The Sermon on the Mount Continuous Love with Skin on

The Sermon on the Mount Continuous Love with Skin on

 The words of Jesus were unique and given to be lived as He described in the Sermon on the Mount. No one else has ever spoken as Jesus spoke. His content, character and love were perfectly said and lived. 

 Only Jesus was perfect love with skin on. He continues to be the only true hope for perfect love with skin on as described in the Sermon on the Mount. 

 Others have said things similar to Jesus but no other person has ever lived and loved perfectly like Jesus did. No one except Jesus has lived everything they said as love in action. 

 Truly Jesus is the “word made flesh” that “dwelt among us.” Jesus becoming the word in flesh and blood with skin on is what makes Christianity unlike any other attempt at finding the way, the truth and the life. Only Jesus can make what He said possible and repeatable in a human life. 

 Without Him we can do nothing but try and fail. With Him we can actually live what He said. Do we believe this? Will we move beyond trying and begin to let Jesus live His life with our skin?

 Jesus in flesh and blood is and should always be the true Christian declaration of faith. Christianity urgently needs to return to the true statement of faith by living out Jesus’ life in flesh and blood. Our statement of faith should be the life of Jesus with our skin on which would become the Sermon on the Mount in action. We do not need new written documents which describe our faith in Jesus. We have written enough. We need to be the living Christ in action with skin on right now. 

 Every word that Jesus spoke was meant to be received and lived with Him right now. Will you live Jesus right now as your declaration of faith before a watching world? Love gains power when clothed in flesh and blood with skin on. Move beyond words. Live Jesus moment by moment and become the Sermon on the Mount today.

Bud McCord

Abide International

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