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Matthew 12:46 - 12:50

Gospel of Matthew
Gospel of MatthewSteve Gregg

In this session, Steve Gregg discusses Matthew 12:46-12:50, where Jesus refuses to see his mother and brothers. Gregg explains that although some may question Jesus' behavior, as he is the Son of God and can do no wrong, it is important to understand the cultural context of the time. He also touches on the importance of being related to Jesus through submission to God, rather than through blood ties. Overall, Gregg emphasizes the need to understand the biblical context when interpreting passages such as this one.

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