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Thursday, April 30, 2015

Genesis 2:7 (Pt. 4)  Thought/Prayer:  Importance of Kids.  Topics:  2 at end.

“And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.” AKJV
‘Jesus however said, ‘Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them; for it is to those who are childlike that the Kingdom of the Heavens belongs’” WEY.  (Read these scriptures and more at http://prayerpivot.com.)

Do you think perhaps of an added meaning to Jesus’ defense of the importance of kids?  There may just be something deeper here, something that definitely signals hope.

We know that Jesus loved the little children – says so from the gospel of Matthew.  So, can we assume that Jesus loved children because they were pretty or handsome, smart and clever, always loving and caring, never selfish and harsh?  Did he love them because they were not like adults with a lot of bad habits learned in life?

No.  He loved them as they were.  And kids are not perfect.

Who has not heard a kid putting on a very determined display of rage in a grocery store?  Who has not seen siblings angrily arguing?  Who has not experienced the stiff self-will of a toddler?  No, kids are not perfect.  That is not why Jesus loved them.  He just did.  This is where the hope lies.

We know that children, at least at an age of accountability, have sin.  Do we think Jesus didn’t know this when he rebuked the disciples and instructed them to let the children come to Him?  Of course He knew this.  And He knows it about us . . . and loves us anyway.  For this we are most thankful.

The essence of Jesus’ love for all of His children, whether at His knee on a hill, or us grown-ups going about our daily lives, is acceptance.  Yes, for this we are most thankful.  He accepted whatever type of children were brought to Him that day.  And likewise for us.

Lord, help us to help others see that Jesus loves each pre-formed body in millions of wombs just as He loved those children that day.  Maybe this will help families decide for LIFE when making plans for a surprise baby or the elders of their families.

Topics:  Pray for convincing words when telling others of God’s love for all mankind, preborn or after.
Stand True

Posted by Gail Richardson on 04/30 at 06:00 AM
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