Jesus conceded many points in the face of prevalent...

Indianapolis (Ind.) Star

Jesus conceded many points in the face of prevalent customs and beliefs, and acted and spake always within the bounds of reason. He ate and drank, dressed and slept as other mortals; he accepted ministration to his material needs from those whom he blessed spiritually, but in so doing it could not justly be said that he compromised his doctrine of spiritual supremacy. On the other hand, he steadfastly maintained that the kingdom of God is not meat and drink; that they should "render therefore unto Caesar the things that are Caesar's." indeed, but also "unto God the things that are God's." "Your heavenly Father knoweth," said he, "that ye have need of these things," but "seek ye first the kingdom of God."

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AMONG THE CHURCHES
April 18, 1908
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