PAUL'S WAY TO ROME

Truly he loved his fellowmenthis zealous one, this Saulbecome Paul in a moment of revelation:a moment of light that shoneon his darkened zeal,illuming his way and the paths he chose,and the roads that led to Romeand to future Romes of earth.Hearing, he heard andseeing, he saw: then walked—walked with true zeal and sight,the Appian Way to Rome.Christlike his faith; true visionwinged his steps over harddespotic stones of pride and sin—now hot, now cold. How purethe gratitude through which to seetheir falseness! to see in their steadfoundation stones for purer lives,foundations that he, himself, must lay—could lay with understanding now—teaching the Master's way of love:this way Paul took to Rome.

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