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Matthew 11:28 - 11:30

Gospel of Matthew
Gospel of MatthewSteve Gregg

In Matthew 11:28-30, Jesus invites those who are weary and burdened to come to Him for rest. The speaker explains that no one fully understands the nature of God and man in Christ. However, seeking and growing in knowledge of Jesus, loving and following Him is what makes someone a true disciple. Though there are burdens involved in following Jesus, He promises an easy yoke and a light burden, as it is not through our own strength but through Him that we carry these burdens.

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