Mark tells us that Jesus went into the desert and there was ministered to by angels while he lived among the beasts. One of the marks of sin is an aliention of the body and the spirit, the animal and the angelic in all of us. Jesus represents the proper balance between the two.
The Angels and the Wild Beasts
Cycle BLentWeek 1
by Bishop Robert BarronMarch 9, 2003
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