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There was a law in Tokyo around the year 1900 that no foreigner could take up residence there unless he had a "substitute." There were natives who hired themselves out for this purpose. If the foreigner broke any law, the substitute suffered the penalty for it, even if the penalty was death.


Jesus, in the Jordan, upon the cross, in the grave, is our substitute. He took our place. He paid the penalty on our behalf.

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