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  • 1. “ Seeing the crowds, he went up on the mountain, and when he sat down, his disciples came to him. And he opened his mouth and taught them, saying…” (Matthew 5.1-2, ESV)
  • 2. One Word = Many Emotions
    • The word brings a myriad of troubling thoughts.
    • The word brings emotions of stress and grief while also bringing joy and hope.
  • 3. One Word = Many Emotions
    • The word:
    Change
  • 4. Results of One Little Word
    • “ I just don’t want to.”
    • “ We tried that before.”
    • “ We have never done that before.”
    • “ You are right, but…”
    • “ Let me sleep on it.”
  • 5. Have you Changed?
    • How have you changed since becoming a Christian?
    • Have your words changed?
    • Have your actions changed?
    • Have your priorities changed?
    • Has your life changed?
  • 6. One Day = Many Changes
    • “ Seeing the crowds, he went up on the mountain, and when he sat down, his disciples came to him. And he opened his mouth and taught them, saying…”
    • (Matthew 5.1-2, ESV)
  • 7. Forward from the End
    • “ And when Jesus finished these sayings, the crowds were astonished at his teaching, for he was teaching them as one who had authority, and not as their scribes.”
    • (Matthew 7.28-29, ESV)
  • 8. The Authority
    • The scribes taught in the synagogues.
    • The scribes quoted the rabbis before them.
    • The scribes feared expressing an idea without quoting a predecessor.
    • Jesus’ words brought a fresh, new meaning to the eternal word.
    • -A. T. Robertson
    • -Word Pictures of the New Testament
  • 9. The Freshness of True Teaching
    • Jesus taught a change of priorities.
    • Jesus taught a change of thought.
    • Jesus taught a change of hope.
    • Jesus’ words brought a fresh, new meaning to the eternal word.
  • 10. What was Taught
    • A change of priorities:
      • Your example is a priority. (Matthew 5.13-16)
      • A change of life is a priority. (Matthew 5.21, 27, 31, 33, 38, 43)
      • The kingdom of Heaven is a priority. (Matthew 6.33 )
      • Hearing Jesus is a priority. (Matthew 7.24-27)
  • 11. What was Taught
    • A change of thought:
      • You are the healing, curing power of the world. ( Matthew 5.13)
      • You are the light in the darkness. (Matthew 5.14-16)
      • True treasure is deeper than you think. (Matthew 6.19-33)
      • Thinking you might get to heaven is not enough. (Matthew 7.21-23)
        • (Take Note of 1 John 5.13)
  • 12. What was Taught
    • A change of hope:
      • The law would not be destroyed but fulfilled. (Matthew 5.17-20)
      • The law could not pass without fulfillment.
      • Galatians 3.21-29
  • 13. What was Taught
    • A startling new meaning to a changed life:
      • “ Blessed are the poor in spirit…”
      • “ Blessed are those who mourn…”
      • “ Blessed are the meek…”
      • “ Blessed are those who hunger and thirst after righteousness…”
      • “ Blessed are the merciful…”
      • “ Blessed are the pure in heart…”
      • “ Blessed are the peacemakers…”
      • “ Blessed are those who are persecuted…”
      • “ Blessed are you when others revile you…”
  • 14. Have you Changed?
    • How have you changed since becoming a Christian?
    • Have your words changed?
    • Have your actions changed?
    • Have your priorities changed?
    • Has your life changed?
  • 15.