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Matthew 6:1

Context
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“Be 1  careful not to display your righteousness merely to be seen by people. 2  Otherwise you have no reward with your Father in heaven.

XREF

De 24:13; 2Ki 10:16,31; Ps 112:9; Eze 33:31; Da 4:27; Zec 7:5; Zec 13:4; Mt 5:16; Mt 5:46; Mt 5:48; Mt 6:4,6; Mt 6:5,16; Mt 6:9; Mt 10:41,42; Mt 16:6; Mt 16:27; Mt 23:5,14,28-30; Mt 25:40; Mr 8:15; Lu 11:35; Lu 12:1,15; Lu 16:15; Joh 5:44; Joh 12:43; 1Co 9:17,18; 2Co 9:9,10; Ga 6:12; Heb 2:1; Heb 6:10; Heb 11:26; 2Jo 1:8

NET © Notes

tc ‡ Several mss (א L Z Θ Ë1 33 892 1241 1424 al) have δέ (de, “but, now”) at the beginning of this verse; the reading without δέ is supported by B D W 0250 Ë13 Ï lat. A decision is difficult, but apparently the conjunction was added by later scribes to indicate a transition in the thought-flow of the Sermon on the Mount. NA27 has δέ in brackets, indicating reservations about its authenticity.

tn Grk “before people in order to be seen by them.”



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