Nirvana - The Sermon On The Mount album download
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|1-1||Radio Friendly Unit Shifter||4:27|
|1-4||About A Girl||3:30|
|1-9||Come As You Are||3:56|
|1-13||Jesus Doesn't Want Me For A Sunbeam
Written By – Vaselines, The
|2-3||Smells Like Teen Spirit||5:22|
|2-4||You Know You're Right||5:09|
|2-6||Something In The Way||4:08|
|2-8||On A Plain||3:59|
|2-11||Secret - (Phone Message)||1:55|
- Recorded At – Aragon, Chicago, Illinois
NotesThis is the second pressing with a shorter matrix than The Sermon On The Mount.
Aragon Ballroom - Chicago, IL United States 10-23-93
The complete show.
The last track is something you won't find anywhere else. The last track is a phone message recording of Kurt Cobain. The tape is a tad slow, but you can tell it's Kurt. He sounds drunk/stoned and pissed. Apparently he's speaking to a reporter he's not very happy with.
Track 2-4 mislabeled as "I'm A Mountain"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): SC-NR-003
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): SC-NR-004
|SC-NR-003 / SC-NR-004||Nirvana||The Sermon On The Mount (2xCD, Unofficial)||Small Clone||SC-NR-003 / SC-NR-004||Japan||1996|
|none||Nirvana||The Sermon On The Mount part 2 (Cass, Unofficial)||Global Music||none||Russia||Unknown|
|none||Nirvana||The Sermon On The Mount part 1 (Cass, Unofficial)||Global Music||none||Russia||1997|
|none||Nirvana||The Sermon On The Mount part 2 (Cass, Unofficial)||Global Music||none||Russia||1997|
Aragon Ballroom - Chicago, IL United States 10-23-93 The complete show. The last track is something you won't find anywhere else. The last track is a phone message recording of Kurt Cobain. The tape is a tad slow, but you can tell it's Kurt.
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The unity of the Sermon on the Mount is further reinforced if we remember that the Lord was addressing his followers and not a throng of hecklers, unbelievers, and idly curious folk. At the outset, Matthew says that the Lord, seeing the multitude, went up into a mountain; and when his disciples came unto him, he taught them. Could the Lord be talking to anyone else but his disciples whose identification with him will spell inevitable persecution from the world? Once we understand that Jesus is speaking to believers and that he is teaching them how to live according to the law of the gospel that has replaced the law of Moses, then we can see the unity of the Sermon on the Mount. In no way can it be dismissed as an assemblage of irrelevant, moral platitudes (certainly baptism in the name of the Lord and the promise of the Holy Ghost are more than ethical matters).
Matthew 5 English Standard Version (ESV). The Sermon on the Mount. 5 Seeing the crowds, he went up on the mountain, and when he sat down, his disciples came to him. The Beatitudes. 39 But I say to you, Do not resist the one who is evil. But if anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to him the other also. 40 And if anyone would sue you and take your tunic, let him have your cloak as well. 41 And if anyone forces you to go one mile, go with him two miles.
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In Christianity, the Sermon on the Plain refers to a set of teachings by Jesus in the Gospel of Luke, in 6:17–49. This sermon may be compared to the longer Sermon on the Mount in the Gospel of Matthew. Luke 6:12–20a details the events leading to the sermon. In it, Jesus spent the night on a mountain praying to God. Two days later, he gathered his disciples and selected 12 of them, whom he named Apostles.
In St. Matthew’s Gospel, the giving of the Sermon on the Mount is given on a mount like Moses. Moses went up to the mountain, and the people couldn’t go with Moses. Moses spoke face-to-face with God, and then he came down and told what God told. In the New Testament, it’s very different. Jesus still goes onto a mount, but He speaks for Himself. Not like the scribes and Pharisees, He speaks on His own authority, because He’s God Son. He’s God’s Word.
This "Sermon on the Mount" outlines the right ways for us to approach God and to deal with other people. The Beatitudes (5:3-12). Jesus said the truly fortunate people are those who are rich in the things that matter to God, not those who have money, power, popularity or fame. Do we really have to live the way Jesus taught in the Sermon on the Mount? Isn't it too hard for anybody to really do those things? Isn't it good enough just to obey the Ten Commandments?
Jesus’s Sermon Is Radical but Not Entirely New. Out of respect for Jesus, we often assume his message was a lightning bolt of novel and wonderful things never heard by humanity before. The Sermon on the Mount is a lightning bolt. It’s direct revelation from God, coming from the mouth of the incarnate Word himself.