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theo 116 - 2 In 6 it says don’t be like the Jews that...

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Matthew 5-7 1. What kind of people are "blessed" according to Mt. 5:3-12? 2. How is 5:14-16 related to 6:2-6? 3. Look closely at 5:17-20. Is Jesus for or against the Law? What Law is he talking about? 4. How do Jesus' ethical commands in 5:21 and the following verses compare to the Law of Moses? 5. What does Jesus say regarding violence in ch. 5? 6. What does Jesus say regarding material possessions in ch. 6? 7. What is the "narrow gate" in 7:13-14? 1. The poor inspirit, those who mourn, the meek, those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, the merciful, pure in heart, the peacemakers, those who are persecuted for righteousness’ sake, you when people revile you and persecute you and utter all kinds of evil against you falsely on my account
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Unformatted text preview: 2. In 6 it says don’t be like the Jews that pray loud and are prideful of their praying “look at me I’m rich and give and god loves me” and in 5 it says be like the bad people in 6 in terms of what they do that is good but don’t be prideful/brag about it 3. He’s for the Law b/c he wants to fulfill it, talking about the Mosaic (Moses) Law. Saying whoever breaks the little commandments still isn’t good b/c they are part of the commandments 4. They’re like the Law of Moses except they’re not as extreme in their situations, more for everyday living 5. Don’t act out in vengeance “If anyone strikes you on the right cheek, turn the other also” 6. 7. it’s the gate to heaven...
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