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The Sermon on the Mount

The Sermon on the Mount

May 2013

Jesus' longest recorded sermon was His clarion call to true discipleship. Every word - along with every action Jesus makes is an invaluable resource of understanding into the nature and character of God, as well as His beckoning heart for us to truly climb the mountain of God. Our journey is a long obedience, but the focus is higher heights and deeper depths in the knowledge of God. This teaching series combines various classes taught on the Sermon on the Mount at the International House of Prayer University in Kansas City, MO.

Sermons in this series
Wed, May 22, 2013
As we approach the Sermon on the Mount message, we place ourselves in the disciples' shoes, asking - why did Jesus lead people the way He did? Why did He always speak in parables? The answer is not what we'd expect, and challenges the very notion of what it means to "follow" Him.
Tue, May 21, 2013
Five times in the Book of Matthew Jesus is seen going up a mountain. What is Matthew trying to portray, and how does this effect our journey "up the mountain" into the life of God presented in the Sermon? A look into true discipleship, and a call to return to it in our time.
Mon, May 20, 2013
As we continue looking into the divine nature, we must see God's power is made perfect in our weakness. Nothing less than a recovery of the Apostolic Gospel of Christ in us will be sufficient.
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