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Kyle Mercer - January 24, 2021

Law & Gospel

Matthew 5:17-26 In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus speaks to the total truthfulness of Scripture, reminding us that the Word of God is inspired down to the smallest words and is not to be changed or distorted. He also speaks to an internal righteousness that allows God to change our hearts so we can see God and ourselves differently, calling us to look at the sin and anger of our hearts, submit it to Him, and pursue reconciliation with others.

From Series: "The Sermon on the Mount"

Forgiveness. Love. Marriage. Divorce. Money. Anxiety. Anger. Prayer. Belief... In Matthew 5-7, we see how one of Jesus' most famous sermons still speaks to our culture and circumstances today.

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