← Sermon on the Mount Export Options Alphabetize Word-Def Delimiter Tab Comma Custom Def-Word Delimiter New Line Semicolon Custom Data Copy and paste the text below. It is read-only. Select All Eight keys to the kingdom of God What are the beatitudes? The beatitudes What are the eight keys to the kingdom of God called? 1. Angry with a brother or sister 2. Insult a brother or sister 3. If you say "you fool" What three types of "attitude murder" does Jesus mention? The disciples To whom is Jesus speaking in the beatitudes? acknowledge our spiritual poverty, our bankruptcy before God To be poor in spirit is to ... People with a willing spirit What are the kind of people God likes to work with? Communitas - there are sharing a common thing Those who mourn feel sorrow not only for their own sin but also for the sin they see around them. What anchor does this exemplify? We want to have control over our own lives we don't want to let God have control Why is it so difficult to admit our spiritual poverty? to let him have control To be obedient to God is His obedience to God and his humility... (messianic secret) for 30 years he waited to start his ministry In the life of Christ, what exemplifies meekness? To seek God above anything else What does it mean to hunger or thirst for righteousness? - The salt of the earth - The light of the world What two metaphors does Jesus use to describe his followers? Offer preservation; be preservation of the earth; stand out and are different What does the metaphor "the salt of the earth" imply about the role of these followers in society? To show the world their faith and not hide it; shine before men; be like a lighthouse thats attracts people to God What does the metaphor "the light of the world" imply about the role of these followers in society? Numinous - Jesus is presence of God in the world What anchor is associated with Christ as the Light of the World? He wants to fulfill not abolish them. He still believes them but he is completing them What was Jesus' view of the Old Testament laws and prophets? Hypocrites What label does Jesus give to those who draw attention to their giving? The Golden Rule What sume up the law and the Prophets? Beatitudes 8 rules; 8 challenging proverbial sayings of Jesus from Sermon on the Mount; express his highest ideal; talk about love and humanity rather than force and extraction Sermon on the Mount Jesus' most famous sermon, contains beatitudes Scriptures Word of God; the Torah (Old Testament) Tax collectors Sinners; greedy and selfish people; looked down upon in Jesus' time Jesus is speaking words of God Where is God seen in these stories? The wide path leads to destruction; any negative example he gave; you are the light if the world Where is araphel seen in these stories? All the sermons on the mount Where is berith seen in these stories? Talking about "special knowledge" creating a special covenant Where are memoria, voluntas, intelligentia seen in these stories?