As a child

There can be no doubt of the vital importance of childlike qualities, since our Master, Christ Jesus, said quite plainly, "Except ye be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven." Matt. 18:3.

Sometimes these pure and lovely qualities seem buried under layers of sophistication and false education. But they are always present because they are spiritual. And they are native to each one of us because each of us is actually an individual idea of God, reflecting and expressing the qualities our Master commended in children. Human age is not a factor in divine reflection. Man can never lose what the Father gives him, nor are these gifts dimmed by the passage of time. However, we do need to unearth these precious treasures, dust them off, polish and use them.

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