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Taylor G. Bunch - The Beatitudes

Taylor G. Bunch - The Beatitudes

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“The record of the experience through which the people of God passed in the early history of our work must be republished.” (Letter 105, 1903)

“The experience of William Miller and his associates, of Captain Joseph Bates, and of other pioneers in the advent message, should be kept before our people.” (Letter 105, 1903)

“The standard-bearers who have fallen in death, are to speak through the reprinting of their writings to bear their testimony as to what constitutes truth for this time.” (CWE32)

“Let those who are dead speak by reprinting their articles.” (MS62, 1905)

“Rehearse the experience of the men who acted a part in the establishment of our work in the beginning.” (MS129, 1905)

“The history of the early experiences in the message will be a power to withstand the masterly ingenuity of Satan’s deceptions.” (Letter 99, 1905)
“The record of the experience through which the people of God passed in the early history of our work must be republished.” (Letter 105, 1903)

“The experience of William Miller and his associates, of Captain Joseph Bates, and of other pioneers in the advent message, should be kept before our people.” (Letter 105, 1903)

“The standard-bearers who have fallen in death, are to speak through the reprinting of their writings to bear their testimony as to what constitutes truth for this time.” (CWE32)

“Let those who are dead speak by reprinting their articles.” (MS62, 1905)

“Rehearse the experience of the men who acted a part in the establishment of our work in the beginning.” (MS129, 1905)

“The history of the early experiences in the message will be a power to withstand the masterly ingenuity of Satan’s deceptions.” (Letter 99, 1905)

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The Lighthouse Digital Library
TheBeatitudes
ByTaylor G. Bunch
Letting the Light shine
Lighthouse Publishing, IncAbrams, WI 54101Version 1.0
©
1998
 
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THE MASTER SERMON
NOT only did Jesus give to His disciples a model prayer, but He alsopreached before them a model sermon. The sermon on the mount was thegreatest ever listened to by mortal man. It was the master sermon by theMaster Preacher. It is a statement of eternal truths by Him who is the truth,and therefore the author of all truth. It is a proclamation of the eternalrealities of the kingdom of heaven.Not only is this sermon famed for its matchless beauty, but more importantstill are the basic and fundamental principles it contains. Its truths areorganic and constitutional. Jesus came to "magnify the law, and make ithonorable," and the sermon on the mount is the decalogue under themagnifying glass of the Lawgiver, in the spiritual illumination of the gospel.It has therefore been appropriately called "the Sinai of the New Testament."It is the law of God restated and explained in its practical applications toeveryday living. Here the thunders of Sinai reecho in the beatitudes of Himwho is the living law.Because the sermon on the mount is an unabridged edition of the law, itcontains a summary of all truth. It is really a miniature Bible. It is made upof quotations from the Old Testament or restatements of its truths. It seemsthat Jesus selects the most priceless gems out of the writings of all theprophets, and resets them in this diadem of truth with which He crowns theBook of books."CHRIST'S INAUGURAL ADDRESS"This sermon has also been appropriately called "Christ's InauguralAddress," because in it He enunciated the principles which are to control theadministration of His spiritual kingdom,-the kingdom of grace. In it Jesusgives the qualifications for heavenly citizenship, and lays down theconditions upon which we may enter the kingdom of heaven. All citizens of the heavenly kingdom will live in harmony with the eternal principles setforth in this sermon.The setting, or background, of this sermon adds to its importance. Becauseof the significance of the occasion, Jesus had spent the entire night in

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