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July 31, 2022 39 min

Jesus was always a great teacher, and one thing that made Him great (other than the fact that He’s the Son of God) was that He knew how to use visual aids to communicate His message. Jesus loved using visual aids in his teaching. So now, as we come to Matthew 16 in this message, you can just imagine what it must have been like as the disciples went through the gates and approached the center of this pagan city. I believe the account we are going to focus on today will show us the greatest field trip ever. And I say that because of four things that we see in this story. Let’s dive into those four things now.

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