Pay attention to impressions you receive as you read Matthew 5 and Luke 6, and record them in a study journal or in some other way. The additional resources below may help you identify some important principles in these chapters, but be open to others you discover in your study.
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.
- Come, Follow Me Study and Teaching Helps — Lesson 8: February 13–19, Jonn Claybaugh
- Lasting Happiness Comes from Living the Way Jesus Christ Taught, Hales Swift
- Audio Roundtable: Come, Follow Me New Testament Lesson 8
- Not Just Sour Grapes: Jesus’s Interpretation of Isaiah’s Song of the Vineyard by John Gee
- Luke 4-6 and Matthew 10. Faithfully Responding to God’s Call, Taylor Halverson
- 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”
- Come Follow Me – Matthew 5; Luke 6, Book of Mormon Central Archive
- Understanding the Sermon on the Mount, Messages of Christ
- Our Savior in the Gospels: Matthew 5-7: The Beatitudes
- Our Savior in the Gospels: Matthew 5-7: Sermon on the Mount
- Our Savior in the Gospels: Luke 5-6: The Calling of the Twelve