Noting the boredom on the faces of two visitors to his late-teens Christian Science Sunday School class, the teacher began by asking: "What do you think we would do if Christ Jesus came walking down the road outside as we walked up it—not dressed in a robe, with flowing hair and beard, but as well dressed by today's standards as he was in his day?" Then he answered his own question, somewhat along the following lines: "If our eyes were turned to the gutter, we would never even see him. But if we looked at him, we'd probably do what many did in his day—be immediately amazed.
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