Dr. S. Lewis Johnson introduces the Sermon on the Mount and its first Beatitude.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson goes into deatail on the Beatitudes. Dr. Johnson exposits what Christ meant when he said, "blessed are those who mourn."
Matthew 5:5 Psalms 37:1-11
In his third message on the Beatitudes, Dr. S. Lewis Johnson discusses what Christ meant by "blessed are the meek."
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his exposition of the Beatitudes.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson concludes his discussion of the Beatitudes.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson expounds "the Similitudes" found in the Sermon on the Mount.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson presents Jesus' view of the Scriptures.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues his exposition of the Sermon on the Mount by detailing Jesus' comments on sin and how Jewish law was interpreted against it. Dr. Johnson provides insight into how Jesus's ministry clarified the true meaning of the law.
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson provides further insights into the nature of Jesus' Messianic kingdom, explaining how Jesus' teachings contrast with those of the Jewish leaders of his time.
Matthew 6:1-8 Matthew 6:16-18
Dr. S. Lewis Johnson continues to expound Jesus' new Messianic kingdom as set forth in the Sermon on the Mount. Dr. Johnson explains how Jesus began to differentiate himself from the religious culture that had developed around the Jewish law.