“Jesus wouldn’t get 43 seconds if he came back today,” said Lessenberry. “And it’s just plain whack to expect anyone to say something profound about the world economy in that amount of time.”
I disagree whole-heartedly. Now more than ever profound would sell, if someone came forth with something profound to say. Jesus, or any messianic figure, ties into universal truths and brings them back into crystal clarity at a time where survival has become the focus rather than substance. Like today, oddly enough.
Messages like that always resonate because they don't need to be hammered into the collective consciousness - they're already there. We just need to be reminded of them.
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