The longest recorded sermon Jesus gave - the Sermon on the Mount, as recorded in Matthew 5, 6 and 7. And the longest single sermon Paul gave - as recorded in Romans 6, 7 and 8. This fall in our Sunday night meetings in the UW-L Student Union JC's Village is going to cover these two sermons. Jesus' sermon of course - is His longest teaching on how as citizens of the Kingdom of Heaven we can live. Paul's sermon, is one of his most complete discussions of just how salvation and grace changes everything. The whole testament teaches both of these - but so much of the entire New Testament's teachings on these two crucial topics is crammed into the chapters that cover these two sermons - that the better we can under stand just these few chapters - the more we can understand the big picture. Our discussions on these invaluable chapters - some of the most quoted and most familiar passages in all the Bible - focus on practically understanding what it really means for our lives that Jesus said what He said - and that Paul preached what He preached. These two sermons are barely longer than the Constitution of the United States - and yet though they were first spoken to so few - they've had a far wider impact on the entire world.