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Im not a Child! (Thats the Problem)1 min read

Thoughtful girl

Children believe everything. If we tell them the sky is green, they’ll believe it.

They’ll think that theres another name for the blue that they know, or that green is blue, or that they can’t see very well. But whatever their thoughts may be, thyme believe on what was told, they’re innocent, vulnerable, but they don’t know anything. so what we tell them is the truth.

But as they grow, they’ll notice different voices, different opinions, different “truths”. And a mental confusion begins. What is right, then?

They head on to search. And looks for answers in friends, facebook, bloggers, strange opinions, etc. The person sees themselves with no personality, with no opinion, and sees people so well set on their opinions, they show so much confidence, , they seem so strong and influent. They’re so influent that they influence you to become a person with built opinions, inaccessible to other ideas, closed in to other influences.

This can be viewed as a strong personality, but the truth is that these ideas are preconceived, these built opinions, the strong character and set is what stops them to understand the thoughts of God. God becomes confusing. Why?

Because He doesn’t think like us. God won’t adapt its Kingdom to our thoughts. God won’t adapt, change, learn, or receive its Kingdom in us.

“Verily I say unto you, Whosoever shall not receive the Kingdom of God as a little child, he shall not enter therein.” Mark 10:15(KJV)


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