The Sermon on the Mount may be the best known section of the entire Bible. Yet it's also one of the least understood parts of Jesus' teachings. 'It is not a sermon about an ideal life in an ideal world,' writes Ferguson, 'but about the kingdom life in a fallen world.' It answers some of the most pressing questions that every Christian encounters, including: What is a Christian? Does the Law of God still have a place in the Christian life? How can I learn to pray? How can I learn self-discipline? Why am I a prisoner to anxiety? The Sermon on the Mount deals with these issues in a crisp, concise and readable way and provides an ideal introduction to Jesus' great manifesto for kingdom life.