Leviticus 13:1-2,44-46; Psalms 32:1-2,5,11; I Corinthians 10:31-11:1; Mark 1:40-45
Down through the Ages, in an attempt to make sense of a troubled world, man created myth. And one of those familiar myths is the story in Greek mythology of Pandora, the first woman. There are many versions of the Pandora story, but according to one of the most common, Prometheus stole fire from heaven and brought it down to mortal men. Whereupon, the chief god, Zeus, was so angry that he created women as a punishment. The other gods decided to cooperate and they provided certain gifts for this first woman, Pandora. Aphrodite gave her beauty, Hermes gave her cunning, and other gods contributed, until finally it came the turn of Zeus himself. He gave her a box -—…
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