Category Archives: John RW Stott

Disastrous divorce…

…the divorce of the secular from the sacred in church history has been disastrous. John RW Stott Advertisements

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Under God’s gracious rule…

The Sermon on the Mount, then, is to be seen in this context. It portrays the repentance (metanoia, the complete change of mind) and the righteosuness that belong to the kingdom. That is, it describes what human life and human … Continue reading

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Certainly least obeyed…

The Sermon on the Mount is probably the best-known part of the teaching of Jesus, although arguably it is the least understood, and certainly it is the least obeyed. John RW Stott

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For every citizen…

Just as the ninefold fruit of the Spirit which Paul lists is to ripen in every Christian character, so the eight beatitudes which Christ speaks describe his ideal for every citizen of God’s kingdom. John RW Stott

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