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Mon, 16-Jan-2017
Righteous Living

 

“Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, For they shall be filled.”
Matthew 5:6

Every Sunday all around the world, sermons are preached to millions of people. Jesus preached many sermons but none as impacting as when He gave the blueprint for the coming Kingdom and Israel’s resp...

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Know Yourself
by Rev. Warren Watermeyer
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Daily: 16 Jan 2017

 

“Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, For they shall be filled.”
Matthew 5:6

Every Sunday all around the world, sermons are preached to millions of people. Jesus preached many sermons but none as impacting as when He gave the blueprint for the coming Kingdom and Israel’s responsibility. The sermon on the mount is the most famous sermon and the most quoted. All of the theological and dispensational areas aside, the application for us as Christians is true righteousness. As believers we need to have a desire for righteousness, right living and thinking, to be Christ-like in our whole being. In Christ we are righteous because of Him but we need to live out that righteousness.

There are a few areas we can think about to live out righteousness:

1) How we see ourselves- Humility
2) How we see sin- Repentance
3) How we see God- Worship
4) How we see the world- Evangelism

These areas are important for personal righteousness and living it out. May we all be visible examples of the righteousness that God gives and desires from us.

Prayer: Lord, my desire is to live righteously for You. Please help me to live it out every day.
Amen 

by Rev. Kenneth Claassen

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