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Black History Month celebrations are a time to be reminded that we sing, rejoice and praise God--not because of the state of the world but because Jesus has already over come the world! Forgiveness and love our in our God-given DNA and we understand restorative justice is the way of God even as we realize that the statues and laws have not released humanity form the terrible violence of human behavior.
You were born with the light of God placed within. The world can be a dark place and God wants you to light up the world with your light. God knows the size and style of your light and has selected the space for your illumination. Don't hide your light!
Every life is completely unique, but all lives can be split into two groups; those who live like Jesus and those who don't. The Sermon on the Mount tells us about how we should live life, being loving, non-judgmental, caring and filled with God's love. We know we don't meet this standard, but do we trust that God will not only help us but also give us what we need?
In the opening of Jesus’ timeless sermon He spells out the characteristics of the happy Christian life. The first twelve verses are known as the Beatitudes, or “blessings.” The Beatitudes are an inversion of everything which the world applauds and promotes as a way to ultimate fulfillment. The first of these beatitudes is to be poor in spirit. In this single verse Jesus explains the riches of poverty, how the beggars can be blessed and how the humble can be absurdly happy. Let’s explore this first key to kingdom life by better understanding why spiritual poverty is essential.
The final sermon in a series on the Sermon on the Mount. This sermon was delivered on Sunday, November 27, 2016.
A sermon in a series on the Sermon on the Mount. This sermon was delivered on Sunday, November 20, 2016.
A sermon from a series on the Sermon on the Mount. This sermon was delivered on Sunday, November 13, 2016.
This sermon is from a series on "The Sermon on the Mount". This sermon was delivered on Sunday, November 6, 2016.