Sermon on the Mount (SOTM)
Pastor Chuck Wilson • Lower Lights Church • Sermon • • 226 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.
Sermon on the Mount
Jesus' words in the sermon on the mount were counter cultural during His time. They continue to be counter coultural, yet we are to live by His words, still today. Today we look at Matthew 5:5 and discover that though the world says meekness is weakness, Jesus says the opposite is true. Meekness is power in control, but what does that look like? Find out in this sermon...
Finding Happiness in Strange Places 1 And seeing the multitudes, He went up on a mountain, and when He was seated His disciples came to Him. 2 Then He opened His mouth and taught them, saying: 3 “Blessed are the poor in spirit, For theirs is the kingdom of heaven. 4 Blessed are those who mourn, For they…
Kingdom Instructions for Kingdom Living
Introduction-General Observations Even the non-christian may know something about the Sermon on the Mount or even the Beatitudes, but they are more than something to know. As we look at them these graces, qualities, are traits that the Christian should have as a kingdom dweller. Just a few general observations…
Rev. Charissa Clark Howe • Sermon • • 37 views
3 “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. 4 “Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted. 5 “Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth. 6 “Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied. 7 “Blessed are the…
Sermon on the Mount #2
Old Man Jeff Brown Sr • Sermon • • 27 views
INTRODUCTION Last Week’s Message We started last week with the Sermon on the Mount. IN last week’s message we introduced this sermon. There were two points of emphasis mentioned last week: We have to view this sermon as a whole. This sermon is a forest but oftentimes people become fixated on a tree or…
Los Sermones de Jesucristo
Introducción Hoy comenzamos una serie nueva de sermones, titulada Los Sermones de Jesús ... Comenzaremos el mensaje hoy en Mateo capítulo 5. Este es el texto clásico del Sermón del Monte. Nos enfocaremos hoy en las Bienaventuranzas de Cristo. La historia cuenta de dos hermanos que crecieron en una granja.…
The Happening on the Hill
In this Father's Day message, Pastor Joe discussed the first recorded teachings of Jesus - the Beatitudes - and how being "Blessed" should always be our starting point.
Rev. Charissa Clark Howe • Sermon • • 21 views
We have all broken the covenant of purity and holiness that God made with Israel long ago, but through Jesus, we are offered the opportunity for restored covenant if we just seek God in all we do.
RCL Year A
Rev. Brian Weinberger • Sermon • • 21 views
One of the many aspects of this congregation that I have grown to love is the amount of ministry time we spend outside this space. Now don’t get me wrong, I love leading worship and preaching each week, but this time we have now is about renewing us for the next week and shaking off last weeks shortcomings.…
Everyone Who Hears These Words
Douglas Vaughan • Crosspoint Community Church • Sermon • • 14 views • 43:55
We might say, "This person needs no introduction," but then proceed to tell more about the person. Why? We know and admire the person. We want others to share our enthusiasm for our friend. In a similar way, Matthew continues to open up the life of Jesus. Matthew introduces us to Jesus. He knows Jesus. What does he tell us about Jesus? He shows us Jesus' actions and Jesus' words.
The Sermons of Jesus
Introduction Today we are starting a new sermon series, titled The Sermons of Jesus... We’ll start the message today in Matthew chapter 5. This is the classic text of the Sermon on the Mount. We’ll focus today on the Beatitudes of Christ. Pray with me. I mean somebody who just seems to personify the…
Beatitudes --- Blessed and Broken
Beatitudes --- Blessed and Broken --- The Pursuit of Happiness “And He began to teach them saying …” Matthew 5:2 Matthew 5:1-12 Today we begin an eight-week, summer series on the Beatitudes. Many people have suggested that this section could be called “Beautiful Attitudes of the Kingdom,” “The Character…
Dustin Van Wyk • Faith Baptist Church of Roseville • Sermon • • 11 views • 40:32
Dustin Van Wyk was a summer intern. He is beginning his senior year in college and God has placed in him the desire for the pastoral office. He presented the first four beatitudes in this sermon.
The Beatitudes are not a list of "blessed states" that Christians should aspire to be in. Rather, they descibe a variety of life conditions that seem God-forsaken. Jesus's point is that the kingdom is available even to them.
Jesus starts teaching his disciples in the famous "Sermon on the Mount." He starts with a list of cases in which people will be blessed, which we call "The Beatitudes." Listen as Graham unpacks these surprising and challenging insights that Jesus gives to reveal the true nature of reality.
If you changed your profile picture to ho you truly feel, what would it look like? Happiness if found in being weak, not strong. // To find out more about Involve Church, please visit involvechurch.com or email email@example.com.