Childlike Praise
Childlike Praise
Matthew 21:7–16
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Sunday Morning Service,  April 13, 2014

What irony, that though Jesus is surrounded by sophisticated religious leaders in the temple, it is the children who are shouting his praise! Yet children have unique qualities we must all possess—no matter what our age—if we would learn to truly praise the Lord in joyful fellowship with him. This occasion suggests at least three qualities necessary for childlike praise.

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