Sermons on Law
Matthew 7:12 Do unto others. everyone knows this verse. But what does it really mean?
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.
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?
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.
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?
Matthew 5:19 Are we free from the law, that is a question that need careful definition in its answer.
Matthew 5:17 Jesus denies any possibility that He doesn’t take the scriptures seriously, and goes further by claiming to be the very fulfillment of those scriptures.
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!
Gal. 5:1-3 Why would a believer ever go back to the law as his hope?