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The Sermon on the Mount

An Interpretation by Annie Rix Militz

Originally Published: 1904

Published by The Master Mind Publishing Co.:Los Angeles, Calif.

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1. Jesus Christ

2. The Beatitudes. Matt. 5:3-12

3. The Salt and the Light. Vs. 13-16

4. The Law. Vs. 17-20

5. Salvation From Anger. Vs 21-26

6. Purity. Vs. 27-32

7. Swear Not at All. Vs. 33-37

8. The Doctrine of Non-resistance. Vs. 38-42

9. Overcome Evil with Good. Vs. 43-48

10. In the Secret Place. Matt. 6:1-4

11. Prayer. Vs. 5-8

12. The Lord's Prayer. Vs. 9-13

13. Forgiveness. Vs. 14,15

14. No Sad Appearances. Vs. 16-18

15. True Valuation. Vs. 19-21

16. Concetration upon God. Vs. 22-14

17. No Thought for Wordly Welfare. Vs. 25-34

18. Free from Judging. Matt. 8:1-5

19. Good Judgement in Ministering. V.6

20. Divine Persistency. Vs. 7,8

21.The Will of God. Vs. 9-11

22. The Golden Rule. V. 12

13. The Way and the Door. Vs. 13,14

14. Fair Words and False Thinking. Vs. 15-21

13. Works without Love. Vs. 22,23

14. Hearing and Doing. Vs. 24-27


EMERSON says in his essay on History: "There is one mind common to all individual men. Every man is an inlet to the same and to all of the same. . . . Who hath access to this universal mind is a party to all that is or can be done, for this is the only and sovereign agent." This is the Mind of the Spirit, the same Mind that was in Christ Jesus. From It comes all inspiration and by It alone can Its utterances be interpreted. Believing that the divine Mind is the same to-day that it was in the ages past, and that it is no respecter of persons, I have applied myself to receive interpretations of all the holy words which have come to my notice and which I believe to be inspired, since they cause men to live holier and happier lives. Thus have I studied the scriptures of the Hindus, the Chinese, the Egyptians and the Persians, as well as those of the Hebrews, and of the Christians. Someone has said of certain writings in the Bible: "I know that they are inspired because they inspire me." This seems a safe criterion of inspiration. The result of my faith in the Spirit of Inter- pretation being one with the Spirit of Inspira- tion, and the consequent daily application of heart and mind to receiving its light, has been the opening to me of the flood-gates of scriptural understanding, so that the fullness of blessed knowledge that has already been received would take years to record.

The following commentaries were written at the request of the editor of Universal Truth, and appeared in that magazine in the year eighteen hundred and ninety-three. They are condensed and brief, the writer believing that the reader also has the Spirit of Interpretation, and often needs but a hint to light his torch and give him the joy of receiving directly from the Spirit without the intermediary of a teacher. When you study this little volume, my prayer is that you may feel the presence of the Master whose words have so transformed this world, even as He promised, "where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them." You are one, the little book another, met in his name, therefore the spirit of our Lord Jesus Christ is upon you. --A.R.M., Home of Truth, Alameda, Cal. September 20, 1904.

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