In the series introduction, can you recall how the Biblical-Reformed interpretation of Sermon on the Mount contrasts with some of the others? --such
as moralism, “easy-believism”, antinomianism, the church growth movement, the prosperity gospel, the postmodernism, charismatic mysticism, liberal and cultural nominalism.
What are the characteristics of heavenly blessings as described in the Beatitudes?
Can we identify ourselves with the “poor in spirit, those who mourn, the meek, and those who hunger and thirst for righteousness”? How important is this identification according to the sermon?
What did you find most helpful from the sermon text and/or the sermon on the text?