What sincere love looks like – Romans 12:9-21 Sermon

In these final chapters of Romans, Paul is explaining how the gospel should make a difference to our lives. In this passage, we think about how we should be as a church: we should love one another sincerely. This is especially important when we are dealing with people who have done us wrong.

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Loving even your enemies – Matthew 5:33-48 – 4th June 2023

In Church with UTB this week, we are back with our series on the Sermon on the Mount.

This is Jesus’ final set of examples and conclusion of his teaching about the law in the Sermon on the Mount. He talks about oaths, revenge, and how we should love even our enemies. This teaching really summarises what Jesus wants to say about the law.


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The catechism videos are undated, as it’s best to work your way through in sequence. Simply pick the next one from this playlist.

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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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