Turn the other cheek. Give away your coat. And go the extra mile. What do these phrases have to do with the Christian faith? Listen to this sermon from Matthew 5:38-42 to learn more.
From Matthew 5:33-37, pastor Rob Lane helps us to understand the importance of making sure your yes is yes, and your no is no.
The Pharisaical teaching on divorce created a bunch of cowardly men who did not own their responsibility to care for their wife. Jesus corrects theirs, and our, understanding of marriage and divorce. Take a listen to Matthew 5:31-32 to learn more as we continue through our series on The Sermon on the Mount.
Just like the topic of the Lord’s Table, the subject of baptism can spark debate between denominations, churches, and friends. The oversimplification of the debate is this: is baptism conferred after a child is born, or is baptism for a person who has first made a profession of faith in Jesus Christ? Does the Bible affirm paedobaptism or credobaptism? In this sermon, I attempt to answer the questions.
In God's providence, Matthew 5:27-30 from the Sermon on the Mount fell on Father's Day. It's a passage that challenges husbands to fight against sexual sin and pursue faithfulness.
The Bible is amazingly practical, especially the Sermon on the Mount. In this sermon, learn from the words of Christ from Matthew 5:21-26. How can you deal with anger? And what steps should you take when you know you have sinned against a friend?
The goal of this sermon from Matthew 5:17-20 is to connect a few dots by showing how Christ understands his relationship to the Old Testament law. Matthew 5:17-20 might be the most debated passage in the Bible. So, how this passage is interpreted shapes how a person lives the Christian life.
After Jesus says, "Blessed are the persecuted," he sends his followers out into the world to be "salt" and "light." Watch or listen to the latest message from Redemption Hill to learn more about what it means to be a Christian in this broken world.
We read in Matthew 5:10-12 that Christians will be persecuted for two reasons. Christians will be persecuted for doing what is right (v. 10) and for following Christ (v. 11).
Hebrews 10:19-25 tells us what it looks like to have access to God and how the Christian life is experienced in the local church.