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 Men Like Noah in Days Like Noah by Brian Long

Topic: Noah
Scripture(s): Matthew 24:37  
Description: Recently Brian preached a message at the “Let Us Rise Men’s Conference” in Barnsdall, OK. Brian preached a powerful message, one I dare say every man today needs to hear, called, “Men Like Noah In Days Like Noah.” Brian sounds a clear clarion call for the men of our day to: Wake Up, Get Up, Clean Up, Stand Up, Build Up, Never Give Up, & Look Up.
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 Sermon on the Mount: Love Your Enemies, Pray For Your Persecutors by J. Glyn Owen

Topic: Sermon on the Mount
Scripture(s): Matthew 5:43-48  
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 Matters of the Heart [Part 2] (Bilingual Teaching) by Pat Kenney

Topic: Heart
Scripture(s): Matthew 5:20-48  
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 (matthew) Ch.5:21-48 by Zac Poonen

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Scripture(s): Matthew 5:21-48  
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 Love Your Enemies by Don McClure

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Scripture(s): Matthew 5:43-48  
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 The Supernatural Hand of Mercy by Carter Conlon

Topic: Mercy Of God
Scripture(s): Matthew 5:43-48  
Description: July 13, 2008 - We must not set our hand to bring about our own justice. God will stop us when we are going down the road of bitterness and unforgiveness. When He leads us in the direction to love our enemies He will provide what we need to do it. God will simply put His hand of supernatural mercy in our hand and He will give us the power and love to wash the feet or our enemies. The Lord will fight our battles and bring about justice for us but will He find a willing heart to be merciful to our betrayers?
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 Love your Enemies by Art Katz

Topic: Loving Your Enemy
Scripture(s): Matthew 5:43-48  
Description: To have enemies goes without saying, but our relationship to our enemies is probably going to be the most formidable aspect of the Last Days’ reality of believers. Can the Life within us exhibit and express something that contradicts the sinful lifestyles of the world, especially as the world become more evil?
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 God-Likeness by Dick Woodward

Topic: God
Scripture(s): Matthew 5:38-48  
Description: These verses are perhaps the most difficult in the teachings of Jesus to interpret and apply. They teach the highest ethic this world has ever heard. The religious leaders had been teaching that the Law says to love your neighbor (which it does) and to hate your enemy (which it does not). Jesus corrects the misunderstanding and calls for total commitment from His disciples. Loving our neighbors and even our enemies according to God’s standards is impossible, except for one thing: we have Jesus living in us.
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 What Are You Doing More than Others? by Dick Woodward

Topic: Attitudes
Scripture(s): Matthew 5:43-48  
Description: If we follow Jesus and have His attitudes, we will be changed. We will become the salt of the earth and like lights that shine in the world. That means that we will not live the same way that others live. We will do more because we have Jesus living in our hearts. We will have a greater love than the world knows and show greater grace and mercy than the world understands. In so doing, we will become like our Father in heaven.
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 Matthew 5:44 by William MacDonald

Topic: Love Your Enemies
Scripture(s): Matthew 5:44  
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 A Call to Holy Living by C. H. Spurgeon

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Scripture(s): Matthew 5:47  
Description: A SERMON DELIVERED ON LORD'S DAY MORNING, JANUARY 14TH, 1872, BY C. H. SPURGEON, AT THE METROPOLITAN TABERNACLE, NEWINGTON. “What do ye more than others?” — Matthew 5:47. IT is a very great fault in any ministry if the doctrine of justification by faith alone be not most clearly taught. I will go further, and add, that it is not only a great fault, but a fatal one; for souls will never find their way to heaven by a ministry that is indistinct upon the most fundamental of gospel truths. We are justified by faith, and not by the works of the law. The merit by which a soul enters heaven is not its own; it is the merit of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. I am quite sure that you will all hold me guiltless of ever having spoken about this great doctrine in any other than unmistakable language; if I have erred, it is not in that direction. At the same time, it is a dangerous state of things if doctrine is made to drive out precept, and faith is held up as making holiness a superfluity. Sanctification must not be forgotten or overlaid by justification. We must teach plainly that the faith which saves the soul is not a dead faith, but a faith which operates with purifying effect upon our entire nature, and produces in us fruits of righteousness to the praise and glory of God. It is not by personal holiness that a man shall enter heaven, but yet without holiness shall no man see the Lord.
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 Sermon on the Mount: Christian Response to Personal Injury (Part 2) by J. Glyn Owen

Topic: Sermon on the Mount
Scripture(s): Matthew 5:40-42  
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 Who's In Charge Here? by Don McClure

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Scripture(s): Matthew 5:38-42  
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 The Law of God and Your Word by Dick Woodward

Topic: Law Of God
Scripture(s): Matthew 5:33-42  
Description: The religious leaders in Jesus’ day had an elaborate system in which some oaths were binding and others were not. It was an absurd, complicated system that did not honor God’s command not to bear false witness. Jesus insisted that His disciples be people of the Word and people who keep their word.
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 Sermon on the Mount: Christian Response to Personal Injury (Part 1) by J. Glyn Owen

Topic: Sermon on the Mount
Scripture(s): Matthew 5:38-39  
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 Sermon on the Mount: Deceptive Speech by J. Glyn Owen

Topic: Sermon on the Mount
Scripture(s): Matthew 5:33-37  
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 Honestly Speaking by Don McClure

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Scripture(s): Matthew 5:33  
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 Sermon on the Mount: Jesus Speaks About Divorce by J. Glyn Owen

Topic: Sermon on the Mount
Scripture(s): Matthew 5:31-32  
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 Marriage by Don McClure

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Scripture(s): Matthew 5:31-32  
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 The Law of God, Your Adversary, Women, and Your Wife by Dick Woodward

Topic: Law Of God
Scripture(s): Matthew 5:25-32  
Description: We live in a competitive world. Sometimes our relationship with “competitors,” or adversaries, becomes hostile, and they are determined to sue us or even put us in prison. Disciples who are peacemakers do not get angry or try to get even with their enemies. Instead, they determine never to be the source of conflict with adversarial people. Jesus also taught us how to relate to the opposite sex. As with other sins, Jesus goes to the source: our hearts. If we really want to be part of the solution as salt and light, we must learn how to control our sexual desires.
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