AT a time in Jesus' experience when he desired to be apart for quiet communion and spiritual refreshment, the multitude followed him, and lovingly and unselfishly he turned at once to minister to their needs. He taught them many wonderful things, he healed their sick, then he fed them; thus exercising the dominion bestowed upon man by unwavering recognition of the omnipotent and omnipresent goodness of God.
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