The Teachings of Christ: Sermon on the Mount. Prayer of the Week Winfred Ernest Garrison: Mariner’s Prayer. Thy sea, O God, so great; My boat so small, It cannot be that any happy fate; Will me befall, Save as Thy goodness opens paths for me, Through the consuming vastness of the sea.
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Thy sea, O God, so great; My boat so small,It cannot be that any happy fate; Will me befall,Save as Thy goodness opens paths for me,Through the consuming vastness of the sea.
Thy winds, O God, so strong; So slight my sail.How could I cub and bit them on the long;
and salty trail,Unless Thy love were mightier than the wrathOf all the tempests that beset my path?
Thy world, O God, so fierce; And I so frail.Yet, though its arrows threaten oft to pierce;
My fragile mail,Cities of refuge rise where dangers cease,Sweet silences abound, and all is peace.
Thy sea, O God,
so great,My boat so small.
born in Turkey, emigrated to Lyons, France; became bishop.
played decisive role in fixing the canon of the New Testament.
He went through all the books of the New Testament, and all the candidates … and gave reasons for and against the canonicity of each book.
The Lord of all gave to His apostles the power of the gospel, and by them we also have learned the truth, that is, the teaching of the Son of God—as the Lord said to them, 'He who hears you hears Me, and he who despises you despises Me, and Him Who sent Me' [Lk.10:16]. For we learned the plan of our salvation from no other than from those through whom the gospel came to us.
- The poor, the humble, the persecuted, those who mourn, the peacemakers
Has Jesus come to abolish the Law? And what “law” that Jesus is referring to?
“You have heard it said… but I say to you…”: explain what Jesus is speaking of here and why this way of speaking is significant of His authority.
List three of the examples Jesus offers that illustrate how He “fulfills” the Law.
What are four unifying themes in all of these “fulfillments” of the Law?
Church of the Beatitudes
Mount of Beatitudes