Childlike Faith: The Importance of Having A Teachable Spirit

Childlike Faith: The Importance of Having A Teachable Spirit

The biggest downfall of the Pharisees (Jewish priests) was that they believed they knew all there was to know about God. Due to this, they lived from a place of stagnancy in regard to their faith (this is where a lot of religious practice begins to replace true worship and relationship with God). In Mark 10:15, Jesus addresses a group of people, exclaiming, “Assuredly, I say to you, whoever does not receive the kingdom of God as a little child will by no means enter it.” The confidence in His statement speaks volumes. Jesus essentially says, “Without a doubt, I inform you…there is no other way.” Jesus quells all confusion with those two phrases. All that is left is for the listeners to absorb the remaining information: “whoever does not receive the kingdom of God as a little child...” The focus of this clause in Jesus’s warning is the receipt of God’s kingdom in a specific manner, like a child. How do we go about doing that? Let’s explore this together.

First of all, what does it mean to be teachable? Romans 12:2 AMP gives us an understanding of this as Paul states:

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Making Room

Making Room

I find space for what I treasure
And I make time for what I want
I choose my priorities and…

…what have you been prioritizing lately? With all the thoughts bombarding my mind, the content I’ve been digesting and the laziness I’ve been giving into, it is safe to say that my priorities have been all over the place.

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