|Another Sermon Outline By Brian A. Yeager
34, therefore we will try not to be too repetitive.
(Psalms 1:1-6, John 14:21-23, and I Peter 3:12).
2. God’s providence stretches beyond the physical (Hebrews 11:
32-40; 13:14; cf. I John 4:14).
discussing in another SEPARATE time that is recorded for us (Luke 11:
and I John 3:22).
29, Proverbs 1:22-33, John 7:17, and Acts 10:1-5; 44-48).
7, and Matthew 25:1-13).
• Knock and it shall be opened is not something that
should be unfamiliar to as Christians (Revelation 3:14-20).
o Knocking really shows a need to be earnest and
stresses a matter of time (Luke 13:22-30).
o There are obviously those who are less earnest in
seeking to have the door of salvation opened unto them
is a testament that God wants to be found and open doors for us (Acts
Verses 9-10: A LOVING Father (cf. II Thessalonians 2:16-17 and I John 3:
1-3) does not provide harmful things to His children when asked to
provide needed things (Psalms 103:13).
Ephesians 2:18-19; 3:14-15, Hebrews 12:5-11, and James 1:17-18).
Timothy 5:8); how much greater do you think God can care for us (II
Corinthians 4:17-18, Ephesians 2:5-7, and II Peter 1:3-4)?
Verse 12: This verse ties back to our context (Therefore, all things...".
Romans 13:8-10 and James 2:8).
• This would not authorize you to treat others badly, the
instruction is assuming the hearer is a just seeker who would
seek the good for others (Galatians 6:10 and Philippians 2:4).
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|The Sermon On The Mount (Part 19)