is for the youth to understand the importance of God’s name, the respect and reverence due to God, and their identity as named children of God. Catechism # 2142 - 2148 # 2807 - 2815 # 2150 - 2152 # 2154 # 2156 # 2159 # 2628 Scripture Matthew 6:9 -13 Matthew 5:33 -37 Luke 10:27 Key Concepts – The second commandment tells us not to use the Lord’s name in vain. When we use God’s name in vain, we are belittling God and putting ourselves higher than Him, disregarding the true nature and holiness of God. – The name of God should always be used reverently and respectfully. We should never use His name lightly, without thinking, or for any purpose other than to praise and adore Him. – Our names also have great significance. This means we should respect our names, respect the names of others, and continually grow in holiness. End of Free Preview Thanks for reviewing this Edge Night! If you would like the full version of this resource please sign in. If you are signed in and still can't download this resource, please contact parish support in the chat below.