The Most Amazing Man in History
- Supplement to Lesson 13
He was a real man who lived and walked
and worked with real people. Historical records tell about His
life and His death. There are more pages of original and
duplicated vellums of ancient manuscripts about this man and his
life and sayings than can be found in regard to any other man of
ancient history. Collections of these manuscripts are to be found
scattered throughout the major libraries and historical archives
of the world. Scholars trained in this field, called New
Testament studies, have spent lifetimes in careful analysis of
these materials--and the Man that these records speak about.
The ages have come and gone and this
Man stands out from among all others. There was a purity within
His life that changed men who came in contact with Him. And it
has changed others since then, as well. Men discovering Him have
gladly lived and laid down their lives for Him--and this often by
cruel deaths. But it has mattered not, because of that which He
did within their lives. This is the secret of His influence--the
happiness and power to live clean lives that He could grant to
men and women.
This is the secret of what He can do
for you. He changes men. He can do for you that which you cannot
do for yourself. He can help you live a pure, self-controlled
life, a happy, contented life.
Just now, take a few minutes to read
what others have said about Him--the most amazing Man in all
recorded time. They want to introduce you to the only Man in
history who can radically lift you--and change you--for the
During the public ministry of
Jesus Christ upon the earth, the following description of His
person was sent by Publius Lentulus, President of Judea, to the
Senate of Rome. It is from an ancient manuscript:
"There lives a man of singular
character, whose name is Jesus Christ, in Judea. The
barbarians esteem Him as a prophet, but His own followers
adore Him as the immediate offspring of the Immortal God. He
is endowed with such unparalleled virtue as to call the dead
from their graves, and to heal every kind of disease with a
word or touch. This Person is tall and elegantly shaped; His
aspect is amiable and reverent; His hair flows into those
beautiful shades which no united color can match, falling
into graceful curves below His ears, agreeable couching upon
His shoulders, and parting on His head like the head of a Nazarite. His forehead is smooth and large; His cheeks
without either spot, save that of a lovely red; His nose is
smooth and formed with exquisite symmetry; His beard is thick
and of a color suitable to the hair of His head, reaching the
middle like a fork. He rebukes with majesty commands with
mildness, and invites with the most tender and persuasive
language; His whole address, in deed or word being elegantly
graceful and characteristic of so exalted a being. No man has
ever seen Him laugh, but many have seen Him weep, and so
persuasive are His tears that the multitude cannot withhold
theirs from joining in sympathy with His. He is very
temperate, modest and wise, and in short, whatever this
phenomenon may turn out in the end, He seems at present from
His excellent bearing and Divine perfection, in every way
surpassing the children of men."
--The Sword and the Trowel.
"Will Jesus ever be surpassed? Nineteen hundred
years have passed, and his equal has not risen. This is not true
of the world's other great ones. Every generation produces
geniuses worthy to be compared with those who have gone before.
It can be said of no one man, 'He stands alone; he has no rival;
no equal; no superior.' But this is true of Jesus. Nineteen
hundred years, instead of diminishing His greatness, have
--Editor, The Los Angeles Times.
"The life of Christ, the holiest among the mighty and the
mightiest among the holy, has lifted with its pierced hands
empires off their hinges and turned the stream of centuries out
of their channel and still governs the ages."
--Jean Paul Richter.
Henry Morgenthau--"The greatest
personality in human history is Jesus. We shall never escape from
war but by following His teaching."
Horace Bushnell--"His character
forbids possible classification with men."
A Hindu Professor in S. India--"My
study of modern history has shown me that there is a moral pivot,
and that more and more the best life of the East is revolving
round it. That pivot is Jesus Christ."
A Brahmo-Samajist--"There is no one
else seriously bidding for the heart of the world except Jesus
Christ. There is no one else in the field."
Benjamin Franklin--"Christ's system of
morals and religion as He left them to us is the best the world
has seen or is likely to see."
Ernest Renan--"He is the incomparable
Man to whom the universal conscience has decreed the title of Son
of God, and that with justice." (Renan was a French infidel,
a philosopher and historian acknowledged to be the first man of
letters of his day).
Daniel Webster--"I believe Jesus
Christ to be the Son of God. That which He wrought establish in
my mind His personal authority and render it proper for me to
believe what He asserts."
Professor Simpson, M.D., D.Sc., President
of the Royal College of Physicians, said in his final address to
"I do not know in what mood of
pessimism I might have stood before you today had it not been
that, ere the dew of youth had dried from off me, I made
friends with the sinless Son of Man who is the well-Head of
the stream that vitalizes all advancing civilization and who
claims to be the First and the Last, and the Living One who
was dead and is alive for evermore."
Josephus lived at the time of Christ and
died after He did. A well-known historian of the First Century
A.D., here is what Josephus wrote about Jesus the Christ:
"Now there was about this time
Jesus, a wise man, if it be lawful to call him a man, for he
was a doer of wonderful works--a teacher of such men as
receive truth with pleasure. He drew over to him both many of
the Jews and many of the Gentiles. He was (the) Christ; and
when Pilate, at the suggestion of the principal men amongst
us had condemned him to the cross, those that loved him at
the first did not forsake him, for he appeared to them alive
again the third day, as the divine prophets had foretold
these and ten thousand other wonderful things concerning him;
and the tribe of Christians, so named after him, are not
extinct at this day."
--Josephus, Antiquities, Book xviii.
Socrates taught for forty years, Plato for
fifty, Aristotle for forty, and Jesus for only three; yet those
three years infinitely transcend in influence the combined one
hundred and thirty years of teaching of Socrates, Plato, and
Aristotle, three of the greatest men of all antiquity. Jesus
painted no pictures; yet the paintings of Raphael, Michelangelo,
and Leonardo da Vinci received their inspiration from Him. Jesus
wrote no poetry; but Dante, Milton, and scores of the world's
greatest poets were inspired by Him. Jesus composed no music;
still Haydn, Handel, Beethoven, Bach, and Mendelssohn reached
their highest perfection of melody in the hymns, symphonies, and
oratorios written in His praise. Thus every sphere of human
greatness has been incomparably enriched by the humble carpenter
of Nazareth. But His unique contribution to the race of men is
the salvation of the soul. Philosophy could not accomplish
that--nor art--nor literature--nor music. Only Jesus Christ can
break the power of sin; only He can speak "power into the
strengthless soul, and life into the dead." The world
admires Christ afar off. Some adopt Him as their example and try
to pattern their lives after His. A few open the door of their
hearts and invite Him in to be their Saviour.
Though Christ a thousand times in
Bethlehem be born,
If He's not born in thee,
thy soul is still forlorn.
--Bible In New York.
His birth was contrary to the laws of life.
His death was contrary to the laws of
He had no cornfields or fisheries but He
could spread a table for five thousand and have bread and fish to
spare. He walked on no beautiful carpets or velvet rugs, but He
walked on the waters of the Sea of Galilee and they supported
Three years He preached His Gospel. He
wrote no book, built no church house, had no monetary backing.
But after nineteen hundred years, He is the one central character
of human history, the Pivot around which the events of the ages
revolve, and the only Regenerator of the human race.
--Sunday School Times.
Tacitus, the Roman writer, has attested the
existence of Jesus Christ, the reality of his personage, his
public accusation and execution under the administration of
Pontius Pilate, the temporary check this gave to the progress of
His religion, its revival a short time after His death, and its
progress over the land of Judaea and right to Rome itself.
--Dr. T. Chalmers.
It has been said that History is His story,
and His story is History. Outside the Bible there are several
secular writers who make mention of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Tacitus--in Book XV, Ch. 44--writing in
A.D. 114, tells us that the founder of the Christian religion,
Jesus Christ, was put to death by Pontius Pilate in the reign of
the Roman Emperor, Tiberius.
Pliny the Younger wrote a letter to the
Emperor Trajan on the subject of Christ and Christians (Book
Josephus, the Jewish historian, writing
A.D. 90, has a short biographical note on Jesus Who is called
Christ in his "Antiquities"--Book XVIII, Ch. III,
The Babylonian Talmud makes mention of
"But neither by human aid, nor by the
costly largesses by which he attempted to propitiate the gods,
was the prince [Nero] able to remove from himself the infamy
which had attached to him in the opinion of all, for having
ordered the conflagration [of Rome]. To suppress this rumor,
therefore, Nero caused others to be accused, on whom he inflicted
exquisite torments, who were already hated by the people for
their crimes, and were commonly called Christians. This name they
received from Christ, their leader, who in the reign of Tiberius
was put to death as a criminal, while Pontius Pilate was
procurator. This destructive superstition, repressed for a while,
again broke out and spread not only through Judea where it
originated, but reached this city [Rome] also" (Annals, book
15, par. 44).
Suetonius, who also lived in the first
century, refers to Christ when speaking about the Emperor
Claudius: "He [Claudius] banished the Jews from Rome who
were continually raising disturbances, Christ being their
leader." Concerning the life of Nero, Suetonius writes:
"Christians were punished, a sort of men of a new and
magical religion" (The Lives of the Caesars, book 5, pars.
About AD 110 Pliny the Younger, who was the
Roman proconsul in Bithynia, wrote to the Emperor Trajan telling
him about interesting affairs in his provinces. He tells of the
rapid growth of Christians and how they met to sing hymns
composed to their leader, Christ. This account is found in book
10, letter 97, of his collected letters.
So we see that to these three well-known
secular historians and to government officials of the first and
early second centuries, Christ and the Christians were realities.
Said Mohandas K. Gandhi, "I believe that Jesus
belongs not solely to Christianity, but to the entire
Said a dissolute, discouraged college youth
who had come to the end of himself, "I'm not seeking answers
anymore. I'm seeking Jesus Christ!"
"And ye shall seek me, and find me,
when ye shall search for me with all your heart" (Jer.
"The three short years of the public
ministry of Jesus have done more to soften and regenerate mankind
than all the moralizing of all the moralists, and all the
philosophizing of all the philosophers since the world
High up on the cliffs overlooking a noble
river, like the Orontes or the Rhine or the Hudson, you will see
some great out jutting rock. From century to century the rock has
remained the same, while the river beneath it has changed with
ever-moment of its flow. So the stream of time and of history,
ever changing, flows past the changeless Christ, the Rock of
Thousands upon thousands who have followed Christ
through all the pilgrimage of life are on record as saying what
John Bunyan said in those beautiful and in comparable words:
"I have loved to hear my Lord spoken of; and wherever I have
seen the print of His shoe in the earth there I have coveted to
set my foot too. His name has been to me as a civet-box yea,
sweeter than all perfumes. - And His countenance I have more
desired than they that have most desired the light of the
He who is the Bread of Life began His
ministry hungering. He who is the Water of Life ended His
ministry thirsting. Christ hungered as man, and fed the hungry as
God. He was weary, and yet He is our rest. He paid tribute, and
yet He is the King. He was called a devil, and cast out
devils. He prayed, and yet He hears prayer. He wept, and He
dries our tears. He was sold for thirty pieces of silver, and
redeems the world. He was led as a lamb to the slaughter, and is
the Good Shepherd. He died, and gave His life, and dying destroys
1. The world's Creator (John 1:1-3).
2. The world's Example (Matt. 16:24).
3. The world's Teacher (Matt 7:28, 29)
4. The world's Master (John 13:13).
5. The world's Saviour (Luke 19:10).
6. The world's Lord (Rom. 10:12).
7. The world's King (Rev. 11:15).
8. The world's Light (John 8:12).
9. The world's Life (John 14).
10. The world's Love (John 3:16).
Dr. Joseph Parker on one occasion referred
to the Unitarian conception of Jesus Christ as a great example
only, and then went on to say: "We have been to hear
Paderewski play. It was wonderful superb, magnificent. Then we
went home and looked at the piano. We would have sold it to the
first man who would have been fool enough to buy it. This is the
effect of your great examples upon us. I want not only a great
example, but great Saviour, one who can deliver me from my
weakness and my sins. To follow a good example in the future will
no blot out the black record of the past; we need the blood of
Christ's atoning sacrifice to accomplish that. To hear a
Paderewski play will not make us like a Paderewski. Could a
Paderewski incarnate himself within one, he could play like
himself. So the Christian life is not Christ and I, but Christ in
me. We need the Christ within to live the Christ without."
C. K. Lee, a native Christian leader of
China, was in this country a few years ago. One Sunday he spoke
in a modernistic church in California. At the conclusion of the
message, a young college student propounded this question,
"Why should we export Christianity to China when you have
Confucianism in your country?" "There are three
reasons," was the rejoinder. "First of all, Confucius
was a teacher and Christ is a Saviour. China needs a Saviour more
than she needs a teacher. In the second place, Confucius is dead
and Christ is alive. China needs a living Saviour. In the third
place, Confucius is some day going to stand before Christ to be
judged by Him. China needs to know Christ as Saviour before she
meets Him as Judge."
--Triumphs of Faith.
At a fork in the road, the missionary with his Mohammedan
friends paused to consider which fork of the road to take. The
missionary seized the opportunity - seeing a tomb alongside the
road (there are often tombs of holy men along road sides in that
country), he said, "Let us go to the tomb and ask the dead
man the direction."
The Mohammedans looked at the missionary in
amazement, "Why should we ask a dead man directions when we
can go to yonder house with living people in it who can tell us
where the road leads?"
"Exactly!" said the missionary.
"That is why we can ask Jesus Christ the way of life . . .
He is living . . . Mohammed is dead."
--Donald Grey Barnhouse.
A Hindu once wrote: "It is an
interesting thing that though there have been Mohammedans in
India for a thousand years you never hear a Hindu say, 'I wish
that you were more like Mohammed.' We have known Christianity a
quarter of that time, but there is no educated Hindu who would
not say to any Christian, "I wish that you were more like
--The Glory Christian.
H. G. Wells said, "Christ is the most unique Person
of history. No man can write a history of the human race without
giving the foremost place to the penniless teacher of
Dr. Arnold Toynbee, famed historian, said,
"As we stand and gaze with our eyes fixed upon the farther
shore of history, a straightway fills the whole horizon. There
stands the Saviour!"
Said Henry Drummond, "Ten minutes
spent in Christ's presence, even two minutes if it be face to
face and heart to heart, will make the whole life
Observing the boldness of Peter and John in
the long ago, some "marvelled; and . . . took knowledge of
them, that they had been with Jesus" (Acts 4:13).
The Encyclopedia Britannica use 20,000 words to tell
about Jesus, and never hints that He did not exist. This is more
words than the Britannica allows for Aristotle, Alexander the
Great, Cicero, Julius Caesar, or Napoleon Bonaparte. H. G. Wells
blasphemed Jesus, yet he felt compelled to discuss Jesus on ten
pages in his Outline of History and never questioned that a man
named Jesus did live.
"Jesus" is a precious name to all
believers because it always reminds us that He is the Saviour. It
was the name given to Him by God when He came into this world. It
teaches us the purpose of His incarnation. It is His human name
reminding us that He who is God also became man. Peter made much
of this name in the healing of the crippled beggar, and declared
that there is no other name sufficient for our salvation.
A few years ago a group of distinguished
historians amused themselves by writing a book called If, or
History Rewritten. Among these historians were Van Loon,
Maurois, Belloc, Chesterton, and Ludwig. Some of the
"ifs" which they discussed were these: If Lee had not
lost the Battle of Gettysburg; If the Moors in Spain had won; If
the Dutch had kept New Amsterdam; If Louis XVI had an atom of
firmness; If Booth had missed Lincoln; If Napoleon had escaped to
America. The attempt to reconstruct the past on the ground of
these hypotheses and to imagine what might have been was indeed
an interesting intellectual enterprise. But there are no
"ifs" in history.
The greatest fact of history is the
incarnation of God in Jesus Christ; and therefore the greatest
"if"--the greatest possible imagination--would be
"If Christ had not come." Such an "if" is
almost too staggering for our minds. It is like imagining the
world without a sunrise, or the heavens without a sky. Try to
think of your own life without Christ. "If I had not come .
. . " (John 15:22).
Said Betrand Russell, famed philosopher and
iconoclast, "In this strange and insecure world where no one
knows whether he will be alive tomorrow, and where ancient states
vanish like morning mists, it is not easy for those who, in
youth, were accustomed to ancient solidities to believe that what
they are now experiencing is a reality and not a transient
nightmare. Very little remains of institutions and ways of life
that when I was a child appeared as indestructible as
"Change and decay in all around (we)
see," but Jesus Christ is "the same yesterday, and
today, and for ever" (Heb. 13:8) Of Him the imperishable
Word of God says, "Thou remainest" (Heb. 1:11).
In Christ now meet both East & West
In Him meet South and North,
All Christly souls are one in Him,
Throughout the whole wide earth.
He was born contrary to the laws of
nature, lived in poverty, was reared in obscurity, and only once
crossed the boundary of the land--in childhood. He had no wealth
or influence, and had neither training nor education in the
world's schools. His relatives were inconspicuous and uninfluential.
In infancy He startled a king; in boyhood
He puzzled the learned doctors; in manhood He ruled the course of
nature. He walked upon the billows and hushed the sea to sleep.
He healed the multitudes without medicine and made no charge for
His services. He never wrote a book, yet all the libraries of the
country could not hold the books that have been written about
Him. He never wrote a song, yet He has furnished the theme for
more songs than all song writers together. He never founded a
college yet all the schools together cannot boast of as many
students as He has. He never practiced medicine, and yet He
healed more broken hearts than the doctors have healed broken
He is the Star of astronomy, the Rock of
geology, the Lion and the Lamb of zoology, the Harmoniser of all
discords and the Healer of all diseases. Great men have come and
gone, yet He lives on. Herod could not kill Him: Satan could not
seduce Him: death could not destroy Him: the grave could not hold
He was rich yet for our sake became poor.
How poor? Ask Mary. Ask the wise men. He slept in another's
manger: He cruised the lake in another's boat: He rode on another
man's ass: He was buried in another man's tomb. He is the ever
perfect One, The Chiefest among ten thousand. He is altogether
--Selected and slightly abridged.
Christ's Last Will and Testament--He left
His purse to Judas; His body to Joseph of Arimathea; His mother
to John; His clothes to the soldiers; His peace to His disciples;
His supper to His followers; Himself as an example and as a
servant; His Gospel to the world; His presence always with God's
"Pharisees, with what would ye
"He eateth with publicans and sinners."
"And you, Caiaphas, what have you to say of Him?"
"He is a blasphemer, because He said, "Hereafter ye
shall see the Son of Man sitting on the right hand of power and
coming in the clouds of heaven."
"Pilate, what is your opinion?"
"I find no fault in this Man."
"And you, Judas, who have sold your Master for silver--have
you some fearful charge to hurl against Him?"
"I have sinned, in that I have betrayed innocent Blood.
"And you, centurion and soldiers, who led Him to the Cross,
what have you to say against Him?"
"Truly this was the Son of God."
"And you, demons?"
"He is the Son of God."
"John the Baptist, what think you of Christ?"
"Behold the Lamb of God."
"And you, John the Apostle?"
"He is the bright and morning Star."
"Peter, what say you of your Master?"
"Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God."
"And you, Thomas?"
"My Lord and my God."
"Paul, you have persecuted Him; what testify you against
"I count all things but loss for the excellency of the
knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord."
"Angels of Heaven, what think ye of Jesus?"
"Unto you is born a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord."
"And, Thou, Father in Heaven, who knowest all things?"
"This is My beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased."
Dear reader, what think you of Christ?
Was it merely the Son of Joseph and Mary, who crossed the
world's horizon nineteen hundred years ago? Was it merely human
blood that was spilled at Calvary's hill for the redemption of
sinners? What thinking man can keep from exclaiming: "My
Lord and My God!"
Two infidels once sat in a railroad train
discussing Christ's wonderful life. One of them said, "I
think an interesting romance could be written about Him."
The other replied, "And you are just the man to write it.
Set forth the correct view of His life and character. Tear down
the prevailing sentiment as to His divineness and paint Him as He
was --a man among men." The suggestion was acted upon and
the romance was written. The man who made the suggestion was
Colonel Ingersoll; the author was General Lew Wallace; and the
book was Ben Hur. In the process of constructing it he found
himself facing the unaccountable Man. The more he studied His
life and character the more profoundly he was convinced that He
was more than a man among men; until at length, like the
centurion under the cross, he was constrained to cry,
"Verily, this was the Son of God!"
--D. J. Burrell.
A number of prominent literary men were
assembled in a clubroom in London one day a number of years ago.
The conversation veered to a discussion of some of the
illustrious figures of the past, and one of the company suddenly
asked: "Gentlemen, what would we do if Milton were to enter
"Ah," replied one of the circle, "we would give
him such an ovation as might compensate for the tardy recognition
accorded him by the men of his day."
"And if Shakespeare entered?" asked another.
"We would arise and crown him master of song," was the
"And if Jesus Christ were to enter?" asked another.
"I think," said Charles Lamb amid an intense silence,
"we would all fall on our faces."
A father, reading his Sunday paper and wishing not to be
disturbed by his little girl, cut up a map of the world, gave it
to her, and told her to put it together. After awhile she
returned with it and every piece was in its place. The father was
very much surprised and said: "Why, how did you do it,
darling? You don't know anything about geography." The
little one replied, "There was a picture of Jesus on the
other side, and I knew when I had Jesus in the right place, the
whole world would be all right."
--Eight Bells, Haven of Rest.
I find the name of Jesus Christ written on
the top of every page of human history.
The life of Christ, the holiest of among
the mighty and the mightiest among the holy, has lifted with its
pierced hands empires off their hinges and turned the stream of
centuries out of its channel, and still governs the ages.
--Jean Paul Richter.
Christ is the great central fact of the
world's history. All lines of history converge upon Him. All the
great purposes of God culminate in Him.
I am far within the mark when I say that
all the armies that ever marched, and all the navies that ever
were built, and all the parliaments that ever sat, and all the
kings that ever reigned, put together, have not affected the life
of man upon this earth as powerfully as has that one solitary
life--the life of Christ.
The cry down through the ages is for
someone who can change man's heart and give him power to live
right and to put away his sins. The guilt that conscience speaks
of cannot be denied. Man was made by God to live morally right
and he can never be happy until he does.
But only that power which made man can
change him and restore to him the precious thought that he is as
clean as a baby in the sight of heaven. Read the story for
yourself--it is found in the Bible--in Matthew, Mark Luke and
John and the other books. Jesus Christ lived and died in order to
forgive your past sins and enable you by, His grace--instead of
returning to them--to live in obedience to the will and laws of
Jesus Christ lived and died to enable
you to obey the Ten Commandments. He alone can save you from sin
and empower you to live in harmony with the rules and standards
given in Holy Scripture.
Is this what you really want for your
life?--A changed life in Christ; a happy, obedient life in
Christ? Are you tired of trying and failing? Do you want a clean
conscience and a pure life? I believe that you do. Let me explain
for a moment how it can be yours.
Just now, wherever you may be, bow your
head and tell Him that you give Him everything that you have and
are. Surrender to Him your desires and your plans. Give Him all
that is left of your life and ask Him to take it and use it--for
the remainder of your years on earth. If necessary, find a quiet
place alone where you can do this. Shut the door on the world.
Take the time alone with Him to get the job done right. Don't
leave until it's done.
You went in poor and worn-out. You will
come out wealthy and with a purpose and peace you have not
experienced in years. Now you have all Heaven on your side. ln
the moment-by-moment strength of living in contact with Christ,
you can face life and conquer it. For you are no longer trying to
do it alone.
And then--equally important--for the
remainder of your life you must dedicate time every day to God.
Unless you read His inspired Word every day and pray to Him, you
will return to your old ways and the shattered life of earlier
years. And, amazingly, within a few days or weeks you will have
forgotten your Best Friend entirely. And when will be the next
time that you will decide to come back?
You dare not take that chance. Cling to
Him every day. Start each morning with Him. Walk with Him all day
long. You cannot have the peace and the power unless you spend
time with Him every day. And tell others what you have found. And
pray for them--everyone you know, everyone you meet, whether they
know Him already or not. And resist temptation and resist sin. It
will try to assert itself and come back. Don't be surprised at
this. But have nothing to do with it. And be careful of the old
worldly friends. Now is the time to choose real Christians for
your close friends. But let Jesus be the closest of them all. The
people we like to be with are the ones we become like. Choose the
best. It will mean a lot in the coming years.
And then go to church. Find one that
keeps all Ten of the Commandments--by faith in Jesus Christ. Over
the years I have discovered that, better than most, the
Seventh-day Adventist Church tries to maintain this balance of
obedience to the Bible through the enabling grace of Jesus
God bless you--and write me as you have
an opportunity. We have dozens of other tracts about Jesus and
Bible beliefs that you will like. Just ask for "tracts about
Jesus" when you write. I want to hear from you. I want to
pray with you and for you. We're not out of the world yet and we
need to work together for mutual strength and service for the
Master. Stay close to Jesus every day. You will find that there
is great strength in, by faith, keeping the eye fixed upon Him.
May God bless you every day.
Vance Ferrell, for
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