Randy Harris with Greg Taylor
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The Sermon on the Mount is more than great ideas by a great teacher. It is a way of life. Randy Harris invites you not just to understand these great teachings but to live them in ways you never before imagined.
This new book is a training tool for people who want to live the way of Jesus. Centered on the entire contents of the Sermon on the Mount found in Matthew 5-7, it unpacks the sermon in hard-hitting, easy-to-understand, and practical ways.
G. K. Chesterton said Christianity has not been tried and found wanting; it has been found difficult and not tried. Many people today view the Sermon on the Mount this way. They simply believe the teaching is too hard and give up in exasperation and guilt or confusion. The single most important interpretive key for the sermon, says Randy Harris, is to believe that Jesus really intended for us to live these teachings.
Martin Luther said the Sermon on the Mount is so difficult that we can only fall on the grace of God. The teachings are indeed difficult, and we can only fall on the grace of God, but this doesn’t mean the teachings cannot become a necessary guide for living the way of Jesus. The Sermon on the Mount, says Harris, is livable and this book is a guide to the greatest teaching of all time that will change your life forever.
Living Jesus DVD
Get the most out of Living Jesus by walking with Randy Harris through the Sermon on the Mount in the Living Jesus DVD. In 12 sessions, Randy takes you into the teachings that Jesus fully intends for us to obey and practice. Use the DVD in a classroom or a small group Bible Study and begin Living Jesus today!
About the Author
Randy Harris speaks at dozens of churches and conferences around the United States and beyond each year. He teaches theology, ethics, and preaching at Abilene Christian University in Abilene, Texas, and holds degrees from Harding Graduate School of Religion and Syracuse University. He has authored God Work: Confessions of a Stand-up Theologian, Soul Work: Confession of a Part-time Monk, and co-authored several other books.