SERMON ON THE MOUNT

Definition of Sermon on the Mount: the discourse of Christ recorded in Matt. 5–7, including the Beatitudes and the Lord’s Prayer.
Synonyms of Sermon on the Mount: Sermon on the Mount

These notes are from recovery in AA and/or related 12 step programs.
Readers are encouraged to click external links for more detail.
We hope you find them helpful.
Love in fellowship.

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In Sermon on the Mount Emmet Fox shows how to…..
Understand the true nature of divine wisdom.
Tap into the power of prayer.
Develop a completely integrated and fully expressed personality.
Transform negative attitudes into life-affirming beliefs.
Claim our divine right to the full abundance of life. | More…

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One of the very early recovering alcoholics who worked with co-founder Bill W. was a man named Al, whose mother was secretary to Emmet Fox. He was a popular lecturer on New Thought philosophy.

When the early groups were meeting in New York, members would frequently adjourn after a meeting and go to Steinway Hall to listen to Fox’s lecture. To this day there are AA groups that distribute Fox’s pamphlets along with Conference-approved AA literature. | More…

The Sermon on the Mount is not a set of principles to be obeyed apart from identification with Jesus Christ. The Sermon on the Mount is a statement of the life we will live when
the Holy Spirit is getting his way with us. –Oswald Chambers | More…

The Sermon on the Mount is not a set of rules and regulations – it is a picture of the life we will live when the Holy Spirit is having His unhindered way with us. –Oswald Chambers | More…

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