Sermon on the Mount

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The Sermon on the Mount is perhaps the best-known sermon ever preached. In this twelve-part series, popular theologian and author Sinclair Ferguson carefully walks through Jesus Christ's famous words to help us understand their meaning for humanity today.

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Ultimate Choices
12. Ultimate Choices
 
Jesus closes the Sermon on the Mount by revealing that He is the only way and our sure foundation. In the final part of this series, Sinclair Ferguson teaches on how judgment has eternal significance and is essential when determining which way to go, from whom to learn, and on what to build our lives.
Condemnation and Discernment
11. Condemnation and Discernment
 
"Judge not, that you be not judged" is the most misunderstood teaching from the Sermon on the Mount. In the eleventh part of this series, Sinclair Ferguson clarifies what Jesus truly meant within the greater context of applying the wisdom of God to our lives.
The Cure for Our Anxiety
10. The Cure for Our Anxiety
 
Our understanding of God, or the lack thereof, can be either the cause or the cure for our anxiety. In the tenth part of this series, Sinclair Ferguson expands on the illustrations that Jesus uses to teach about the gospel cure for our anxiety-knowing our Father.
The Lord's Prayer
9. The Lord's Prayer
 
The Lord's Prayer is the pattern for prayer and the pattern for life. In the ninth part of this series, Sinclair Ferguson teaches us how the Lord's Prayer helps us to live in the presence of God so that we would seek His glory and trust Him in all our needs.
Knowing God as Father
8. Knowing God as Father
 
The essence of knowing God as Father manifests itself in prayer through our identity in Jesus Christ. In the eighth part of this series, Sinclair Ferguson introduces the Lord's Prayer by describing how Jesus changes the way we come to our heavenly Father.
Scribes, Pharisees, Hypocrites
7. Scribes, Pharisees, Hypocrites
 
Disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ live in marked contrast from the Pharisees. True righteousness is for God's glory, not our own. In the seventh part of this series, Sinclair Ferguson explains how knowing God as Father is the essential remedy for pharisaical hypocrisy.
Love Your Enemies
6. Love Your Enemies
 
We are called to love our enemies in such a way that we point to the love of our Savior. In the sixth part of this series, Sinclair Ferguson expands on how Jesus has taught us to love our enemies as the children of a generous heavenly Father.
Living the Reconciled Life
5. Living the Reconciled Life
 
The reconciliation that we have with God through Jesus Christ changes the way we live in the world and in eternity. In the fifth part of this series, Sinclair Ferguson explains the illustrations that Jesus uses to teach us how to live a life that always points to Him.
The Meaning of the Law
4. The Meaning of the Law
 
The scribes and Pharisees attempted to make God's law easier by adding to it. In the fourth part of this series, Sinclair Ferguson explains how Christ corrected their misinterpretations of God's law and emphasized the Christian life as one shaped by reconciliation and the gospel.
The Fulfillment of the Law
3. The Fulfillment of the Law
 
Jesus Christ came to fulfill the law of God and enable us to keep it. In the third part of this series, Sinclair Ferguson covers the ways in which Jesus has fulfilled the law and the ways in which He taught His disciples to live by it.
The Beatitudes
2. The Beatitudes
 
Jesus begins the Sermon on the Mount by defining the transformed life. In the second part of this series, Sinclair Ferguson describes the personal characteristics of the Christian and how others will be able to recognize Jesus Christ through them.
Life in the Kingdom
1. Life in the Kingdom
 
Jesus Christ preached with the authority of the promised coming King. In the first part of this series, Sinclair Ferguson places the Sermon on the Mount in the context of Matthew's Gospel and summarizes its content and implications.
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The Sermon on the Mount is perhaps the best-known sermon ever preached. In this twelve-part series, popular theologian and author Sinclair Ferguson carefully walks through Jesus Christ's famous words to help us understand their meaning for humanity today.