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The Sermon On The Mount by John Wesley
John Wesley wrote this series of sermon commentaries to help people understand Jesus' Sermon on the Mount. It took him over 15 years to complete this important work. Over time changes within the English language caused some of these writings to be very difficult for the average person to read and were really only suited for the most dedicated theologian. through careful and sensitive editing Claire Weakley, Jr. has brought these sermons back to life for every reader in the modern world to be able to enjoy and understand Wesley's insights and teachings regarding the Sermon on the Mount.
Sermon On The Mount by Charles Quarles
A new commentary on Matthew 5-7 that seeks to determine whether or not a follower of Jesus can really live by His words from the Sermon on the Mount today.
The Sermon On The Mount by Roland H. Worth
Roland Worth's study of Jesus' Sermon on the Mount traces the roots of Jesus' teaching to the precepts of the Torah and Prophets. This is a comprehensive work for those who seek a deeper knowledge of the Bible.
Sermon On The Mount by Scot McKnight
Emphasizing the historical distance between the New Testament and our contemporary culture, The Sermon on the Mount by Scot McKnight, part of the new The Story of God Bible Commentary series, offers helpful contextual insights for those seeking to discern how to live out the Bible in today’s world. Perfect for pastors, students, Sunday school teachers, and lay people alike, this highly anticipated series provides a clear and compelling exposition of the text in the context of the Bible’s overarching story. The authors move away from “application” language, which has been criticized as being too simplistic, encouraging instead a wider perspective and discussion of how the biblical story can be lived today. Offering a new type of application commentary for today’s context, the Story of God Bible Commentary series explains and illuminates Scripture as God’s Story, with each New Testament text examined as embedded in its canonical and historical setting, in order to foster discernment in living the story faithfully and creatively with and for the Church in the 21st Century.
The Sermon On The Mount by Jan Wells
The Sermon On The Mount by W. D. Davies
Professor Davies here discusses the Sermon in five settings: in the setting of how Matthew intended it to be understood; in the setting of Jewish Messianic expectation; in the setting of contemporary Judaism; in the setting of the early church; and in the setting of the ministry of Jesus.
The Sermon On The Mount by Carl G. Vaught
A theological attempt to explore some of the ways in which perfection can be achieved.
The Sermon On The Mount by Clarence Bauman
Sermon On The Mount by Brad Price
The Sermon on the Mount helps show what it means to become a “new creature in Christ” (2 Cor. 5:17). A secular illustration for this new life, which is included in this book, is found in an African story entitled “The Dirty Basket.” According to this tale, a young man became a Christian but soon learned he was still subject to strong temptations. One day this recent convert went to his grandfather to discuss his many failings. The grandfather suggested his grandson take a basket to the river and get some drinking water. The grandson looked at the basket and said it was dirty. The holes in this basket would prevent him from bringing back much water. The grandfather insisted his relative do as he had asked. The young man made six attempts to bring back water in this filthy basket and each time he failed. After returning to his grandpa and complaining about the basket, the grandfather pointed out how clean the basket had become. Also, the reeds from which the basket was made had swelled from all the water. The Sermon on the Mount helps dirty and unholy people “keep putting water in the basket” to conform more and more to the image of Christ.