Jesus contrasts His blessings to the poor, hungry, and weeping with a warning for the rich, full, and happy. He has a long list of ethical demands for His disciples that seem contrary to everything that comes naturally. Does anyone do these things? What is Jesus really getting at in this text? Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen!
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