I am thankful for the Sermon on the Mount.

Though there are many sermons, speeches and religious discourses transcribed in the Holy Bible, the Sermon on the Mount stands highest among them. Though the Lord taught many things, the three-chapter sermon that encompasses Matthew 5-7 is arguably His greatest lesson. So many of the most famous “sayings” of Jesus are found within: The beatitudes, the salt and light analogy, the “golden rule,” the “model prayer” and the story of the wise man who built his house on a rock. Not only that, but the sermon contains great discussion on how to live with our fellow man, how to live with ourselves and how to live with God. It is, simply put, a masterpiece from the master preacher.

It is also our sermon this Sunday at Guy. Come hear it for yourself!