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Matthew 18:1 - 18:5 (Part 2)

Gospel of Matthew
Gospel of MatthewSteve Gregg

Steve Gregg discusses Matthew 18:1-5 in his sermon, emphasizing the importance of treating children with care and respect. He argues that neglecting or rejecting children is akin to rejecting Jesus himself, as small children are viewed as God's children. Gregg challenges the notion that having warm feelings towards children is enough, stating that taking care of them is an essential responsibility. He concludes by emphasizing that causing children to sin is a grave sin and should be avoided at all costs.

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