“I tell you the truth, ‘Anyone who doesn’t receive the Kingdom of God like a child will never enter it.’ Then he took the children in his arms and placed his hands on their heads and blessed them.” – Mark 10:15-16.
Jesus was referring to the simplicity of a child’s faith. Adults tend to be tainted by past hurts. They become skeptical, untrusting, seeing things through the filter of past experiences or the world’s view. Children however, naturally trust. Their hearts are not hardened yet.
Many things in our adult life require us to forget to think simplistically. There is a push to stay in the confines of this world’s view.
If we want a different result, we must be willing to think outside of our natural senses. We must venture outside the lines of what we know.
If we can’t visualize a positive outcome, we will only live within the boundaries of what we see in the natural. We must use our imaginations, and the vision God has placed on our hearts to move in the Kingdom and to see results in our healing, finances, marriages, relationships, careers. Do not conform to the expectations of others. Challenge yourself to create new ways of thinking. Tap into your inner child to create wonderful new ideas that align with God’s Word. Dare to color outside the lines!