STUDY No. 1. HIS TEACHING AND OUR TRAINING. Matthew V. 1-24. (1) DIVINE DISPROPORTION. Matthew V. 1-12. (a) The "lIines" of God. vv. 1-10 (d. Luke VI. 20-26). (b) The ~lotive of Godliness. vv. 11-12. (2) DIVINE DISADVANTAGE. Matthew V. 13~16. (a) Concentrated Service. v. 13. (b) Conspicuous Setting. vv. 14-16. (3) DIVINE DECLARATION. Matthew V. 17-20. (a) His Mission. vv. 17-19. (b) His :Message. v. 20. (1) DIVINE DISPROPORTION, vv. 1-12. Our Lord began His discourse by saying-Ie Blessed are ... ," and His hearers must have been staggered by what followed. According to Jesus, they were to be blessed in every condition which from earliest childhood they had been taught to regard as a curse. Our Lord was talking to Jews, and they believed that the sign of the blessing of God was material prosperity in every shape and fODn, and yet Jesus says -Blessed are you for exactly the opposite. (I Blessed are the poor in spirit." H Blessed are they that mourn." (a) The
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CONTENrrs; rAGE; STUDY NO l HIS TEACHING AND OUR TRAINING ~ 1; , , 2 ACTU AL AND REAL - 12; " IJ 3 INCARNATE WISDOM AND INDIVIDUAL; REASON 35; " "; 4 CHARACTER AND CONDUCT 62; ) " ~ lDEAS, IDEALS AND ACTUALITY 79
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