Dig through the Sermon-topics page for personal study and growth. There are different indexes to sort and search by topic, series, date, and preacher. (Also accessible under LINKS). For the complete archive on the old sermon site, click HERE.
Matthew 5:13-16 — Jesus provides three metaphors/images for understanding “blessed to be a blessing.”
Matthew 5.10-12 – How are those who are persecuted for doing what God says is right to be blessed?
Matthew 5:9 – God not only desires for us to be pure and holy, but also to make peace and extend mercy.
Matthew 5:8 — Jesus commends the process and pursuit of purity (holiness) as one of the attributes of the Heavenly Father.
Matthew 5:7 — God blesses those who are merciful with mercy.
Matthew 5:6 — God blesses and truly satisfies those who listen and obey what He says is right.
Matthew 5:5 — If we serve God and others we will experience the blessing of participating in God’s restoration of humanity and Creation.
Matthew 5:5 — We look at how bringing our grief to God through mourning/lament results in the blessing of God’s comfort (and more).
Matthew 5:1-3 — Jesus teaches that wealth, status, and righteousness do not earn a place in the Kingdom; rather, it is God’s gift.
Matthew 5:1-12 — Jesus teaches his followers how to recognize and share blessing in the world.