Sermons on Law

Sermons on Law

Kingdom Citizen’s Rights

Matthew 5:38-42 A refresher on Matthew 5 and a continuation is our study of the Sermon on the Mount. The law must be rightly understood and applied to the believer’s life. The law is principally about love.

The Lustful Look

Matthew 5:27-30 How do we rightly interpret the law, and more how do we rightly apply the law to the life lived in grace?

Applying the Law

Matthew 5:21-26 Murder? What constitutes as breaking this law of God? Is it merely the act of caring out the deed? Jesus instructs on a proper view.

Unless Your Righteousness Exceeds the Pharisees’

Matthew 5:20 If we are not to relax even the least of the commandments, then what about the fourth commandment? Are we guilty of this? I mean if our righteousness is to exceed the Pharisees and the scribes righteousness, didn’t they take the Sabbath really seriously? What does this mean?

Let No One Disqualify You!

Colossians 2:16-23 Now that you have Christ, what do you need to do to ensure that your salvation is complete? Do you need to be more humble? Do you need to keep a list of religious rules or traditions? Do you need to increase your level of self denial? Paul answers these questions resoundingly: NO, let no one judge you, let no one disqualify you, insisting on anything but Christ!
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