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Behold The Man Who Takes Away Sin

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Behold The Man
Sermons And Object Lessons For Lent And Easter
G. K. Chesterton was once asked the question, ''Why did you join the church so late in life?'' He answered, ''To get rid of my sins.''1

That is a wonderful answer. It is still the solution for so many of the world's problems and the problems of people everywhere. So many of us know that there is something wrong, something which must be set right at some point along the way. And we want someone to set things right. Yet, many times we have the feeling that we cannot break through, cannot make the connection, cannot find the right formula.

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