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The Crown

The King, the One who has the right to the crown since the moment he is born. Our King was, is and will always be the heir of the Crown; though, this is no ordinary crown. This crown can only be worn by Jesus, this crown of thorns—meant to make him suffer, a symbol of mockery and humiliation.But the King said nothing in that very moment of his coronation, He was one with it and wore it with love. Those painful thorns, incarnated with His Holy Body, we could only imagine what is like to wear a symbol of despair like that. But once on his head, that crown no longer is that symbol, it has become a symbol of his Kingdom. Hail to the King of Heavens, who is seated at the right hand of the Father and He will again in Glory.

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