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Matthew 14:13 - 14:21

Gospel of Matthew
Gospel of MatthewSteve Gregg

In Matthew 14:13-21, Steve Gregg discusses the miracle where Jesus feeds a crowd of 5,000 men, along with women and children, with just five small loaves of bread and two fish. Gregg points out the importance of this miracle in demonstrating Jesus' ability to provide for his followers in miraculous ways, and notes that attempts to explain away such miracles as mere coincidences or natural events miss the point. Rather, this miracle and others like it serve as reminders of Jesus' power and authority, both to satisfy physical needs and to nourish the soul.

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