To cover with borrowed blood

Many, but a very great multitude, throws stones to the neighbor so that they can cover their fault with borrowed blood or with the sacrifice of another, which in truth only served the other if the other was saved in life and saved in real life with real abundance, but the sacrifice served no one else!

But they, the very great multitude, also denies seeing that the neighbor is an image of not only of one but also that the neighbor is an image of all others, even though alone!

Thus, in truth, the real or the royal sacrifice that one can do for the real or the royal things of God is the real or the royal sacrifice which really counts or which will really speak for one and speak always as more!

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