The Seventh Commandment.
Thou shalt not steal.
What does this mean?
We should fear and love God that we may not take our neighbor's money or property, nor get them by false ware or dealing, but help him to improve and protect his property and business [that his means are preserved and his condition is improved].
The Eighth Commandment, Large Catechism, Book of Concord:
284] All this has been said regarding secret sins. But where the sin is quite public so that the judge and everybody know it, you can without any sin avoid him and let him go, because he has brought himself into disgrace, and you may also publicly testify concerning him. For when a matter is public in the light of day, there can be no slandering or false judging or testifying; as, when we now reprove the Pope with his doctrine, which is publicly set forth in books and proclaimed in all the world. For where the sin is public, the reproof also must be public, that every one may learn to guard against it.
A. Nony Mouse has left a new comment on your post "Thou Shalt Not Steal":
...and you're not stealing any images for your blog?
GJ - Right click, save picture as... I did not claim to have photographed these two Church Growth Enthusiasts. Their photos are not copyrighted. If they object in writing, I can always change them. My attorneys--Dewey, Cheatum, and Howe--advised that trademarks and copyrights need to be displayed for protection.
WELS objected to having their lavender cross copied. My attorneys said they needed to have a TM near it, for TradeMark. Of course, it does look a little silly to trademark a cross. Nevertheless, I removed the logo and replaced it with a dollar sign. Likewise, Steve Kurtzahn's touchy webmaster in the CLC had objections about their graphics, so I made a quick change. Those are the only two objections I have received...so far.
And, since you didn't ask, I write my own sermons.