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Matthew 23:1 - 23:4

Gospel of Matthew
Gospel of MatthewSteve Gregg

In this speech, Steve Gregg discusses the book of Matthew, specifically chapter 23, where Jesus condemns the religious leaders of the time. Gregg explains that Jesus's words apply to the entire category of religious leaders, even if there may have been a few exceptions. He also emphasizes the importance of leaders following the Word of God and not just their own actions. Finally, he notes that Jesus called for repentance from sin, not just physical acts of burden.

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