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The New Birth

Man's body should be free from all that disturbs and annoys. The equilibrium of his divine poise should be perfect. Pain, distortion, and disease should be unknown to him, and they would be if he understood the power of the Christ's Resurrection; but so long as the masses observe merely the historical event, taking no thought for its lesson in the soul, they must remain in their limitations and bondage. "It is the Spirit that quickeneth; the flesh profits nothing," and until we receive the Spirit, we shall still remain in the thraldom of the flesh.

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