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The power to destroy all of your enemies.
The power to be the most important.
The power to show the world you are the ruler of all.
Hollywood often portrays powerful, vengeful people as heroes and winners. When you contemplate that Jesus had the power to destroy the world and all of his enemies, to end the lives of the men torturing and spitting on and mocking him, remember this: he didn’t retaliate.
As the old hymn says, “He could have called 10,000 angels to destroy the world, but he died alone, for you and me.”
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