If you will open your Bible now to Luke chapter 18, we'll return to the passage in verses 15 through 17...Luke chapter 18, verses 15 through 17, and our second message on the subject, Children and the Kingdom of God...Children and the Kingdom of God.
We are all as parents, grandparents and relatives, all of us connected to families, tenderly disposed, are we not, toward little ones, drawn to them, to the fragile character of their lives, to be protectors of them, to enjoy their unconditional affection and love and the sheer joy that comes from their delightful presence. But more than just what comes to us by virtue of their life in this world, we are concerned about their eternal souls. And as parents and grandparents and Christians, we concern ourselves with children and their place in the Kingdom of God. And they carry our hearts in a very, very unique way do these little ones. And we want to understand how God views them. And the passage before us is critical to an understanding of just exactly how God views little ones in relation to His Kingdom....
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John MacArthur is the pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California, as well as an author, conference speaker, president of The Master’s College and Seminary, and featured teacher with the Grace to You media ministry... gty.org