Matthew 11:7 - 11:10
In Matthew 11:7-10, Jesus speaks about John the Baptist, who was not a typical religious leader. John wore rough clothing made of camel's hair and lived in the wilderness, eating locusts and wild honey. Jesus highlights that John's ministry was characterized by a lack of doubt and a violent force towards the kingdom of heaven. Thus, John was not a dime a dozen leader, but a unique prophet who defied societal norms. Ultimately, Jesus reminds his followers that they too are children of the King and should not focus on material wealth or luxurious clothing.