Sermon on the Mount

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Sermon on the Mount

n.
In the New Testament, a discourse delivered by Jesus on a mountainside in Galilee, consisting of the Beatitudes, the Lord's Prayer, and various ethical teachings.
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Sermon on the Mount

n
(Bible) New Testament a major discourse delivered by Christ, including the Beatitudes and the Lord's Prayer (Matthew 5–7)
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Ser′mon on the Mount′


n.
a discourse delivered by Jesus, containing fundamentals of Christian teaching. Matt. 5–7; Luke 6:20–49.
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Noun1.Sermon on the Mount - the first major discourse delivered by Jesus (Matthew 5-7 and Luke 6:20-49)Sermon on the Mount - the first major discourse delivered by Jesus (Matthew 5-7 and Luke 6:20-49)
Beatitude - one of the eight sayings of Jesus at the beginning of the Sermon on the Mount; in Latin each saying begins with `beatus' (blessed); "her favorite Beatitude is `Blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the earth'"
Lord's Prayer - the prayer that Christ gave his disciples in the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 6:9-13)
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Matthew 5:17-20; 23:23)--than he is to the Augustinian line of much Western interpretation.
In the written gospel, the sermon takes the form of a lengthy series of loosely related sayings by Jesus that run throughout the entirety of Matthew 5, 6, and 7.