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Matthew 5 - NIV

13 “You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again? It is no longer good for anything, except to be thrown out and trampled underfoot.

Sermons on Matthew 5 More sermons: Matthew 5

Mark Aarssen avatar
The Salt and Light Shaker
Shared by: Mark Aarssen on Feb, 2017
Summary: We are entrusted with the light of God’s truth, that truth is our Savior Jesus Christ. It behoves us to reach ever higher to come together in ever larger numbers so that the light of our individual candles becomes a beacon that penetrates the darkness
I. G. Spong avatar
Is the Law Still Valid?
Shared by: I. G. Spong on Feb, 2017
Summary: Jesus discusses salt, light and law
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-20
Denomination: United Methodist
Views: 8
Kerry Haynes avatar
Making a Lasting Impact
Shared by: Kerry Haynes on Feb, 2017
Summary: Jesus calls us to be salt and light. A watching world needs to "taste the Lord and see that he is good." People need our preserving influence, and they need to see the light of Christ shine through us. You may be the only Bible some will ever read.
Gerald Roberts avatar
"How Can WE Suceed "
Shared by: Gerald Roberts on Feb, 2017
Summary: The sermon touches on how our success as believers can exceed that of the Pharisees.
Paul Andrew avatar
Shared by: Paul Andrew on Feb, 2017
Summary: “Ustedes son la sal de la tierra”
Denomination: Catholic
Views: 0
Paul Andrew avatar
You are the salt of the earth
Shared by: Paul Andrew on Feb, 2017
Summary: You are the salt of the earth
Denomination: Catholic
Views: 14
Matthew  Blau avatar
Go Team
Shared by: Matthew Blau on Jan, 2017
Summary: The Stakes are High our team needs to give our very best
based on 4 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-20
Denomination: Methodist
Views: 226
J Jeffrey  Smead avatar
Poking Holes in the Darkness / Salt & Light
Shared by: J Jeffrey Smead on Jan, 2017
Summary: A Secret discipleship does not exist in God's kingdom. Either secrecy destroys discipleship, or discipleship destroys secrecy. Salt in a shaker or a light hidden makes no impact. You are called to poke holes in the darkness. (5 additional illustrations)
based on 31 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-20
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 671
Ernie Arnold avatar
Jesus Salt!
Shared by: Ernie Arnold on Jan, 2017
Summary: Jesus affirms his disciples by sharing that they are the salt of the World. I. Like Salt we are to be Stable and Consistent II. Like salt we are to be Essential and Indispensible III. Jesus wants us to be Salt that is bursting with Spiritual flavor
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-17
Denomination: *other
Views: 62
Paul Andrew avatar
Shared by: Paul Andrew on Dec, 2016
Summary: Salt of the earth (Matt. 5:13) has become proverbial.
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-16
Denomination: Catholic
Views: 33
Rick Boyne avatar
Lightly Salted
Shared by: Rick Boyne on Nov, 2016
Summary: We must engage our culture as a witness for Jesus Christ.
based on 3 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-16
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 283
John Gaston avatar
Shared by: John Gaston on Jul, 2016
Summary: Our response to criticism by the world is to withdraw into our Christian subculture: Christian radio, colleges, books, TV, church, etc. Jesus tells us we must be the Salt of the Earth. What does that mean?
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Matthew 5:13
Denomination: Assembly Of God
Views: 662
Dennis Lee avatar
Salt and Light
Shared by: Dennis Lee on Jun, 2016
Summary: "Salt and Light" is a part of the Sermon on the Mount series. We look at both the qualities of being salt (creates thirst, a seasoning, part of the sacrifice, and preservative), and light (exposes and guides).
based on 2 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-16
Denomination: Foursquare
Views: 596
David Owens avatar
The Influence of a Servant
Shared by: David Owens on Mar, 2016
Summary: In this sermon on the influence of a servant, we examine Jesus' illustrations of salt and light from the Sermon on the Mount. I also continue to rely on Swindoll's book, Improving Your Serve.
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-16
Views: 633
Leighton (Lee) Vary avatar
The Sermon on the mount - Salt
Shared by: Leighton (Lee) Vary on Mar, 2016
Summary: The qualities of Salt
Scripture: Matthew 5:13
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 325
Kenneth Sowers avatar
Tangible Kingdom - Obstacles
Shared by: Kenneth Sowers on Feb, 2016
Summary: from Hugh Halter's work on incarnational living
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-16
Views: 376
Davon Huss avatar
Moving Out and Welcoming In
Shared by: Davon Huss on Feb, 2016
Summary: Let's talk about being salt and light (Material adapted from Timothy Lane and Paul Tripp's book, Relationships: A Mess Worth Making, chapter 15, pg. 167- 177)
Charl Swart avatar
Salt & Light
Shared by: Charl Swart on Feb, 2016
Summary: Jesus said that we are the salt of the earth and the light for the world. He compared our relationship to the world with salt and light. What does this mean? Why does Jesus compare us to salt and light? What is the significance related to this?
john dixon avatar
Discovering a Biblical Worldview
Shared by: john dixon on Feb, 2016
Summary: The Christian Worldview has permeated all of Western Civilization. The impact of Christian thought is the source of the freedoms that we enjoy. To separate Biblical truth from our society is to doom our culture to self-destruction.
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-20
Denomination: Christian Church
Views: 206
Robert D. Gordon, Jr. avatar
Let Your Light Shine
Shared by: Robert D. Gordon, Jr. on Feb, 2016
Summary: Matthew 5: 13-16
J Jeffrey  Smead avatar
The Mirror
Shared by: J Jeffrey Smead on Feb, 2016
Summary: If we want to know who we really are, what mirror should we look in? We need, we must yield to God's Word to God's will and allow him to mold us into the image the reflection, the image of His son.
John Ong avatar
The Work Field
Shared by: John Ong on Nov, 2015
Summary: For most of us, the easiest way to create a happy life is by simply living according to how we want it to be. There are too many obstacles life and we simply want to choose the shortcuts.
Clair Sauer avatar
Outside the Box
Shared by: Clair Sauer on Sep, 2015
Summary: We love to come to church, to sit in this wonderful place, to bask in God’s special presence here. But Christ calls us beyond these walls. This place is not the destination of our spiritual life, but the launching point for our work in God’s Kingdom.
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-16
Denomination: United Methodist
Views: 1,173
Russ Barksdale avatar
Your Life Matters
Shared by: Russ Barksdale on Jul, 2015
Summary: Christ came and Easter occurred because our lives matter to Him
Series: Perspectives
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-20
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 748
Davon Huss avatar
Are You Worth Your Salt?
Shared by: Davon Huss on Jun, 2015
Summary: 3 ways that a Christian can lose their saltiness (Outline and material adapted from Yves I-Bing Cheng at: http://www.meetingwithchrist.com/E023%20You%20are%20the%20salt%20of%20the%20earth%20(2)%20-%20Mt%205(13).htm)
Davon Huss avatar
Impacting Our World
Shared by: Davon Huss on Jun, 2015
Summary: HP (High Potency) + CP (Close Proximity) + CC (Clear Communication) = MI (Maximum Impact) (Outline and material taken from Bill Hybells & Mark Mittelberg's book, Becoming a Contagious Christian)
Tim Smith avatar
Shared by: Tim Smith on May, 2015
Summary: In our Scripture today, Jesus is saying that as the salt of the earth, and the light of the world, how we live and what we do is supposed to somehow draw those who are far from God to Jesus. We do this by sharing our faith
Series: CSI:Church
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-15
Denomination: Methodist
Views: 865
Dr. William D.  Poovey avatar
Turn On The Light
Shared by: Dr. William D. Poovey on Apr, 2015
Summary: The world won’t know that Jesus is Lord of your life, till they see how you conduct your life.
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-16
Denomination: Foursquare
Views: 349
Perry Greene avatar
Shaking Things Up
Shared by: Perry Greene on Apr, 2015
Summary: Salt is a symbol of permanence as well as a reminder of purity, preservation, health and even destruction. These are things that we are called to be and do as followers of the Leader.
J Jeffrey  Smead avatar
You "Are" The Salt You "Are" The Light (Short Homily)
Shared by: J Jeffrey Smead on Mar, 2015
Summary: You "Are" The Salt You "Are" The Light! It does not state you could be the Salt or the light. It does not say you should be the salt and the light. It says you "are". It is a promise!