Although the work of Jesus was world-wide and universal in the ultimate scope of its purpose, it was none the less immediate in its application to the conditions by which he was surrounded. His ministry, from beginning to end, was a supreme rebuke to the perverted ideals of that time, which he endeavored to dispel.
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