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“The principle of the child is one ability and only one:
simple receiving of all things.”
Have we become like little children?
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“We never comprehend that Jesus lived fully as a Child, in the barren reality of human weakness. Jesus was a simple Child unto God. Utterly dependent, ever vulnerable to the Father because His Child’s delight was God’s will.
“We view Him through the eyes of our ambition. We note His power, His dominion and brilliance. We consider Him the ultimate powerful Person. But on earth, everything He did and all He was came from the Father, under whose wings He settled…as a Child.”
In Matthew 18, Jesus gave two requirements for entering the Kingdom: turn away from sin, and become like little children. We are quite familiar with the first, but the second is rarely taught.
“The Father’s passion is for sons of childlikeness, and we are ever presenting our grown-up accomplishments to Him, our imagined maturity, and our useful independence. But when you are reduced to a child by God’s Fathering-ways, then you are enabled to receive Him as Abba, which is “Daddy.” As a dependent child you can embrace your Father and all the rights of His Position and the enjoyment of His Provision.
“The Father so adores the Son that He will not be satisfied until He has many sons like Him. When we are reduced to being a little child, we are also conformed to His image by allowing the Christ Child nature to become our very being, our innate likeness.”
By exploring the parable of the Prodigal Son and examining the lives of David and Jesus Christ Himself, Martha Kilpatrick unveils the picture painted throughout the Bible of what it means to “become like little children.” Do we know what Jesus meant when He said that? And do we know how to become like little children? Our very entrance to the Kingdom depends on it.
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Living Childlike Again!
Posted by R. B. Waters on 21st Oct 2018
Walking with the Lord for forty plus years, this book brings me back to the wonders of my first encounter with the Lord and all the adventures that lay ahead. Oh to be a child again!!
Posted by Bekah Joy on 21st Oct 2018
As always, Martha's writing is a piercing revelation. This is a fundamental teaching and revealing of what it is to truly be a child of God.
Posted by Kristen L. on 21st Oct 2018
Lay down what you think you know and prepare to meet the true Father, and learn what it truly means to be His child. I am deeply grateful for this writing in my own life and seek to be nothing other than His child! Thank you, Martha!
The way the Lord speaks through this amazing lady is unbelievable
Posted by C. Walker on 21st Oct 2018
The way the Lord speaks through this amazing lady is unbelievable. Everything I have read or heard from her has been eye opening and shown me so much more of the Lord.
Posted by Shereen on 21st Oct 2018
As usual, Martha, in her gifted way of writing, conveys beautifully the simplicity of being a child of God. It's not easy, but it's simple and only The Lord can bring it about. Many stops along the way of reading to repent. This book needs reading over and over. It will touch your very heart and show you things that you did not know.
Posted by K.D.P. on 21st Oct 2018
This book really encouraged my soul, and I highly recommend it to believers who need a gentle reminder of God's power being perfected in weakness. As children of the Lord Most High, we are secure and free to be who He created us to be. You will be refreshed after reading this book!
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