I don’t expect any of us wants Jesus to call us a fool. As he ends his famous Sermon on the Mount, Jesus gets serious about what it means to follow him. The fools listen to him but do not do what he says.
Today as we close in on the final part of Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, we come to a very challenging passage that makes us make choices.
Our heavenly Father gifts us entrance into his kingdom and it’s a gift that we should share with others. In today’s passage Jesus is going to offer something significantly upside down that will transform our lives.
Today we are looking at the next section of the Sermon on the Mount, and it is a challenge to us as to how we look at others and how we can help each other grow to be more like Jesus.
Relationships are hard, but they are a mess worth making. Today, Jesus will teach us about to be salt and light in our world and in our relationships.
Love and sex can be a wonderful part of God’s creation. It can also cause some of the greatest damage to people. Today, Jesus will show us how to live for Jesus in this area of our lives.
Have you ever thought about why relationships break down? Or have you ever thought about how broken relationships could be mended and restored? Well in today’s talk we are going to hear how Jesus pursues the restoration and transformation of our broken relationship with God and he does it in an unexpected and upside down […]
How does the Christian relate to the world? Does it even matter? To Jesus it most certainly did. When he uses the metaphors of salt and light, he affirms that we are ordinary, but also that we are to be very useful in the world.
How we live in relationship to others says a lot about whether we value the same things Jesus values. In the Kingdom of God, we are blessed when we are blessing others.
What is the good life? Your answer to that question says a lot about what your desire most. As Jesus starts the Sermon on the Mount, he challenges worldly desires and calls us to desire something greater.