Living Jesus' way - the sermon on the mount
Matthew 7:24-28, preacher Mandy Gilbart Smith. What are we building on?
Matthew 7:13-23, preacher Keith Tarring. It’s not about what we say, but what we do.
Matthew 7:7-12, preacher Graham Seed. We’ll be taking these verses as well as referring back to 6:5-15 as we explore the area of prayer.
Matthew 7:1-7. preacher Keith Tarring. It’s easy to spot the faults in others whilst ignoring our own flaws. But don’t we need to be discerning to avoid sin creeping into the church?
Matthew 6:19-34, preacher Mandy Gilbart Smith Jesus had a lot to say about money – but what does it mean to store up treasure in heaven?
Matthew 6:1-18, preacher Keith Tarring. These were three areas of religious life that were very important to those around Jesus. But what does he have to say? Whatever we do as we work out our faith – what is our motive? (Note that we will be looking at praying again on 13 March).
Matthew 5:38-48, preacher Mandy Gilbart Smith. How does Jesus expect us to deal with those difficult people who cross our path?
Matthew 5:27-37, preacher Keith Tarring. These verses enter into the area of sexual ethics and the question of marriage. What was the culture of the day and what did Jesus have to say?
Matthew 5:17-26, preacher David Newton. Often we want to know the ‘letter of the law’ so that we can get away as little (or as much) as we can without actually crossing the line. It is a fundamental error to understand God’s law that way.
Matthew 5:1-16, preacher Graham Seed: The Sermon on the Mount begins with the Beatitudes – a list of those who are blessed. It turns out that in the Kingdom of God those who are blessed are a very different crowd to what we probably normally mean by ‘the blessed’.