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Questions on The Sermon on the Mount – Matthew 7:1-19

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The Sermon on the Mount Matthew Chapter 7 Matthew 7:1-29 Hypothesis: Our piety bridges the requirements of God’s law and human practice.I. Judging Others (7:1-5)1. Verse 1, “Do not judge, so that you may not be judged.” is one of the best known and probably most misunderstood verses in the Bible. What do you think […]

The Sermon on the Mount –

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The Sermon on the Mount: Matthew 6:19-34 Based on Making Sense of the Sermon on the Mount John Y. H. Yieh Hypothesis: Our piety bridges the requirements of God’s law and human practice.I. Possessions and Trust (Matt. 6:19-34)1. Yieh asks “How do we [Christians] respond to these two sayings?” [“Do not store up for yourselves […]

Reflection questions for Matthew 6:19-34

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The Sermon on the MountMatthew Chapter 6Matthew 6:19-34 Hypothesis: Our piety bridges the requirements of God’s law and human practice. Teaching about Money and Possessions (Matt. 6:19-24)1. How might this passage address the age-old issue of discipleship in the secular world?2. How does this passage amplify the dual functions of God’s law: (1) exposing sin […]

Reflection Questions for Matthew 6:1-18

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The Sermon on the MountMatthew Chapter 6Matthew 6:1-18 Hypothesis: Our piety bridges the requirements of God’s law and human practice.I. Teaching about Almsgiving (Matt. 6:1-4)1. What do you think is the principal being described by Jesus in these verses? Or, what warning is Jesus issuing to those who choose to follow him?2. What is Jesus’ […]

Reflection questions for Matthew 5:13-48: The Antitheses

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The Sermon on the MountAntithesesMatthew 5:13-48 Hypothesis: The sermon on the mount can be considered a description of the covenant between the faithful and God through the life and ministry of Jesus. Salt and Light (Matt. 5:13-16): an implication of community1. What part of the community’s relationship with God and itself do you think Jesus […]