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Life Ain’t Fair (Matthew 5:3-5) “A Mountain of a Sermon” – part 3

When I was teaching Sociology, on one of the first days of class I would ask, “How many of you are math majors, or are seeking a degree or profession where math is extremely important?” A similar question was, “How … Continue reading

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The Blessings of Poverty (Matthew 5:3) “A Mountain of a Sermon” – part 2

One of my all-time favorite TV shows was Seinfeld. I say “was” because I don’t watch it much anymore. There no reason, it’s just not in my schedule. Besides, I’ve got most episodes memorized. Seinfeld brags the show is about … Continue reading

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A Mountain of a Sermon (Matthew 5:1-2), part 1

“Homiletics” is the art of preaching or writing sermons. Someone once defined “preaching” as the art of talking in someone else’s sleep. I had a class in college called, “Homiletics.” Believe it or not, I passed that class. For years … Continue reading

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