Matthew 6:25-34 Casting Our Worries Upon the Lord

So much of this life is consumed with worrying about ________ – and the disciples and fellow followers of Jesus were no different. And so Jesus, in this section of the Sermon on the Mount, takes time to speak about worry and anxiety and the fear that can become crippling. And in the end, looking at all that God does for his creation, shouldn’t you and I see all that God does for us?

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This is a 9-part series on the Sermon on the Mount and so I will update these titles and links as we move on.

Week 1: Matt 5:13-16: Being Salty Lit Children of God can be heard here

Week 2: Matt 5:17-48 The Ways of the Heart can be heard here

Week 3: Matt 6:1-18 Our Acts of Righteousness can be heard here

Week 4: Matt 6:19-24 The Treasures of our Heart can be heard here

Week 5: Matt 6:25-34 Casting Our Worries Upon the Lord can be heard here

Week 6: Matt 7:1-6 Looking Within…FIRST can be heard here

Week 7: Matt 7:7-12 Asking, Seeking, and Knocking can be heard here

Week 8: Matt 7:13-23 Walking the Narrow Path can be heard here

Week 9: Matt 7:24-29 The Closer: Be A Wise Builder can be heard here

 

 

 

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