Sermon on the Mount - Precepts for Life Printed Study Guide (black and white)- a study guide to the radio / tv broadcast series by Kay Arthur. Early in His ministry Jesus passed through the region of Galilee teaching in synagogues, preaching “the gospel of the kingdom,” and healing every kind of sickness. As news of these miracles spread rapidly to several other regions, people brought their desperately sick relatives and friends to Him. When He healed all of them, a huge crowd began to follow Him.
At a strategic point, He headed up a mountain overlooking the Sea of Galilee to teach them what has become known as the “Sermon on the Mount.”
Now what exactly did He say that was so important to such a vast audience and to us today?
You’ll discover in these ten programs:
- Who the religious authorities in His day were
- Why you should choose Jesus to be your authority
- How “sons of God” live in our age of darkness—what they value, how they think, and what they do.
- What God has planned for His sons both in this life and in the next
Throughout this Sermon Jesus presses the point that His Father is creating a kingdom of sons of light to invade, lighten, and conquer darkness for all eternity.
Join us in this exciting study to learn all it means to be a son of God, to be all in for God “so that you may be sons of your Father in heaven.”
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