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The Sermon on the Mount in 28 Sermons

by Jason Wredberg



The Sermon on the Mount (Mt. 5-7) is not explaining the way into the Kingdom of God, but the way of his kingdom. It is a sermon for those who have already believed in Jesus—they are the blessed of the Beatitudes. If one is not careful, the Sermon on the Mount can be dismissed as altogether irrelevant, or it can be twisted into a system of ethical demands embraced by those who hope to earn their way into the kingdom. The Sermon on the Mount is a blueprint for how followers of Jesus can be in the world, but not of the world. It gives the church guidance as it navigates cultural confusion and social upheaval. The words of Jesus lead Christians toward a clear vision of what it means to be salt and light—to infiltrate the world with the love of Jesus and the transforming power of the gospel.


Series Title:


The King and His Kingdom


Sermons:


1. An Introduction to Matthew’s Gospel

2. Matthew 5:1-2, “Understanding the Kingdom”

3. Matthew 5:3-5, “The Blessing of Humility”

4. Matthew 5:6-8, “Seeing and Savoring Our All-Sufficient God”

5. Matthew 5:9-12, “Peacemaking, Persecution, and Joyful Perseverance”

6. Matthew 5:13-16, “Let it Shine: Salt, Light, and Gospel Engagement”

7. Matthew 5:17-20, “Jesus, the Greater Moses”

8. Matthew 5:21-26, “Moving Beyond Mere Obedience”

9. Matthew 5:27-30, “Fighting Lust and Finding Heaven”

10. Matthew 5:31-32, “Treasuring Marriage”

11. Matthew 5:33-37, “Speaking the Truth: A Hallmark of Genuine Christianity”

12. Matthew 5:38-42, “Embracing Humility and Generosity as a Way of Life”

13. Matthew 5:43-48, “A Christian Call to Action: Loving Your Enemies as an Act of Worship”

14. Matthew 6:1-4, “Getting to the Heart of Giving”

15. Matthew 6:5-8, “The Pride-Killing Joy of Private Prayer”

16. Matthew 6:9-15 (Pt. 1), “The Greatness of God as the Foundation and Fuel for Prayer”

17. Matthew 6:9-15 (Pt. 2), “Longing for the Kingdom of God”

18. Matthew 6:9-15 (Pt. 3), “God’s Unstoppable Kingdom”

19. Matthew 6:9-15 (Pt. 4), “Totally Dependent on God”

20. Matthew 6:16-18, “Desperate for God”

21. Matthew 6:19-24, “Jesus is Better”

22. Matthew 6:25-34, “The Antidote to Worry: Your Father Knows What You Need”

23. Matthew 7:1-6, “From Cancel Culture to Gospel Culture”

24. Matthew 7:7-11, “Lord, Grant What You Command”

25. Matthew 7:12, “God’s Grace and the Golden Rule”

26. Matthew 7:13-14, “Only Two Ways to Live”

27. Matthew 7:15-23, “False Teachers and Fake Faith”

28. Matthew 7:24-29, “Sturdy Christians and Strong Foundations”

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