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 and Prayer 5, John 17:1-26

On one occasion, when Jesus had finished praying, his disciples asked him to teach them how to pray (Luke 11:1-4). Jesus both modelled and explicitly taught prayer. This is the fifth in our series of devotionals investigating Jesus’ ‘school of prayer’, this time directly listening as God the Son addresses God the Father in John 17.

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Jesus and Prayer 4, Luke 18:1-8

On one occasion, when Jesus had finished praying, his disciples asked him to teach them how to pray (Luke 11:1-4). Jesus both modelled and explicitly taught prayer. This is the fourth in our series of devotionals investigating Jesus’ ‘school of prayer’.

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Jesus and Prayer 3, Luke 11:5-13

And a Growing Disciples Conversation…

On one occasion, when Jesus had finished praying, his disciples asked him to teach them how to pray. Luke 11:5-13 is part of Jesus’ response to this request. After a short devotional look at the text, Stuart Holman converses with Thys Basson on the topic of prayer.

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Jesus and Prayer 2, Luke 11:1-4

Continuing our theme on the teaching ministry of Jesus, this series of Daily Devotionals moves on from Jesus’ parables to an important topic of teaching: prayer. Jesus did not only use parables to teach, but he also used his own example to teach his disciples— particularly when it came to the importance and the manner of prayer. On one occasion, Jesus’ example of prayer elicited the disciples request to be taught how to pray— leading to our Lord gifting us the prayer that bears his name. Stuart Holman leads this series of devotionals in Jesus’ School of Prayer.

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Jesus and Prayer 1, Mark 14:32-42

Continuing our theme on the teaching ministry of Jesus, this series of Daily Devotionals moves on from Jesus’ parables to an important topic of teaching: prayer. Jesus did not only use parables to teach, but he also used his own example to teach his disciples— particularly when it came to the importance and the manner of prayer. On one occasion, Jesus’ example of prayer elicited the disciples request to be taught how to pray— leading to our Lord gifting us the prayer that bears his name. Stuart Holman leads this series of devotionals in Jesus’ School of Prayer.

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