Obedient Unto Death

March 2010
America;3/22/2010, Vol. 202 Issue 9, p39
The article discusses the author's views on how to avoid sufferings and distress by throwing light on the life of Lord Jesus Christ. It states that in the payer of Gethsemane, Lord Jesus Christ is kneeling in the upright direction and not lying on the ground. He can see the results of his staying in the same direction. As per the author, Lord Jesus Christ was unique and the sufferings that happened to him would not happened to any person.


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