Pay attention to impressions you receive as you read Matthew 5 and Luke 6, and record them in a study journal. The additional resources below may help you identify some of the most important and relevant principles in these chapters.
Matthew 5: Jesus preaches the Sermon on the Mount—Its teachings replace and transcend some aspects of the law of Moses—All are commanded to be perfect like their Father in Heaven.
Luke 6: Jesus heals on the Sabbath—He chooses the Twelve Apostles—He pronounces blessings upon the obedient and woes upon the wicked.
Lesson Manuals on ChurchofJesusChrist.org
- Come, Follow Me—For Individuals and Families
- Come, Follow Me—For Sunday School
- Come, Follow Me—For Primary
Additional Resources on ChurchofJesusChrist.org
- Sermon on the Mount: The Beatitudes (Matthew 5:3-16)
- Sermon on the Mount: The Higher Law (Matthew 5:17-48)
Resources on Interpreter Foundation
- Lasting Happiness Comes from Living the Way Jesus Christ Taught, Hales Swift
- Audio Roundtable: Come, Follow Me New Testament Lesson 8
- Scripture Roundtable: New Testament Gospel Doctrine Lesson 6, “They Straightway Left Their Nets”
- Scripture Roundtable: New Testament Gospel Doctrine Lesson 8, The Sermon on the Mount: “A More Excellent Way”
- Luke 4-6 and Matthew 10. Faithfully Responding to God’s Call, Taylor Halverson
- Not Just Sour Grapes: Jesus’s Interpretation of Isaiah’s Song of the Vineyard by John Gee
- Come Follow Me 2019: Matthew 5; Luke 6, Book of Mormon Central
- Come Follow Me Matthew 5, Don’t Miss This
- Understanding the Sermon on the MountMessages of Christ
- Come, Follow Me for Individuals and Families: Lesson Helps for Matthew 5; Luke 6, Meridian Magazine
- Come, Follow Me for Sunday School: Lesson Helps for Matthew 5; Luke 6, Meridian Magazine
- Come, Follow Me Podcast #8 “Blessed are Ye”, Matthew 5, Luke 6, Meridian Magazine
- Matthew 5; Luke 6, BYU Studies