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The Scriptures teach that the joy of the Lord is our strength. This is a lesson which provides guidance on how we can experience the power of spiritual joy in our Christian lives.
Shared: 11/2/2002
Would Jesus have hired a lawyer to defend Himself? Would Jesus have put “hot button issue” bumper stickers on the back of His donkey? Would He have gotten in a heated political debate? Jesus is our Savior; who cares about rights?
Denomination: United Methodist
Scripture: Matthew 5:38-5:42
Shared: 4/30/2010
Some difficult-to-understand sayings of Jesus. Some important truths for us to apply.
Denomination: Assembly of God
Scripture: Matthew 5:38-5:42
Shared: 10/21/2005
The purpose of this sermon is to inspire the hearers to do as Christ did, when they are slapped with humiliation, and "turn the other cheek.".
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: John 18:19-18:24
Shared: 4/11/2009
Matthew 5:38-48 Loving my enemies
Series: Matthew
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Matthew 5:38-5:48
Shared: 11/24/2011
A look at the historical context of Jesus commands to turn the other cheek, give away your cloak and go the extra mile to see what they really mean.
Denomination: Holiness
Scripture: Matthew 5:38-5:48
Shared: 3/16/2004
The Sermon on the Mount is an invitation – to taste and see this God, to join his club and deepen his kind of life skills.
Denomination: Anglican
Scripture: Matthew 5:33-5:48
Shared: 3/14/2005
This is another popular spiritual urban legend. A Christian cannot defend himself since he has to turn the other cheek.
Denomination: Vineyard
Scripture: Matthew 5:38-5:39
Shared: 12/15/2009
We make Christ known by the way we respond to our adversaries.
Scripture: Matthew 5:38-5:42
Shared: 2/26/2011
verse by verse through Acts
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Acts 16:35-16:40
Shared: 1/14/2011