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Discovering Joy In The BeatitudesHappy Are The...
Discovering Joy In The Beatitudes

Many People Don't Get What Jesus Is Teaching In The Beatitudes

These "blessings" can be confusing and paradoxical. Jesus seems to be teaching the opposite of what we know just from simple common sense. If we are to be poor in spirit and mourning all the time, how can we even get anything done? We'll just be moping around, never having the energy to get anything done. And who wants to be a meek push-over... certainly not me!

What's really disturbing is that Jesus didn't practice what He preached. He wasn't poor in spirit and meek when, in anger, he entered the temple "and overturned the tables of the money changers and the seats of those who were selling doves." (Matthew 21:12)

So what's going on? Was Jesus a hypocrite? Or are we not understanding the Beatitudes?

In Happy Are The... pastor Steve will give you a clear understanding of what Jesus was teaching and how it applies in your life. You'll learn that the Beatitudes are about having a right heart, and from a right heart flow right actions. In Jesus' day the Pharisees were considered to be the best of the best, the most righteous and religious of all Jews. Yet, Jesus calls them white-washed tombs... good looking on the outside, but dead on the inside. Why? Because they were not following the principles Jesus lays out in the Beatitudes. Their hearts were not right.

This book is your key to understanding the Beatitudes.

Published: 2016
80 Pages
ISBN-10: 1539550281
ISBN-13: 978-1539550280

Available On Amazon: "Happy Are The..." is your key to understanding the Beatitudes.

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Hebrews 7:25 -- 2 Corinthians 2:14 -- John 8:29 -- Matthew 28:19-20 -- Isaiah 57:16 -- Psalm 103:9