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Matthew 7 – Part A

Jesus called His followers to live differently from the world—a kingdom lifestyle. In our study of Matthew 7, Skip considers what kingdom living looks like in both our relationships with others and our relationship with God.

This teaching is from the series Sermon on the Mount.

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