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Colossians 3 is all about heaven in and culture out, beginning with our minds and moving to marriage. We, believers, want marriages that are not based on culture’s roller coaster of concepts about marriage; we want Scripture’s timeless truths about how God designed men and women to partner in this wonderful ride called marriage.…
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Colossians 3 is all about heaven in and culture out, beginning with our minds and moving to marriage. We, believers, want marriages that are not based on culture's roller coaster of concepts about marriage; we want Scripture's timeless truths about how God designed men and women to partner in this wonderful ride called marriage.…
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Colossians 3 contrasts the old way of living with its vices and sins and a Kingdom way. It commands the believer to put off that way of living and gives a detailed portrait. Next, we are reminded of who we are in Christ and then given the Kingdom style that matches “the who” we have become.Oleh Matt Heverly
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Jesus concludes His masterful sermon with a blue collar analogy. Two builders with similar blueprints, materials, methods and effort have drastically different endings because of their choice in foundation. Jesus’ conclusion is simple. The two builders are listeners and the all-important foundation is what they do with Jesus’ words.…
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Jesus finishes the Sermon on the Mount with some twos: two paths: two types of leaders, two trees, two types of followers, and two builders. Each of them targets a tendency in the Christian walk and the church community. Jesus warns that there will be church people attempting to enter the Kingdom who He tells to depart from Him in, perhaps, His sca…
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Jesus tells his disciples to ask, seek, and knock; they will receive, find, and open doors. The statement is unconditional and extends to everyone. Does this mean we can demand that God give us whatever we want? Or find anything that our heart desires? Or force open every door we encounter? Context is king, and Jesus’ sermon interprets this stateme…
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Christians are often accused of being judgmental. A favorite retort is to quote Matthew 7:1, saying, “Don’t Judge me!” While there is a partial truth to this response, it must be understood in the context of all that Jesus says. In this section, we get a balanced way to stop condemning through judgment, restore instead, heal, and discern when to sp…
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Jesus’ sermon is pointing believers toward a way of living that prioritizes being rather than looking and the beatitudes over being comfortable. His perspective produces a kind of life that culminates in Matthew 6:25, “be anxious for nothing”. It is this quality of life that humans resonate with and our current culture wars against.…
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