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You’re used to hearing that being blessed means you’ll be wealthy and healthy; that you’ll live a long and victorious life. There are a lot of books in the bookstore that say exactly that. But here, Jesus is giving wonderful news to the humble, the poor, the mourners and the peacemakers. In the Kingdom of God, the controls work backwards.
Blessed are the Poor in Spirit? What does that mean? We begin our study in the Beatitudes with the very first and study what it means to be poor in Spirit and what our blessings are.
Today, we complete our summer series, Blessed, on the Beatitudes in Matthew 5. We finish with "Blessed are the merciful, for they will be shown mercy." What exactly is mercy and what does it mean for us to be merciful to others?
We need to always remember that our citizenship is not in this world, but in the eternal Kingdom of God, where Jesus is preparing a place for each one who has been adopted into the family of God. Let each of us be diligent, as we experience the persecution that we know will come in this life, to remember who we are, where we are going, and what awaits us.
We welcome guest pastor Phil Reinders this morning. Together we'll look at these words spoken by Jesus: "Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven."
The world is the kingdom of Satan and his angels, and he has done a great job of reversing the godly things into something carnal. Let us all commit to being faithful to God and His Word and be peacemakers, acknowledging that persecution by the world brings us blessing in the Kingdom of Heaven
Jesus said "Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God." What did he mean? What are the implications for us? And do we have the courage to be people who pursue peace?
Peace is made possible through the resurrection of Jesus Christ. That’s how God established it. May we all commit to becoming God’s people of peace; first by experiencing it, then by sharing it – First with others, then with the nations, and always with God.
We are going to reflect on words Jesus had to say about having a pure heart. The promise is that those with a pure heart will see God. What does this mean? How does it affect us? And how can it help us take a next step in following Jesus Christ?