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Philemon’s Problem: The Daily Dilemma of the Christian

Burtchaell, James T. | ACTA Foundation, 1973


pp. 44 - 45

“Jesus was curiously unpreoccupied about the future of those who believed through him. His attention went rather to those who were deprived: to the running sores of the leper; to the milky, sightless eye; to the dragging, withered leg; to the slack-mouthed village idiot; to the shrunken belly; even to the dead man in the grave. With all these he shared life as they had need.”