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Zechariah 9:9-10 | Romans 8:9, 11-13 | Matthew 11:25-30

Children who wish to be learned and clever, wise and understanding, will not cease to ask questions, will want to learn, and will want to change for the better. And if they ever stop asking questions then there is the danger – I use the word advisedly – that they will have grown up. There is the danger that now they think that they know it all, that they don’t need to ask questions, that nobody has anything to teach them, and that they don’t need to change. And then these “grown-ups”, thinking that there is no limit to their learning, cleverness, wisdom and understanding, go and do something stupid and damaging.

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