Are we all murderers? – Matthew 5:17-26 – 14th May 23

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This week we are continuing our series on the Sermon on the Mount, thinking about the purpose of the Law and the specific example of murder.

Sermon – Are we all murderers? (Matthew 5:17-26)

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Ten Commandments #6 – Do not murder

I suspect that if you asked people to list the the commandments they remember, “Do not murder” would be #1 on the list. It’s still seen as the most heinous thing you can do. But most people also think they’re not guilty – that it’s irrelevant to them. That couldn’t be further from the truth.

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Keeping the Rules (Murder) – Matthew 5:17-26

Is Christianity only about keeping the rules? Is it all about obeying the Ten Commandments? In this session Jesus starts to explain why God gave us the Law and what kind of obedience he wants from us. Jesus takes us through an example “Do not murder” and helps us to understand.

The previous Sermon on the Mount video on “Engaging with the World: Salt and Light” is available here.

In due course this series will replace the existing Sermon on the Mount series.

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