2 thoughts on “Ordinary Man

  1. Why not? Jesus came as an ordinary Man and in Nazareth he remained ordinary,so sad.

  2. I would agree that Jesus lived amongst the common man and appeared as an ordinary man. I don’t think one could argue though that what he accomplished was anything other than extraordinary. God seems to have a way of using ordinary men to accomplish extraordinary tasks…Noah, Abraham, Noah, Moses, David, Solomon… I am guessing that was the motivation Lou Holtz’s was getting at when he made that statement. What is extraordinary to us is simply ordinary to God.

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