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St. Timothy Anglican Church

St. Timothy Anglican Church

Moving the world by showing people the cross within us.
The Rev. Edward A. Fitzhugh
10:00 AM Sundays
4301 Meadowbrook Drive,
Fort Worth, TX 76103
edward_fitzhugh@yahoo.com
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Matthew 6:25–34 concludes this part of the Sermon on the Mount with Jesus’ teaching about anxiety. Even to the very poor, Jesus says not to worry about food or clothes. God feeds the birds and clothes the lilies beautifully, and His children are far more valuable than birds. Anxious emotions can’t add even an hour to a person’s life. Instead, Jesus tells His followers to trust God to provide what they truly need. The context of what we ”need,” however, is the will of God—which might look very different from what we would prefer (Matthew 5:3–12).

 

For a more detailed explanation select the link below.

 

“Matthew 6:33” Bibleref.com

What does Matthew 6:33 mean? | BibleRef.com

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Exodus 12 21
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