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A successful mission is evaluated by how well the objective is accomplished. In the world’s eye the more people impacted or the greater the impact of the mission the more successful the mission. We notice that when Jesus Christ enters history he is essentially rejected by the world. Yet the angels sing praises to God for what he has done. How can this be the case? How can heaven rejoice in a mission that was essentially thwarted by the world and the rulers of this age? How can there be joy when it seems that all has failed. If you are curious about these questions please stay tuned as we hear, "The Lord of gods: Caesar’s Kingdom?"