The Dock and the Bench As we move into chapter seven, Matthew's Sermon on the Mount touches on the area of relationships - to others, to evil people, to our Father, to false prophets and to those who claim to walk with God. Our section today is about judging others and is one of the most often quoted and misunderstood passages. John Stott notes that the
Perspectives on Worry (Part 2) We saw yesterday that we can be too full of care about possessions, the future, clothes and food. Jesus uses some beautiful images and powerful arguments to remind us that we can "trust an unknown future to a known God" (This is one of Corrie Ten Boom's favourite sayings - Corrie and her family hid Jewish refugees from the
Perspectives on Worry (Part 2) We saw yesterday that we can be too full of care about possessions, the future, clothes and food. Jesus uses some beautiful images and powerful arguments to remind us that we can "trust an unknown future to a known God" (This is one of Corrie Ten Boom's favourite sayings - Corrie and her family hid Jewish refugees from the
Perspectives on Worry (Part 1) In the wake of Jesus' three warnings on possession obsession we now shift over to the problem of worry and anxiety. (The "therefore" that connects this section to the previous one is very clear.) There is a logical connection between possessions and worry: Studies have shown that levels of stress and anxiety are often lower among those

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