Sunday Morning SoundBytes – 7/19/2015

Sunday’s message from The Sermon on the Mount series was called Not To Worry, taken from Matthew 6:25-34. Here is a brief outline of the message:

I. Worry is unnecessary for you as a Christian (25-30)
   A. Life is more important than food, the body than clothes (25)
   B. A lesson from the birds (26-27)
      1) Your heavenly Father feeds them. (Psalm 145:15)
      2) Worry doesn’t change a thing. (Psalm 39:4, 139:16)
   C. A lesson from the flowers (28-30)
      1) God clothes the grass of the field. (Psalm 127:2)
      2) Worry is incompatible with faith.

II. Worry is unworthy of you as a Christian (31-33)
   A. The pagans run after all these things.
   B. We are to seek first God’s kingdom and righteousness.
   C. Your heavenly Father will provide all these things as well.
      – Romans 8:32; Philippians 4:19

III. Worry is unproductive for you as a Christian (34)
   A. Worry has to do with the future.
   B. Each day has enough trouble of its own.
      – Lamentations 3:22-23

“Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you.” (1 Peter 5:6)

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