The Sermon on the Mount, Matthew 7:1-29

Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, recorded for us in Matthew 5-7, is perhaps his most well-known unit of teaching. While not comprehensive, it does represent Jesus’ teaching in relation to the Law of Moses: he upholds it, applies it, and fulfils it. In this series of devotionals, Ness Hughes invites us to reflect on the Sermon on the Mount.

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The Sermon on the Mount, Matthew 6:19-34

Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, recorded for us in Matthew 5-7, is perhaps his most well-known unit of teaching. While not comprehensive, it does represent Jesus’ teaching in relation to the Law of Moses: he upholds it, applies it, and fulfils it. In this series of devotionals, Ness Hughes invites us to reflect on the Sermon on the Mount.

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The Sermon on the Mount, Matthew 6:1-18

Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, recorded for us in Matthew 5-7, is perhaps his most well-known unit of teaching. While not comprehensive, it does represent Jesus’ teaching in relation to the Law of Moses: he upholds it, applies it, and fulfils it. In this series of devotionals, Ness Hughes invites us to reflect on the Sermon on the Mount.

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The Sermon on the Mount, Matthew 5:17-46

Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, recorded for us in Matthew 5-7, is perhaps his most well-known unit of teaching. While not comprehensive, it does represent Jesus’ teaching in relation to the Law of Moses: he upholds it, applies it, and fulfils it. In this series of devotionals, Ness Hughes invites us to reflect on the Sermon on the Mount.

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The Sermon on the Mount, Matthew 5:1-16

Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, recorded for us in Matthew 5-7, is perhaps his most well-known unit of teaching. While not comprehensive, it does represent Jesus’ teaching in relation to the Law of Moses: he upholds it, applies it, and fulfils it. In this series of devotionals, Ness Hughes invites us to reflect on the Sermon on the Mount.

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Jesus’ arrest and trial, part 6. Luke 23:26-31

Daily Devotions

Having completed his last supper with his disciples, Jesus now begins a journey that takes him to the cross. He is arrested and tried and sentenced to death. Throughout, the details of the narrative continue to reveal Jesus’ character and purpose, his redemptive love and his human vulnerability. This passion narrative is not merely a description of the act of salvation, but also an intensive in Christian formation for disciples of Jesus.

Jesus’ arrest and trial, part 5. Luke 23:13-25

Daily Devotions

Having completed his last supper with his disciples, Jesus now begins a journey that takes him to the cross. He is arrested and tried and sentenced to death. Throughout, the details of the narrative continue to reveal Jesus’ character and purpose, his redemptive love and his human vulnerability. This passion narrative is not merely a description of the act of salvation, but also an intensive in Christian formation for disciples of Jesus.

Jesus’ arrest and trial, part 3. Matthew 26:57-68

Daily Devotions

Having completed his last supper with his disciples, Jesus now begins a journey that takes him to the cross. He is arrested and tried and sentenced to death. Throughout, the details of the narrative continue to reveal Jesus’ character and purpose, his redemptive love and his human vulnerability. This passion narrative is not merely a description of the act of salvation, but also an intensive in Christian formation for disciples of Jesus.

Jesus’ arrest and trial, part 2. Matthew 26:47-56

Daily Devotions

Having completed his last supper with his disciples, Jesus now begins a journey that takes him to the cross. He is arrested and tried and sentenced to death. Throughout, the details of the narrative continue to reveal Jesus’ character and purpose, his redemptive love and his human vulnerability. This passion narrative is not merely a description of the act of salvation, but also an intensive in Christian formation for disciples of Jesus.

Jesus’ arrest and trial, part 1. Matthew 26:36-46

Daily Devotions

Having completed his last supper with his disciples, Jesus now begins a journey that takes him to the cross. He is arrested and tried and sentenced to death. Throughout, the details of the narrative continue to reveal Jesus’ character and purpose, his redemptive love and his human vulnerability. This passion narrative is not merely a description of the act of salvation, but also an intensive in Christian formation for disciples of Jesus.