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[Rev. Frank N. Riale, Ph.D., D.D., in Christian Work and Evangelist.]

No one can read the New Testament without seeing, as clear as a beam of sunlight, that the threefold purpose of Jesus in his earth-coming was to forgive all sins, to heal all manner of diseases, and to grant unto his followers the gift of the Holy Ghost. His very name makes clear the first great purpose, they shall "call him Jesus: for he shall save his people from their sins." His whole life-work proclaimed the second, "He went about ... healing all manner of sickness." The third was the sole theme of his last days, when he turned over and over again kaleidoscopically the wonderful message of the Comforter whom he would send unto them, who, when he should come, would lead them into all truth, and would bring Christ's joy into their hearts and make their joy forever full.

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