The Sermon on the Mount
Dr. Mark A. Barber • Sermon • • 8,747 views
There probably haven’t been a lot of sermons preached on this particular passage, seeing it is short and acts as a transition from the healing ministry of Jesus to His teaching ministry. This does not mean that He didn’t teach before, but it seems that His teaching was interrupted by the great needs…
Rev. Bruce Goettsche • Union Church of La Harpe Illinois • Sermon • • 5,593 views
I suspect that over the course of your like you have had one or two “aha” moments. It may have been in response to something you heard, something you read, or something you saw. It would have been a time when you gained a new insight or a new clarity that became like a missing piece of a puzzle. It may…
Seung Baik • Sermon • • 4,348 views
마 5:4 애통하는 자는 복이 있나니 저희가 위로를 받을 것 임이요. 지난 주간도 평안하셨습니까? 지난 주 우리는 심령이 가난한 자는 복이 있다는 말씀을 나누었습니다. 신년을 시작하는 시점에서 우리가 구해야 할 복이 과연 무엇인지를 한번 생각해 보았습니다. 또 이 심령이 가난하다는 것이 모든 복의 시작이기에 새해의 시작과 함께 우리의 마음을 비우고 우리 영혼의 갈급함을 깨닫고 주님께서 주시는 신령한 복을 받고 올 한 해도 주님만 바라보며 나아가기로 다짐하였습니다. 지난 주에 이어서 오늘은 애통하는 자는 복이 있다는 말씀을 함께 나누려…
Earl Unger • Sermon • • 1,920 views
# 13 Sermon on the Mount 9/9/90 Text: Matt. 5:21-26 E.B.C. ANGER; THE SPIRIT OF MURDER INTRODUCTION A. People often have great difficulty telling the difference between what is in fact the case and what they would like to be the case. Ie. The gang of teenagers who murdered a pedestrian, stabbing him…
Bruce Goettsche • Union Church of La Harpe Illinois • Sermon • • 1,577 views
This morning we continue our look at the conclusion of the Sermon on the Mount. We will examine Matthew 7:15-20. These are verses that warn us to be on guard. It is a reminder that even though we want to walk the narrow road; even though we want to follow Christ with great faithfulness and determination;…
The Savior's Sermon
Karl Schultz • First Evangelical Lutheran Church • Sermon • • 1,325 views • 17:40
God has given purpose to your life. Live as salt and light to this world. Stem the moral decay of society and shine the light of Christ on those living in darkness without him!
SteveF • Sermon • • 968 views
Bothwell & Clachan - June 1, 2008. Scripture: Matthew 7:21-29 Matthew’s Memories of Jesus - No. 01. “My House (on the Rock) is a Very Fine House” Warnings for Fools It is amazing how much good advice is out there in the world if we would only put it into practice. The following warnings were found on…
The Gospel of Matthew
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 634 views
God wants to bless you: 1. Through His promises of answered prayer (vs. 7-8). 2. Through the faithfulness of our Heavenly Father (vs. 9-11). 3. Through the goodness of His Golden Rule (vs. 12).
Bruce Goettsche • Union Church of La Harpe Illinois • Sermon • • 435 views
Whenever you are looking for a new job, it is a good idea to ask to see the “job description” for that job. A job description lists what is expected from the particular position. People end up frustrated in their jobs when what is expected is not clear. This morning we are going to look at the Christian’s…
Joel Mark Lillie • Sermon • • 396 views
Golden Opportunities ME In Thailand – God gives many opportunities to respond to other people’s needs. Preach in Kae Noi Other times: Sisaket – did only what I needed to do. I must go! WE Have you ever had opportunities to serve? Knew right thing to do & did it? Or, like me – did not & missed an opportunity…
Robert J Smith • Sermon • • 320 views
The Sermon On The Mount - Part 1 Matthew 5: 1-48 Chapters 5 through 7 of Matthew’s Gospel is commonly called the Sermon on the Mount. It includes many memorable teachings of Christ. The Sermon on the Mount contains the core of Jesus’ moral and ethical teaching. These are the principles of the Kingdom…
Sermon on the Mount (SOTM)
Pastor Chuck Wilson • Lower Lights Church • Sermon • • 290 views • 42:28
Pastor Chuck starts a new sermon series about the “Sermon on the Mount”. He describes how Jesus uses “The Beatitudes” help to us redefine what God wants us to admire in the world. Pastor Chuck provides a unique concept for us to use the Beatitudes as “not the attitudes we should have, but the attitudes we should be.” This week, Pastor Chuck’s topic is “Blessed are the Poor in Spirit.” Pastor Chuck describes how being “blessed” is a continuous spiritual condition of spiritual prosperity (being rich in spirit), contentment, and satisfaction in your life, not a physical feeling or state of physical material possession. Pastor Chuck will explain “one who is ‘poor in spirit’ has humbly recognized they have a deep need for God because they know they lack His Holiness and have a need for His forgiveness, grace, and mercy, and need Him as a Savior.” Pastor Chuck encourages us to become more aware of our desperate everyday need for God and to invite Him into our lives more every day.
Bruce Goettsche • Union Church of La Harpe Illinois • Sermon • • 287 views
This morning we continue our study of the Sermon on the Mount by looking at the last part of the Beatitudes that shows us what happens when a person comes into a relationship with Jesus Christ. A true believer is not simply a person who walks an aisle, says a prayer and then checks off the box that says,…
Greg Rosa • Sermon • • 282 views
Message Title: The Call to a Counter Culture Theme/Series: The Beatitudes: The Core Values of the Kingdom Text: Matthew 5:3 Pericope: Matthew 5:1 - 10 1Now when he saw the crowds, he went up on a mountainside and sat down. His disciples came to him, 2and he began to teach them saying: 3"Blessed are the…
Looking for Blessings?
Jeff Hale • Emmanuel CRC • Sermon • • 253 views • 34:38
Our brokenness is our blessing in this sense – we don’t have to work to become “poor in spirit.” We already are “poor in spirit.” This beatitude is not about our performance. We do not have to become poor in spirit to be blessed. Rather, this beatitude is about our condition we are blessed to be in a condition where we can receive God’s grace. · If we will not deny our brokenness · If we will not project our brokenness on to others · If we will not self-manage our brokenness · If we will not surrender to our brokenness If we will acknowledge our brokenness and bring our poor spirit to Jesus, then we are blessed because . . .the kingdom of heaven is ours!
John O. Evans • Sermon • • 226 views
FORREST HILL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH God’s Upside-Down Kingdom Studies in the Sermon on the Mount 1 Kingdom Tidings Matthew 4:23 – 5:16 Introduction: During our Lenten studies this year we consider the Sermon on the Mount as we seek to come to grips with a significant and familiar portion of the gospels.…
Bruce Goettsche • Union Church of La Harpe Illinois • Sermon • • 221 views
“Image is everything” or so we are told by our society. Consequently, we have an over-weight society desperately concerned about losing weight. People undergo all sorts of procedures to make themselves look younger because they know that appearance is a factor in getting hired for a job, and how you…
Breaking Bread with Barnabas
CJ Walker • Broomfield Baptist • Sermon • • 215 views • 47:39
Let us trade our hypocritical prayers of publicity and verbosity for the sincere prayers of privacy and simplicity.
Kingdom: Vision // Wealth
Bruce Stanley • St Philips Eastwood Anglican Church • Sermon • • 213 views • 23:53
What does it mean to be blessed by God? Can we follow Jesus without turning back?
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 189 views
Jesus Wants to Give Us Heavenly Happiness (Part 1) Matthew 4:23-5:4 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - February 20, 2013 *In John 10:10, Jesus said: "I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly." But how many people are really living the abundant life?…
Sermon On The Mount
Dillon Evans • Grace Bible Church • Sermon • • 169 views • 35:32
Jason Stuart Percy • Refuge TLH • Sermon • • 157 views • 59:30
If Jesus' Kingdom has the same end goals, motivations, and methods as every other Kingdom of the World, it is useless. Jesus' Kingdom isn't like ANY other Kingdom. And His Kingdom goes on forever, won't you join Him? Trust that Jesus, God in a human body, died on the cross for your sins, believe that He was buried, and that He has now been raised from the dead and He will rescue you! Call on Him to be saved from this messed up world, from your messed up mind, messed up life! He will come to you, if you'll trust in Him and stop trusting in yourself, trying to be your own god, and pushing His Way, and His Kingdom aside. God has made this Jesus, both LORD and Messiah! Recorded at Refuge TLH on Sunday, May 26, 2019.
Earl Unger • Sermon • • 156 views
#18 Sermon on the Mount 10/28/90 Text: Matt. 6:25-34 E.B.C. "DON'T WORRY - BE HAPPY" INTRODUCTION A. Someone has called anxiety "fear in search of a cause." I think this person is right. People today are swamped with worry and anxiety. We worry about anything and almost everything. Example: When I have…
Bruce Goettsche • Union Church of La Harpe Illinois • Sermon • • 142 views
John Stott the late Pastor and commentator titled his book on the Sermon on the Mount “Christian Counter Culture.” It is an apt title. The Sermon on the Mount calls us to a life that runs counter to the current of contemporary society. That gap is widening every day. As Rick pointed out last week, when…
Breaking Bread with Barnabas
CJ Walker • Broomfield Baptist • Sermon • • 138 views • 41:41
Don’t allow unrestrained anger to tarnish your testimony to a point that you lose your influence to present the gospel.