I consider it a privilege to teach God’s Word and I am grateful for the opportunities that are presented to me by the Point Pleasant church of Christ. This past Sunday, I wrapped up an 11-lesson study of the Sermon on the Mount with the middle school class. There are many rich lessons to be found in Christ’s masterpiece.
Throughout my preparation, I made use of the commentaries of several scholars in the Lord’s church. Their works are available online at the following links:
- Boles, H. Leo. (1952). A Commentary on The Gospel According to Matthew. Nashville, TN: The Gospel Advocate Company.
- Coffman, James Burton. (1984). Matthew. Abilene, TX: ACU Press.
- Fowler, Harold. (1968). The Gospel of Matthew, Volume I. Joplin, MO: College Press.
- McGarvey, J.W. (1875). The New Testament Commentary, Vol. I – Matthew and Mark. Chase & Hall.
My notes are presented here for your use as an aid in personal or class studies. Use them as you see fit.
Minor updates were made to pages 33-35 to correct typographical errors and make a statement clearer. If you have already downloaded a copy, please delete and re-download below. If you come across any typos or if anything needs further clarification, please let me know.
Click here to download A Study of The Sermon on the Mount: Class notes compiled by Jason T. Carter (PDF format).