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Matthew 12:22 - 12:28

Gospel of Matthew
Gospel of MatthewSteve Gregg

Steve Gregg discusses Matthew 12:22-28 where Jewish leaders questioned the source of Jesus' power, suggesting he was operating under the power of Satan. However, there were undeniable supernatural acts occurring that suggested Jesus was the Messiah. Gregg notes that Jesus did not necessarily know everything, as he was limited in his human form. Nevertheless, the Holy Spirit operates through the church today. The speaker suggests that while there are people who are enemies of one another, it is important to apply critical thinking and come to our conclusion.

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