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Studies in the Sermon on the Mount | D. Martin Lloyd-Jones

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This book is a transcription of an expository sermon series that D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones gave through Matthew chapters 5-7, commonly called the Sermon on the Mount. He divides Christ’s sermon into five sections: the beatitudes, the Christian reacting to the world and the world to him, the Christian in relation to the law of God, the Christian living life in dependence upon God, and the Christian life as a pilgrimage leading to final judgment. While this portion of Scripture is commonly viewed as a list of rules we ought to follow, Lloyd-Jones explains that it is actually a reflection of what a true Christian already looks like. Modern church culture says that these principles are too difficult to follow and that failure is common and understandable. However, a struggle to follow Christ’s model is actually cause to question the reality of one’s Christian profession. This is a life-changing book that will enrich your understanding of Christ’s teaching in the gospels and the transition between the Old and New Testaments.

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With characteristic insight, D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones offers here a detailed and comprehensive exposition of one of the best known but most frequently misunderstood passages of Scripture--the Sermon on the Mount. The Sermon on the Mount, says Lloyd-Jones, is not a code of ethics or of morals; it is a description of what Christians are meant to be. With his eye always on both Scripture and life, Lloyd-Jones explains and applies Jesus' teaching for Christians struggling to live like Christ in the modern world.

"Books on the Sermon on the Mount are legion, but Lloyd-Jones' penetrating work deserves to be classed among the very best of them.... These messages deal seriously with the meaning of the biblical text, probe deeply into the human heart, and come to grips with humanity's profoundest needs." -Southwestern Journal of Theology

"One of the most important studies of Matthew 5-7 in print. Lloyd-Jones speaks plainly and forcefully. He is loyal to the Word of God and offers ample reason for the Christian gospel and hope. A reading of this book cannot help but bring a fuller understanding of and love for the Sermon on the Mount." -Eternity

"Lloyd-Jones has written some of the best stuff ever. His Studies in the Sermon on the Mount will thrill your soul." -Restoration Review

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D. Martin Lloyd-Jones
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