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Jesus issues a compelling warning to those who would consider themselves a part of his Kingdom: A lifestyle of unbroken hypocritical self-righteousness may leave a person deceived as to their true spiritual state.
The resurrection of Jesus is the foundation for his presentation to the universe as the Son-of-God-in-power. Most importantly we should regard his resurrection and ascension as the means by which Christ receives his rightful exaltation.
The last of six examples of kingdom righteousness comes with four empowering reasons as to why we should love even our enemies.
Jesus explains how the principle of an "eye for an eye" prompts us to think about our rights as Kingdom citizens in a way that isn't natural to mankind. We are to be those who value what's best for the Kingdom higher than our personal rights.
Jesus uses the example of making oaths to illustrate the fact that true kingdom righteousness recognizes God to be our supreme audience, in whose view we live our lives.
Jesus uses an example of divorce and remarriage in the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5:31-32) to depict an aspect of true Kingdom righteousness, but it's such an important topic that we need to pause in order to understand our Lord's view of what marriage is.