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Matthew 5:21 - 5:30 (Part 2)

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Gospel of MatthewSteve Gregg

In this continuation of his studies on Matthew 5:21-30, Steve Gregg emphasizes the importance of following Jesus' teachings rather than relying solely on the belief in salvation by grace. Gregg argues that rejecting Christ and His teachings results in worse punishment than the rejection of Moses' law. He cautions against allowing the concept of grace to become an excuse for not obeying Jesus. Gregg stresses the significance of repenting and changing one's ways to live a new life under Jesus' Lordship.

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