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Surely if Christ were passing along, as He passed through the streets of
Jerusalem and Capernaum in the days of His flesh, He would go out of His way
to take such poor children by the hand and put something nice into it. When we
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Soon He came to Nazareth, the place where he had been brought up to His 30th
year, when He dwelt in Capernaum, probably Peter's house. His heart yearned to
proclaim the New Kingdom to His old friends and neighbors. But it was a grave ...
... his interior, and there learned of a still more fearful malady — sin. Probably he
never realized that greater cure at the hands of Jesus. Verse 17. On a certain day
, after the cure of the leper, He seems to have returned to Capernaum. Matt. ii. 1.
He must have retired to this place in order to evade the curious, noisy,
persecuting crowd, not willing "to walk any more openly among the Jews." At this
period it was no easy matter for Him to find a quiet place. From the time He left
Remarks: — The events in the present lesson took place immediately after those
in the previous lesson, and that at Capernaum in Galilee. It was the popular
period of Christ's public ministry, when multitudes thronged to hear Him . Verse
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these words are true, there shall come a time when the lamb shall speak with the wolf and they will lay down together as bretheren and the lamb will eat the grass and the wolf shall only eat of the deer, and they shall be just and as one and all manner of things born of light and dark shall give themselves unto the lord and the son and the great holy spirit. And they shall love one another till the kingdom of peace is at it's end. And shall not do harm unto each other, but shall leave their way unto peace, and men shall shrink at the sight of them and shall not harm of one single hair upon their head until their work is done. These are the words of the guardians, if you fall by the way, pick yourselves up with the lord so that you may do his works. So saith the lord.