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Matthew 6:25 - 6:34

Gospel of Matthew
Gospel of MatthewSteve Gregg

In this lecture, Steve Gregg discusses Matthew 6:25-34 and the issue of anxiety. Jesus instructs his followers to not worry about food, clothing, or tomorrow, arguing that worrying will not make things better. Gregg reminds his listeners that God has already done remarkable and difficult things for them, and He will provide for their needs according to His riches and glory. Gregg further emphasizes that worrying is simply fretting and is not beneficial, and that Christians should trust in God's provision for their lives.

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