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The Sermon on the Mount


Who is this Man?

by David Robinson

July 31, 2011 | Matthew 7:28-8:27

We're not strong enough to hold onto the cross in the storms of life; the gospel is that Jesus is holding on to me.


Founded on the Rock

by David Robinson

July 24, 2011 | Matthew 7:24-27

Obedience doesn't always manifest itself in obvious ways, and so the counterfeit Christian may easily pretend to be real.


False Peace

by Scott Masson

July 17, 2011 | Matthew 7:21-23

It is a false peace when the word of the Lord is not bringing us to a genuine peace with God.


Fruit Inspectors

by Michael Boot

July 10, 2011 | Matthew 7:15-20

There is earthly wisdom growing in bitter envy and strife, and there's heavenly wisdom, pure, peace-loving, submissive, full of good fruit, compassionate and sincere.


The Golden Rule

by David Robinson

July 3, 2011 | Matthew 7:12-14

The golden rule is in fact unique to Christianity, given the theological and moral framework of the Bible which defines its parameters.


Asking and Receiving

by Joe Boot

June 26, 2011 | Matthew 7:7-11

Coming under God's fatherhood, we have the right of petition, and all necessary gifts He will grant.


Judging Others

by Joe Boot

June 19, 2011 | Matthew 7:1-6

To judge others by human standards is both hypocritical and self-blinding. Whoever judges by the word of God begins his censure with himself.



by David Robinson

June 12, 2011 | Matthew 6:25-34

We're to do what God has called us to do and God will be faithful to provide.


Lamps, Masters and Money

by Joe Boot

June 5, 2011 | Matthew 6:22-24

A healthy mind and heart is governed by God and His Word. It’s full of light, right thinking, and righteousness.


Treasure in Heaven

by Joe Boot

May 15, 2011 | Matthew 6:16-21

Many Christians have a false and misguided vision of escape from the world and its activities. On the other hand, Christians easily become consumed by the concerns and pursuits of the world.


Deliver us from Evil

by Joe Boot

May 8, 2011 | Matthew 6:13

Moral evil is defined by modern humanists not as an offense against God’s order, but as things which are harmful or unpleasant.


Forgive Us Our Debts

by Joe Boot

May 1, 2011 | Matthew 6:12

This petition is a Jubilee prayer. In the Old Testament, God set aside the seventh year and the fiftieth year for the cancellation or forgiveness of debts, and the release of slaves.