Jesus addresses tenacity and God’s benevolence in the Christian’s life, the “narrow path” we must walk, and how our “fruits” testify on our behalf. And He warns of those whose lifestyles and teachings stand as an indictment against them.
God works despite evildoers, not through them. Deception of self and others gives way to truth at Day’s End. Jesus advises us to build our hope for salvation on the right foundation: Him. Jeff reviews the entire “Sermon on the Mount.”