Summary: A Message to all

Mountain Climbing

Micah 4:2

Mount Calvary – Salvation Luke 23:33

· Felt the Betrayal of one of His Disciple’s

· Felt the Denial of one of his own

· Felt the Agony of Praying in the Garden alone

· Felt the Pain of a false trial Mark “False witnesses” before the Chief Priest

· Felt the Pain of being Blindfolded and the hit by the soldiers hands

· Felt the Pain of Being Scourged

· Felt the pain of being stripped

· Put a scarlet robe on him

· Platted a crown of thorns on his head

· Mocked him

· Spit upon him

· Took a reed and hit him over the Head

· Crucified Him

· Nailed him to the cross

· Parted his garments

· Cast lots for his garments

· Pilate mocked him

· Chief priest and the elders mocked him

· Felt that God had forsaken him

· Tried to give him vinegar to drink

· Tried to give him wine mingled with myrrh

· Pierced his side

* The view - A Sea full of sins that will not be remembered

- A New outlook on Life

Mountain range of Samaria – Witnessing John 4

Ja 5:20 “Let him know, that he which converteth the sinner from the error of his way shall save a soul from death, and shall hide a multitude of sins.”

Prov 11:30 “The fruit of the righteous is a tree of life; and he that winneth souls is wise.”

*The View – You will sinners once condemned to hell inherit a mansion in Glory

Mount Horeb – Find God’s calling for you Ex 3:1

Otherwise known as Sinai: The Ten commandments, Also you can see in Ex 19 where it looked like it was on Fire

*The View – A Life of Blessings that God has for you

*The View – See your church grow and prosper

Mountains near Capernaum – Bible Mt 5:3-7:27

Approx. 44 topic in his sermon

The ten major sections of the Sermon on the Mount are as follows:

1.The Beatitudes (5:3–12): The blessed rewards of living as citizens of Christ’s kingdom.

2.The lessons of salt and light (5:13–16): The effects of Christian living on the world.

3.True righteousness (5:17–48): The deeper meaning of the law of God.

4.Practice without hypocrisy (6:1–18): The right motives for giving, praying, and fasting.

5.The Christian’s concerns (6:19–34): Serving God with singleness of purpose and putting the concerns of His kingdom first are actions that free us from anxiety over lesser things.

6.Warning against judgment (7:1–6): The dangers of judging others harshly and carelessly.

7.Invitation to prayer (7:7–12): The blessings and privileges of prayer.

8.The two ways (7:13, 14): Choose the narrow way, not the broad way that leads to destruction.

9.A tree and its fruit (7:15–20): “By their fruits you will know them.”

10.The importance of deeds (7:21–29): To obey God is far better than talking about your obedience.

*The View – See a new view of life for Jesus

Mount of Olives – Humbleness Luke 22:39

*The View – You will see Jesus Increase in your Life

*The View – See Jesus Increase in your life

Mount Moriah – Sacrificial Gen 22:9

Sacrifice, Obedience, Faith

*The View – You will see yourself prosper for a change

Mount Nebo – Get a view of the Promised Land Deu 32:49

*The View – You will see the most unbelievable sight

A Great Light – Jesus

Walls – 1200 Miles wide, 1200 Miles high

216 Feet thick

12 Gates, 3 on each Side: Named with the 12 tribes of Israel

Each Gate was made of 1 Pearl

Jasper Foundation – 12 Foundations : 12 apostles of the Lamb

Jasper, Sapphire, Chalcedony, Emerald, Sardonyx, Sardius, Chrysolyte, Beryl

Topaz, Chrysoprasus, Jacinth, Amethyst

Streets – Pure Gold

Temple – No Temple for God & Jesus are the Temple

Lighting – No Sun nor Moon for Jesus was the Light

Who’s There – God, Jesus, Angel’s, Prophets, Saved People

Accessibility – The gates never close

Water source – A Crystal river

Food source – A Tree of life that bears 12 types of fruit

No More – Tears, Death, Sorrow, Pain