Sermon on the Mount: Kingdom Life in a Fallen World (Ferguson)

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‘Offers the perfect blend of scholarship and inspiration…a truly valuable book’ — BOOK JOURNAL

The Sermon on the Mount answers some of the most pressing questions that every Christian encounters: What is a Christian? Does the law of God still have a place in the Christian life? How can I learn to pray? How can I learn self-discipline? Why am I a prisoner to anxiety?

The Sermon on the Mount deals with these issues in a crisp, concise, and readable way. It provides an ideal introduction to Jesus’ great manifesto for life in his kingdom.


Table of Contents:

  1. The kingdom of God has come: Matthew 4:23-5:2
  2. What are you before God?: Matthew 5:3-5
  3. Filled with righteousness and mercy: Matthew 5:6-7
  4. Purity, peace and persecution: Matthew 5:8-12
  5. Future blessings now: Matthew 5: 1-12
  6. The Christian in the world: Matthew 5: 13-16
  7. Jesus, the law, and the Christian: Matthew 5: 17-20
  8. The pure in heart: Matthew 5:21-32
  9. Oaths, eyes and enemies: Matthew 5:33-48
  10. Life with Father: Matthew 6: 1-8, 16-18
  11. How to pray and live: Matthew 6:9-15
  12. Anxiety states cured: Matthew 6: 19-34
  13. 20/20 vision: Matthew 7: 1-12
  14. Choices: Matthew 7: 7-29



Dr. Sinclair B. Ferguson is a Ligonier teaching fellow and distinguished visiting professor of systematic theology at Westminster Theological Seminary. He previously served as the senior minister of the First Presbyterian Church in Columbia, S.C., and he has written more than two dozen books.