To those familiar with the life and works of Jesus Christ, the accounts of the treatment he received at the hands of his persecutors seem almost incredible, and we are astonished that one whose only work was doing good, and whose life was a constant self-sacrifice should receive such treatment. Especially when we read of the crucifixion, do we feel pity for his enemies whose blindness and hardness of heart caused them to put to such a death their best friend.
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