• Probably neither, if you're refering to the Sermon on the Mount or the Sermon on the Plain. Those are recorded as example sermons; he probably spoke the same type of sermon many multiple times, since every place he went there would be different people listening to him. His "First" sermon probably isn't recorded; at his first miracle, he already has disciples (John...2 I believe). So, the first sermons would have been even before that! After his Baptism and Temptation in the Desert, the Bible says Jesus came preaching repentance. That's the closest we have to his first sermon.
  • In the Temple? Which would be: on a mountain.
  • The same place where he delivers everything: Imagination Land.
  • By sermon, what do you mean? If you want to find out I suggest you read the book of Matthew. Its the most complete book of the life of Jesus. There are lots of parables, Jesus didn't deliver sermons as you as you or I understand them. The Bible doesn't talk about Jesus's sermons. It just says things like "Jesus was in a crowd of people" or "Jesus said to his apostles." It doesn't specify who. The closest we get to a sermon by Jesus is when he is defending himself to Pilate. There is also the Last Supper. There are also numerous healings and some words to John the Baptist.
  • Jesus’ first sermon was at the synagogue on the Sabbath Day. His first public speech announced His ministry. Luke 4:16-17 "And He came to Nazareth, where He had been brought up. And as was His custom, He went to the synagogue on the Sabbath Day, and He stood up to read. 17 And the scroll of the prophet Isaiah was given to Him. He unrolled the scroll and found the place where it was written,"

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