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Commentaries for Matthew Chapter 6

Against hypocrisy in almsgiving.

Our Lord next warned against hypocrisy and outward show in religious duties...
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Against hypocrisy in prayer.

It is taken for granted that all who are disciples of Christ pray...
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How to pray.

Christ saw it needful to show his disciples what must commonly be the matter and method of their prayer...
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Respecting fasting.

Religious fasting is a duty required of the disciples of Christ, but it is not so much a duty itself, as a means to dispose us for other duties...
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Evil of being worldly-minded.

Worldly-mindedness is a common and fatal symptom of hypocrisy, for by no sin can Satan have a surer and faster hold of the soul, under the cloak of a profession of religion...
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Trust in God commended.

There is scarcely any sin against which our Lord Jesus more warns his disciples, than disquieting, distracting, distrustful cares about the things of this life...
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