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A Hindu Saint's Understanding of Jesus Christ 
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I thought these words by Swami Chidananda Saraswati about Jesus Christ would have some meaning today. Swamiji was not just a Hindu saint, he was an universal saint. He was a man lost in the love of God; he preached the universal principles of religion; he never had a negative word for any of God's children.

"The relevance of the teachings of Jesus is not merely
the church nor merely the words of the Bible. The
relevance of the teachings of Jesus is the fact that
He is an ever-present Presence, that He is an eternal
witness, a companion who walks by us, who lives with
us and who notes every movement, every thought, within
and without us. It is this presence of His divine
personality that has outlived His own contemporary
times and is powerfully present."

Swami Chidananda Saraswati (1916-2008)

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Thank you Luis. Always Good to hear from you and to read your posts.


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