“For Paul, Jesus is the fulfillment of centuries of longing. He is the embodiment of the fulfillment of scripture. In the ways the world has of seeing, he is the son of David. From the point of view of the “spirit of holiness” he is the Son of God.”
The masks we wear, no matter how glamorous, just get in the way of living life.
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