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Matthew 5:7 - 5th Beatitude

Gospel of Matthew
Gospel of MatthewSteve Gregg

In this talk, Steve Gregg discusses the fifth beatitude from Matthew 5, focusing on the theme of compassion. He emphasizes the importance of being moved by compassion towards others, as this is a key aspect of Jesus' teachings. Gregg also explains that how we treat others will ultimately be measured back to us. He concludes by emphasizing the importance of forgiveness and humbly seeking God's mercy.

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