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Following Jesus requires us to have our minds turned upside-down so we can see the world as Jesus does: a world in which it's good to be poor and dangerous to be rich.
Fathers need the character to lead their family. Jesus' Beatitudes in the Sermon on the Mount can be applied to the type of character that is needed in husbands and dads.
The first sermon from a series on the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7). This sermon was delivered on Sunday, June 5, 2016.
In our final message on the beatitudes we look at perhaps the most upside down of them all: blessed are the persecuted. How is a persecution a blessing? What does persecution look like? How do we live in response to this? Join us as we look into the Upside Down Kingdom
This is the sixth beatitude of Jesus found in Matthew 5:8 Matthew 5:8 “Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God”. What does it mean to have a pure heart and what is the promise for those whose heart is pure? Come join us as we discover the powerful truths in this beatitude.
Jesus says it is the peacemakers who are blessed. Not the peacekeepers. Not the peace lovers. The makers. Why do we make peace? What does it require of us? We take a practical look at what this beatitude means for us today.
The religion of the day was all about avoiding that which was dirty in order to be pure. Jesus challenges this idea by saying that it is what is on the inside that makes a person unclean. The blessed person isnt the one who never touches dirt, but the one who has a clean heart.
This is the fourth Beatitude of Jesus "Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness for they shall be filled". Come join us as we talk about how to develop hunger and thirst and experience his presence.