Life Principles of the Master
Inspiration Speaks, Jan 1, 2007 - 151 pages
The Sermon on the Mount, spoken so long ago, contains the most concentrated teachings of Jesus in the Scriptures. In Jesus┐ day the prevailing religion claimed to serve the true God; however, it had been distorted by the commandments and doctrines of men. Sadly, little has changed. Jesus┐ words from long ago still startle and challenge us. Yet we must remember they are the words of heaven and therefore must be followed. Following the words and teachings of Jesus has always required coming apart from the crowd and the prevailing religions of the day. Following the life principles of the Master requires us to ┐be still, and know that I am God┐ (Psalm 46:10). It means being alone with God, understanding the littleness of our lives, and bowing before the Master of the universe, whose words spoken so long ago still speak blessings today to all who will listen.
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