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\Matthew 26:17 - 26:25

Gospel of Matthew
Gospel of MatthewSteve Gregg

In this passage, Steve Gregg reads from Matthew chapter 26 and notes that the account is greatly compressed without much detail. He explains that although the stories leave open the possibility of miracles, they do not necessarily imply it. Gregg also highlights the humility of the disciple who asks Jesus whether he will be the one to betray him, recognizing that he could fall despite his commitment to God. Finally, he notes that Judas' betrayal and subsequent suicide fulfill prophecy and that while he may have lost, it is never too late for others to turn back to God.

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