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Matthew 10:32 - 10:33

Gospel of Matthew
Gospel of MatthewSteve Gregg

Steve Gregg discusses Matthew 10:32-33, where Jesus says that whoever confesses Him before men will be confessed before the Father in heaven. Gregg emphasizes the importance of denying oneself and becoming a follower of Jesus, rather than being part of a routine initiation or religious system. He also mentions that even those who rebelled against God but turned their life to Christ and accepted Him as their Lord and Savior will have a defense attorney in Jesus when they face God in judgment. Gregg reminds the audience that being a true Christian requires surrendering oneself and becoming a follower of Jesus.

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