Monthly Archives: February 2014

Reconcile your words and deeds

Matthew 5:31–48 On the 19th of October last year, The Magistrates’ Association of England and Wales rejected a proposal to end the practise of swearing an oath on the Bible. For centuries, magistrates have dispensed justice in England and Wales, … Continue reading

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Sanctity of marriage

Matthew 5:21–32 This week we come to a section of the Sermon on the Mount that can be difficult and painful. Unlike the secret sins of anger and lust, divorce is very obvious and public. You can have feelings of … Continue reading

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Adultery is wrong, so is lust

Matthew 5:21–32 There are two things that are pretty much guaranteed to destroy any relationship. The first of these is murder. Killing the other person in a relationship will always kill the relationship. We talked about murder last week. The … Continue reading

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Our path is love, not anger

Matthew 5:21–32 The sixth of the Ten Commandments, written in Exodus 20:13 and Deuteronomy 5:17, says simply, “You must not murder.” Jesus starts with this commandment in his exploration of how to live according to his new righteousness that is … Continue reading

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