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Recently, I read the story of a traveler in China who remarked on the fact that all the time he was there, some two and a half years, he never saw a single monument or tombstone marking the grave of a child. This is very remarkable, remembering the people's ancestor and grave worship. The whole countryside is a densely populated cemetery, and yet no tokens of the burial of children. Buddhism and Confucianism ignore the child; only in Christ do we see the beauty of God taking on the very form of humanity and being born: a child.

(From Chris Surber's Sermon "Remarkable Redeemer")

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