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Going Incognito in This World

Charles Spurgeon
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When a king is journeying through a foreign country, he does not wear his crown or the rest of his regalia; he often travels incognito. Even when he reaches his own country, he does not put on his royal robes for fools to admire at every village fair. He is not a puppet king, strutting upon the stage…
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