Following Jesus, Year Two, Chapter 3: The Sermon On The Mount

Taught by: John Higgins
John Higgins
John Higgins
Follower of Jesus Christ and Pastor Under His Lordship

Came to Jesus in May of 1965 by reading a Gideon Bible, in a Motel room, in Arcadia California, on RT 66, while reading to disprove the authenticity of the Book.
After being radically saved by the power of His Holy Spirit, I spent the next three years and a half years studying His Word, the Bible.
Called of God, I became a missionary to the lost young people in the hippy movement that was sweeping America in the mid to late 60's.
Ten years and about 100,000 souls later, our calling came to Pastor in Tempe AZ, where we have spent the rest of our time ministering to anyone that had an ear to hear.
Most of my personal studies have revolved around Jesus, the man, the preacher, the miracle worker, the lover of God and His Creation and the Savior of all that would come to Him.
His death and resurrection give forgiveness and life to mankind and His life brings personal spiritual growth to all who will learn of Him.
Therefore, I put many years into developing a chronological study of His Life and Ministry.
We invite you to come and partake of this study. It is not exhaustive but just a start on the path.
Would love to answer any questions you have, that is, to the best of my ability.

Learning of Jesus and finding that rest for our souls

Chapter 3 - The Sermon On The Mount
Presentation 1 - The Sermon on The Mount - 1. The place and the audience... 2. The Beatitudes and Woes, the privileges of Messiah’s people. (Part 1 of 2)
Presentation 2 - 1. The Beatitudes and Woes, the privileges of Messiah’s people. (Part 2 of 2)
Presentation 3 - Jesus’ standard of righteousness verus that of the Scribes and Pharisees. (Part 1 of 3)
Presentation 4 - Jesus’ standard of righteousness versus with that of the Scribes and Pharisees. (Part 2 of 3)
Presentation 5 - Jesus’ standard of righteousness (Part 3 of 3)... 2. Jesus’ ethical teaching superior to both Old Testament and Oral Law. Six illustrations given: murder, adultery, divorce, oaths, retaliation, and love of enemies. (Part 1 of 4)
Presentation 6 - Jesus’ ethical teaching superior to both Old Testament and oral law. Six illustrations given: murder, adultery, divorce, oaths, retaliation, and love of enemies. (Part 2 of 4)
Presentation 7 - Jesus’ ethical teaching superior to both Old Testament and oral law. Six illustrations given: murder, adultery, divorce, oaths, retaliation, and love of enemies. (Part 3 of 4)
Presentation 8 - Jesus’ ethical teaching superior to both Old Testament and oral law. Six illustrations given: murder, adultery, divorce, oaths, retaliation, and love of enemies. (Part 4 of 4)
Presentation 9 - True Righteousness, versus hypocrisy of the Pharisees, in Almsgiving, Prayer and Fasting. (Part 1)
Presentation 10 - True Righteousness, versus hypocrisy of the Pharisees, in Almsgiving, Prayer and Fasting. (Part 2)
Presentation 11 - True Righteousness, versus hypocrisy of the Pharisees, in Almsgiving, Prayer and Fasting. (Part 3) - Single-hearted devotion to God, versus worldly treasure.
Presentation 12 - Single-hearted devotion to God, versus worldly treasure. (cont’d)
Presentation 13 - Judgement and criticism of others.
Presentation 14 - Prayer and the Golden Rule.
Presentation 15 - Parables that illustrate the lessons of personal righteousness as Jesus concludes His sermon. (Part 1)
Presentation 16 - Parables that illustrate the lessons of personal righteousness as Jesus concludes His sermon. (Part 2).
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