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The Beatitudes

The Beatitudes
Ben Fleming: Salt and Light (External Gifts), Matthew 5:13-14
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Eternal Gifts are gifts that connect us more closely to the reality of eternity – and possibly gifts that will only be truly valued on the other side of this life. Persecution reminds us that a better day is coming.

The Beatitudes
Steve Mickel: Persecuted (Eternal Gifts), Matthew 5:10-12
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Righteousness, purity and mercy are gifts that will bear fruit in kingdom living – they cause us to be fruitful citizens in faith communities.

The Beatitudes
Evan Earwicker: Fruitful Gifts, Matthew 5:6-8
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Gentleness and peacemaking is not an introverted personality trait – it’s the product of following Jesus and becoming formed to His way.

The Beatitudes
Ben Fleming: Gentle Peacemakers, Matthew 5:5
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Being poor in spirit (without other options) and acquainted with sorrow connects us to the presence of Jesus in ways we could not be otherwise. Questions to answer: What does it mean to be poor in spirit? How does a life look that possesses “the kingdom of heaven”? How can mourning & comfort lead to happiness?

The Beatitudes
Steve Mickel: Spiritual Poverty & Sorrow, Matthew 22:37
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In communication, thesis matters more than anything. It sets the tone and drives and edits the content for the rest of the message. Jesus’ thesis for the sermon on the mount is How to Be Happy.

The Beatitudes
Bo Stern-Brady: Jesus Thesis, Matthew 4:23; 5:1-13
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