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The Sermon on the Mount is a set of statements by Jesus of Nazareth that fully clarify his most significant moral statements and duties anywhere in the bible. The Sermon is found in Matthew 5-7. Perhaps the most people quoted part of the Sermon on the Mount are the Beatitudes which list those who are blessed, including the poor, the meek, and the children. The Sermon on the Mount, according to Matthew, then goes on to introduce the Lord's Prayer, the request to "turn the other cheek", and the "do unto others as you would have them do unto you".

Luke has an abbrievated version of the Sermon on the Mount, including a shorter version of the Beatitudes.

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