WHEN Jesus said to his followers, "Ye are the light of the world," he did not refer to any human quality or characteristic, but to the spiritual understanding which had begun to dispel the darkness of material belief and to make plain the way of salvation from all evil. For centuries the people had been watching and waiting for that which would deliver them from the bondage of the oppressor.
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