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Walk to Emmaus

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    In reading Jesus words on the road to Emmaus, “Ought not Christ to have suffered these things, and to enter into his glory?” (Luke 24:26) it occurred to me that not only was he saying, should not the scriptures have been fulfilled, but would these disciples have him miss the privilege of going through the crucifixion, however horrific, unscathed, much as Mrs. Eddy refers to, “the exalting ordeal of sin’s revenge on its destroyer” (SH 48:13-14). What a wonderful, thought provoking lesson.

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