By Mike Ruffin
Author’s note: this column is addressed to Christians. If you aren’t one, I hope you’ll read it anyway. Maybe it’ll help you understand better how Christians think—or at least how we’re supposed to think.
In my day job, I edit Bible study materials for adults. I recruit writers and shape their efforts into a form that’s suitable for publication. Hundreds of churches and thousands of people depend on our company to provide dependable materials to assist them in studying the Bible and following Jesus. I reckon it’s work worth doing.
Every great once in a while, a writer fails to come through and I have to write the lessons myself. In fact, I just finished writing five lessons on Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, which is found in Matthew 5-7.
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