What Does It Mean?

Blessed are you poor; the Reign of God is yours

Luke 6:20
Luke 6:17, 20-26

Sermon Topic


As a Christian Community, we try to always see and feel and experience what is happening in the world and in our own personal life against the background of what God has done for us in Jesus Christ. Consequently, we are a people of hope, a people of joy, a people of action. As a Christian Community, we gather together to celebrate the Good News of Jesus Christ: that God loves us and wants us for His own. As a Christian Community, we continuously raise the question, “How do we respond to this Good News? What do we do about it? How do we appropriate it for our life, make it our own?”

Students of the New Testament know that the teaching is divided into two parts. One is the “kerygma,” which is the announcement of the Good News. The other is the “didache,” which is the instruction on what we do about it.

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