Hard Enough Already: Following Jesus in the 21St Century: Teachable Moments from the World's Most Famous Sermon - eBook
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Hard Enough Already: Following Jesus in the 21St Century: Teachable Moments from the World's Most Famous Sermon - eBook  -     By: Johnny White

Hard Enough Already: Following Jesus in the 21St Century: Teachable Moments from the World's Most Famous Sermon - eBook

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Title: Hard Enough Already: Following Jesus in the 21St Century: Teachable Moments from the World's Most Famous Sermon - eBook
By: Johnny White
Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: WestBow Press
Publication Date: 2021
ISBN: 9781664228313
ISBN-13: 9781664228313
Stock No: WW116349EB

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The most familiar sermon in the world, The Sermon on the Mount, spoken by Jesus of Nazareth over 2000 years ago, is still a critically important message for followers of Jesus in the 21st century. Every word of every paragraph of every topic is addressed in this brief book. Jesus is drawing the watching world to unparalleled teachable moments about how to be salt and light citizens in the Kingdom of God on earth as it is in heaven.
Johnny White contends that life is hard enough already. Jesus did not come to make things harder than they already are by limiting salvation to only the FEW, but he upheld impossible possibilities that point to the undeniable grace of God for the MANY. Jesus pointed to a life more abundant than retribution and revenge and violence. He pointed to a Third Way of mercy, forgiveness, and grace that refuses violence, yet never fails to confront evil. A life such as Dietrich Bonhoeffer sought to live.
What could be more apropos for a contentious uncivil time such as this? No matter what happens next.

Author Bio

Johnny White is a Christian minister and follower of Jesus. A lifelong student of the Bible, he believes that all truth is God’s Truth, there is objective Truth in scripture, but truth must be personally experienced. Therefore, both objective Truth and subjective truth are essential. He has academic credentials, but those are less important to him than life lessons about the necessity of a Loving God. He knows that he does not know what he does not know! Johnny is less concerned about unproveable doctrines of orthodoxy than about the undeniable ramifications of the Gospel. He believes the world would be a better place if redeeming grace, forgiveness with mercy, and reconciled relationships replaced the competitive necessity of winning, replaced revenge and retaliation, and replaced violence as a means to peace.

He is most grateful for his spouse and helpmate of fifty years, Patricia Robertson White, along with his family, children, grandchildren, and friends.

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