The best-known part of the Sermon on the Mount – you could recite it by heart.
What is it to be called? A model prayer, the disciples’ prayer, the family prayer.
It is a prayer to use (Luke 11:2), and also a model for our prayers (9).
The Big Question: Who is the God addressed […]
Some of the most misquoted Bible verses found in Sermon on the Mount: “Do not judge.”, “Blessed are those who mourn.” And also here: “An eye for an eye.”
Jesus has been making known the standards and lifestyle of a person in his kingdom. The entry requirement “righteousness than surpasses that of the Pharisees” – […]
Word association: What comes into your head when you hear those words “Old Testament”?
Old=boring, old=out of date? And you might dislike the violence of some of the stories there. You might think surely we have Jesus and the New Testament and that’s enough, and you mightn’t be sure why we still have the […]