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Matthew 6:1 - 6:4

Gospel of Matthew
Gospel of MatthewSteve Gregg

In this talk, Steve Gregg focuses on Matthew 6:1-4 and the importance of giving to the poor without seeking recognition or admiration. Jesus warns against performing charitable deeds for the sake of others' opinions, as this will result in no reward from God. He emphasizes the need for giving generously without self-consciousness, as the ultimate goal should be to love and serve God and others, rather than acquiring a reputation or status within a community.

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