Salt and Its Savor
Salt and Its Savor
Matthew 5:13
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Sunday School,  November 13, 2016

This metaphor is a part of a much larger sermon, the Sermon on the Mount. To accurately understand and interpret it, one must view it in the context in which Jesus used it. In order to be salt in the world as Jesus intended his disciples to be, they must understand and apply the beatitudes.

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