Monthly Archives: March 2012

SERMON ON THE MOUNT #9

BLESSED ARE THE PEACEMAKERS (Matthew 5:9) INTRODUCTION A. Our study of the Sermon on the Mount has focused so far upon the beatitudes 1. The beatitudes serve as an introduction to the Sermon on the Mount – it is a … Continue reading

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BLAME ME NOT

Written anonymously on the walls of a medieval castle were the following words: You call me Master and Obey me not. You call me Light and See me not. You call me Way and Walk me not. You call me … Continue reading

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SIMPLE TRUTH FOR MARRIAGE

Once upon a time there was a woman married to an annoying man. He would complain about everything. One day he went to the creek with his mule. He complained so much that the mule got annoyed and kicked him … Continue reading

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YOU HAVE TO USE IT

A preacher and a soap maker went for a walk together. The soap maker said, “What good is religion? Look at all the trouble and misery of the world!  Still there, even after years – thousands of years – of … Continue reading

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SERMON ON THE MOUNT #8

BLESSED ARE THE PURE IN HEART (Matthew 5:8) INTRODUCTION A. We continue our study of the beatitudes which serve to introduce the Sermon on the Mount by Jesus 1. Together, the beatitudes teach us about faith – how to have … Continue reading

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SEARCH THE SCRIPTURES

Recently in Traffic Court a man who received an expensive parking ticket testified that a uniformed Policeman had given his OK for the man to park there. The Judge asked the man if he would recognize the Officer if he … Continue reading

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A POWERFUL WEAPON

In an old Peanut cartoon, Lucy comes into the living room to find Linus in control of the TV. She demands he change the channel. “What makes you think you can walk right in here and take over?” asks Linus. … Continue reading

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