What has been labeled "The Sermon on the Mount," Known more generally from Matthew, chapters 5 through 7, has been the topic of many a sermon and the challenge of many a private study. Perhaps the part that is more widely known comes from Matthew 5:3-11, commonly referred to as "The Beatitudes," meaning "supreme blessedness or happiness." One could spend a lifetime on the great thoughts contained in these few verses and never exhaust their depth and meaning. Twelve lessons gleaned from the Sermon on the Mount:
Some Reasons Why Jesus Came
Who Can Enter the Kingdom?
No Man Can Serve Two Masters
Ask, Seek, and Knock
The Righteousness of the Scribes and Pharisees
The Twos of the Sermon on the Mount
Judge Not That Ye Be Not Judged
Dealing with Anger
A Lesson for "Worrywarts"
The Prayer That Jesus Taught His Disciples
A Warning Against Being Deceived.