If man had written the Gospels - say Shakespeare or Eugene O'Neill - the story of the gospel would have been drastically different... - Aiden Wilson Tozer Quotes
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Quote:If man had written the Gospels - say Shakespeare or Eugene O'Neill - the story of the gospel would have been drastically different. They would have placed the prince in halls and palaces and had him walking among the great. They would have had him surrounded by the important and significant of the time. Potentates and kings would have been His companions. But how sweetly common was the real God-man; though He had inhabited all eternity, He had come down and was subject to the rising and the setting of the sun. - Aiden Wilson Tozer Quotes


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