Turn the Other Cheek

NOVEMBER 8, 2015  //  This is part two of a three-part sermon series on challenging Bible stories.  When He said to “turn the other cheek,” is Jesus giving instructions to let people roll all over us?  Is He saying that we should always be a victim?  There were cultural meanings behind these powerful commands in a culture where people thought they were helpless. Matthew 5:38-42.

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