It is that 'the Word became flesh' and the Master took on the form of a slave.  He became the Son of Man, though He was the true Son of God, in order that He might make the sons of men children of God. -St. John Chrysostom, Homily 10

It is that 'the Word became flesh' and the Master took on the form of a slave. He became the Son of Man, though He was the true Son of God, in order that He might make the sons of men children of God.

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