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"Christ Jesus' innocence was his strength."
Christ Jesus' innocence was his strength, enabling him to forgive his tormentors. How? I imagine his innocence was rather like a window through which his love could shine. It let him see that those soldiers were driven by forces they didn't understand and were propelled into such acts by their very lack of understanding.
Your healing, and your response to mindless acts, springs directly from that caring, gentle, yet strong innocence which you so beautifully expressed.
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with contributions from Laura Remmerde, Nancy C. Belote, Thomas J. Verret, Henry Louis Michel, Uerla Coone
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