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  • Pulling Against God Part 2 Series

    Contributed by Rodney Johnson on Oct 6, 2007

    Part 2 of the series. Focuses on Anger and Adultery from the Sermon on the Mount.

    Pulling Against God Part 2 Scriptures: Matthew 5: 3-30; Hebrews 4:13 Introduction In part 1 of this series, I asked the question of whether or not we were pulling against God. I told you last week that this could take on two different forms: the first was when God was trying to lead us more

  • Quest For Perfection, Part 1 Series

    Contributed by Jim Drake on Apr 9, 2007
    based on 7 ratings

    All parts of the law which have not been fulfilled are as equally binding and applicable today as they were for the nation of Israel. The law was never meant to save—it was meant to be a schoolmaster, showing people their ineptitude before a holy God. T

    1. The first lesson is the presence of the law fulfilled (5:17-18) 2. The second lesson is the consequence of the law fulfilled (5:19) 3. The third lesson is the requirement of the law fulfilled (5:20) 4. The fourth lesson is the impossibility of the law fulfilled (5:48) Yesterday morning, we more

  • A Real Respect For Life Series

    Contributed by Jason Pettibone on Nov 2, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    Jesus challenges us to raise the level of our respect for others beyond merely avoiding murder.

    A Real Respect For Life “What does God expect of me?” “How do I, as a follower of Jesus, live in a way that reflects His Lordship in my daily decisions?” Those are the questions that shape the Sermon on the Mount, which we read in Matthew. I am leading you through this amazing part of the more

  • Playing The Fool

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Feb 5, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Sarcasm betrays anger at ourselves or at others, but we cannot let it fester. We need to come to the Cross, where there is reconciliation.

    Words have power. The things we say to one another have power. Kids may deal with smart-mouths in the schoolyard by chanting, "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me." But that’s rubbish! Don’t you believe it? Names do hurt. Words hurt. The things we say to each other do more

  • Kingdom Relationships Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Sep 20, 2019
    based on 2 ratings

    In dealing with your anger, don’t commit murderous acts, don’t think murderous thoughts, and don’t speak murderous words. But if your anger has hurt someone, seek reconciliation and seek a resolution as soon as you can.

    Several years ago, the Arizona Republic carried a story about Steve Tran of Westminster, California. He activated 25 bug bombs in his apartment to get rid of some unwanted guests, the cockroaches that shared the space with him. He closed the door thinking he had seen the last of them. But when the more

  • The Sermon On The Mount (Part Eight) Series

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Oct 7, 2019

    As we continue our series, we come to the place where Jesus stresses the importance of dealing with our anger and mending relationships.

    THE SERMON ON THE MOUNT (part eight) Matthew 5:21-26 As we continue our series, we come to the place where Jesus stresses the importance of dealing with our anger and mending relationships. We’ve all been angry at someone. The question is-what has that anger produced? If we don’t properly deal more

  • Matthew 5 - Part 12 - Am I Going To Hell Just For Being Angry? Series

    Contributed by Ross Cochrane on Jan 1, 2010
    based on 11 ratings

    Jesus is talking to His disciples on the mountain and this is the leadership lesson!- Get mad at someone and curse him and you go to hell! Wooh! How do you feel with this encouraging word so far?

    Matthew 5 - Part 12 - AM I GOING TO HELL JUST FOR BEING ANGRY? I have always wondered about the statement Jesus makes in Matthew 5:21-26. There are some pretty strong statements made like... Murder someone and you’ll go to court but "if you are even angry with someone, you are subject to more

  • What Do You Do With Conflict?

    Contributed by Gregg Rustulka on Jun 7, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    Conflict in our lives enslave us and prevent us from staying focused on God’s plan for us daily ... so when it comes God shows us what to do with conflict.

    What Do You Do With Conflict? Scripture: Matt. 20:20-25a. Conflict is a matter of fact. It is something all people have experience in. Conflict is a reflexive response that occurs when someone says or does something that is not considered acceptable by another person’s more

  • Sixth Sunday In Ordinary Time - 6th Sunday, Year A

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Jan 20, 2020

    Jesus builds a shield around the law or Commandments in order to create more space and distance so that we won’t even bump up against the fence or sit on the fence, but rather keep a healthy distance.

    There was a large group of people. On one side of the group stood a man, Jesus. On the other side of the group stood Satan. Separating them, running through the group, was a fence. The scene set, both Jesus and Satan began calling to the people in the group and, one by one - each having made up more

  • Go Thy Way: The First Time Jesus Used This Phrase Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Spurlock on Feb 6, 2020

    Relationships matter. In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus had much to say about right relationships between His disciples, God--and each other. This is the first time Jesus used the phrase, "go thy way",

    Introduction: The Sermon on the Mount. How many of us love this passage of Scripture? Even though this was not the first message Jesus ever preached, He did preach it, and it was one of the longest messages anyone heard Him speak. He started this message with the Beatitudes, a series of sayings more

  • The Enemy Within: Anger Series

    Contributed by Charles Salmon on Jan 22, 2007
    based on 14 ratings

    A sermon on the danger of anger and how Jesus would have us handle anger.

    The Enemy Within: Anger. Matt. 5:21-24 INTRO.: Matt. 5:21-48 records a group of six sayings Bible scholars sometimes call the “antitheses” section of the Sermon on the Mount. They set Jesus’ teachings in contrast to the legalistic practices of the religious leaders. Each begins, “you have heard, more

  • Sin Begins In Our Heart

    Contributed by Timm Meyer on Feb 14, 2007
    based on 9 ratings

    Pentecost 6(A) - Sin begins in our heart. We learn that our heart harbors anger-hatred / murder. We also learn our heart harbors lust-coveting / adultery.

    SIN BEGINS IN OUR HEART (Outline) February 11, 2007 - EPIPHANY 6 - Matthew 5:20-30 * * * * * * * * * INTRO: In our politically correct, none offending society—sin is a word that is not to be used very often. At times in our enlightened society sin more

  • Understanding The Sin Of Anger Series

    Contributed by Richard White on Sep 7, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Parts of this sermon came from others. The idea is to understand the depth of sin in order to appreciate GRACE.

    Understanding the SIN of ANGER Matthew 5:21-22/Proverb 6:16ff Last week we discussed the sin of dissension. Like we discovered last week, it is not just the doing but even the thought of sin is just as guilty. In this passage, I want you to notice, that in this passage the Lord covers the more

  • Becoming A Person Of Great Character Series

    Contributed by James Chandler on Apr 5, 2007
    based on 8 ratings

    They say that the greatest, most impacting sermons are those that are not preached, but are lived. No one lived a better sermon than Jesus.

    They say that the greatest, most impacting sermons are those that are not preached, but are lived. No one lived a better sermon than Jesus. In Matthew 5, Jesus continues his Sermon on the Mount. Jesus teaches how to develop great character in your life. A. We must realize why we are more

  • Deep Love = High Impact Series

    Contributed by W F on Jul 30, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    When you live out the second greatest commandment, to love your neighbour, you will truly become a high impact believer and we will become a high impact church

    In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus gives us an equation for high impact living. And the equation is this: Deep love = High Impact Jesus teaches us that “When you live out the second greatest commandment, to love your neighbour, you will truly become a high impact believer and we will become a more