Pink writes, “We do not think that W. Perkins went too far when he said of the Sermon on the Mount, ‘It may justly be called the key of the whole Bible, for here Christ opens the sum of the Old and New Testaments.’…[W]e regard this Sermon as a forecast and an epitome of the entire oral ministry of Christ, that it summarizes the general tenor of His whole teaching.”
In these pages, one will be confronted by many false notions they have heard and probably believe about this sermon, the other teachings of Jesus, and even Jesus Christ Himself. Not some new cultish spin on God’s Holy Word, but rather a simple, yet poignant opening up of a very needed and straightforward message for any believer in any period in any time.
Here you will not find a running anecdotal theme, a study guide endorsed by celebrities, nor a message that massages your ego or self esteem. This exposition is designed to do one thing; have the reader examine his/herself in the light of scripture, and realize that their only hope at all lay in the blood of Christ. He is the center of this entire study. It has helped possibly thousands of fruit-bearing pastors and leaders rightly divide the Word of truth. May it do the same for you.