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Overcomers’ Guide to the Kingdom

SEQUEL TO THE KINGDOM: 

 A Brand New Look at The Sermon on the Mount

Get ready to climb back up the Mountain to listen to Christ’s teachings once again.  Though you may have read this great Sermon many times, discover exciting promises that many have missed.

The purpose of this book is to help Christians be the Overcomers Jesus wants them to be and to help them gain their own entrance in the coming Kingdom.  Learn what seeking the Kingdom of God is all about and be among the chosen few who will “enter into” the coming Kingdom.

“Whoever hears these sayings of Mine, and does them, I will liken him to a wise man who built his house upon the rock.” (Matthew 7:24)

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Overcomers’ Guide to The Kingdom

On a recent trip to Israel, I was able to see the actual location where Jesus delivered His famous Sermon on the Mount.  This is not the location where all the tour buses will take you, but it is the actual place were our Lord taught the disciples.

Mount of Beatitudes

The Mount of Beatitudes is actually located about a mile or so west of the city of Tiberias, which is located on the Sea of Galilee.  The above photograph was taken from our tour bus as we were traveling away from the city on Route 77.  It is important to notice that Jesus left the great multitudes of people and climbed up on this mountain to give His important Sermon.

“And seeing the multitudes, He went up on a mountain, and when He was seated His disciples came to Him.” (Matthew 5:1 – NKJV)

“Christ preached this Sermon, which was an exposition of the Law, upon a mountain, because upon a mountain the Law was given: and this was also a solemn promulgation of the Christian Law. But observe the difference: when the Law was given the Lord came down upon the mountain, now the Lord ‘went up’ into one; then He spoke in thunder and lightning, now in a still small voice; then the people were ordered to keep their distance, now they are invited to draw near – a blessed change!” (Matthew Henry – 1662 to 1714)