The heart of the Sermon on the Mount teaches us to bring the law alive in our community. Sometimes it seems easier to follow the letter of the law instead of the intent of the law, but keeping every bit of the law won’t earn us a reward. Fulfilling the law isn’t about personal, individual achievement but rather being the very expression of God’s presence in the world. Persevering as salt and light is the difference Jesus followers are called to be.
The songs are “When Morning Gilds the Skies” and “Forth in Thy Name.” The sermon, service and this week’s tweets reference Bev Bailey, Fred Craddock, Gary Charles Feasting, Bruce Epperly, Stanely Saunders, Ronald Allen, and Charles Cousar.
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