There was a time, at the dawn of the world, when the Lord God walked in the garden in the cool of the day. But Adam, the man in the story, hid himself among the trees. “Where are you?” The Lord called to him, and Adam answered, “I heard you in the garden and I was afraid because I was naked (Adam refers here to his loss of holiness), and I hid” (Gen.3:10).
Ages later, there was another garden and another Man. This Man did not hide. He who had said to Lazarus, “Come forth!” Himself emerged from the tomb that held Him. He stood in the light of day and, unlike Adam, He was neither naked nor ashamed.…
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