I think most of us, when we hear the word meekness we think of weakness. Aside from rhyming, we tend to misapply that word in general conversation. We are still working through the Beatitudes in Matthew chapter 5, the lead in to the sermon on the mount. Today Nancy unpacks the actual meaning of meek, revealing the nature of a wild horse tamed.
We've all experienced sorrow in our life. There's certainly enough tragedy in life to go around for everyone. But what are we sad about? Today's lesson is not about how to get saved and what you have to do to get there. It's a matter of, if you're saved, where's your heart in relation to sin. Specifically, your sin.
Every tree needs a good tap root. We're in a series on the Beatitudes in chapter 5 of Matthew, the Sermon on the Mount. The Beatitudes are the foundation of all the principles that Jesus taught that day. And the first three of the Beatitudes are the very source from which the rest are dependent. Today we begin with the Poor in Spirit.
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