Suffer little children to come unto me, and forbid them not: for of such is the #kingdom-of-God was a saying given by Jesus in the New Testament. From Matthew 18:1-6 (KJV)
We Care for Children Because, Whether We Are Aware of It or Not, There Is in All of Us God-Given Knowledge That Little Ones Are So Precious.
They deserve more care because they are defenceless. They are a gift. They demand a great deal of attention, oh yes; children are costly, but there are supposed to be. They teach us that life isn’t just about us, but about others and that we will be more fulfilled and more happy when we sacrifice our own comforts in order to love our neighbour.
Below are some inspirational photos about #kingdom-of-God we found on Godinterest
This Life Isn’t Easy; Most of the Stages of Our Lives Are About Sacrifice and Suffering.
The world is surrounded by wars, hunger and poverty. And sometimes it gets hard to find goodness above it all, but we don’t know if you see this, but this is the exact temptation that we face. Our sin naturally inclines us to see kids not as a blessing but as a distraction, not a joy but a drain. How wrong we are, and how rebuked by #Jesus’ example.
Have you seen the film? Well we truly believe “a child is like a blank canvas On which we may create a painting so beautiful. But let me tell you – and make no mistake Whatever the colours are, that we decide to choose Will make this child a winner or one that may just loose So as you take that paint brush, to leave your lasting mark Remember that your actions, determine this child’s spark Every stroke upon that canvas can never be undone.” (Deborah Chaplin)…
The #Bible Tells Us That Children Are a Reward from #God (Psalm 127:3). According to the Promise of Proverbs, a Child Who Is Diligently Trained in The “Way He Should Go” Will Remain True to That.
Unfortunately, Children Are the Real Victims of World Hunger: At Least 70% of the Malnourished People in the World Are Children and Around Forty Thousand Children a Day Die of Starvation. Many People Are Already Motivated to Help Children in Need , However, What Are You Doing to Help?
Jesus Said, “Suffer Little Children, and Forbid Them Not, to Come unto Me: For of Such Is the Kingdom of Heaven”. This Is So Like Jesus. In One Sentence, He Gives Us a Whole Theology of Children, One That Blows Us Away and Dramatically Redefines Our Thinking.
Chidren from Afghanistan Grown in Pakistan Refugees Camp by Muhammed Muheisen.
This is who we at Godinterest aspire to help. We think of there future all the time. We write so that someday, she, and others like her, will have an equal chance to succeed and to live a happy and productive live. Behold, children are a heritage from the LORD, the fruit of the womb a reward Psalm 127:3.…
For of Such Is the #kingdom-of-God.
Children just keep on giving. However, the world has declared war on our children. They have wiggled and moved and jumped at their parents’ voices, and then they have suffered violence, and writhed in death. This is not sensationalist. It is cold, hard fact. The gospels leave us with many important clues, none more important than this. How did the Lord Jesus treat children?
And Finally, as a Christian Parent, You Have the Wonderful Privilege, and Responsibility, to Claim the LORD’s Word, His Promises, for the Conversion of Your Children… Behold, Children Are a Heritage from the LORD, the Fruit of the Womb a Reward Psalm 127:3…
What Do You Love Most About Children?
The heart of Jesus’ teachings centers around the theme of the kingdom of God. This expression is found in sixty-one separate sayings in the Synoptic Gospels. Counting parallels to these passages, the expression occurs over eighty-five times. It also occurs twice in John (3:3, 5). It is found in such key places as the preaching of John the Baptist, “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is near” ( Matt 3:2 ); Jesus’ earliest announcement, “The time has come… The kingdom of God is near. Repentand believe the good news!” ( Mark 1:15 ; cf. Matt 4:17 ; Luke 4:42-43 ); the prayer Jesus taught his disciples, “your kingdom come” ( Matt 6:10 ); in the Beatitudes, “for theirs is the kingdom of heaven” ( Matthew 5:3 Matthew 5:10 ); at the Last Supper, “I will not drink again of the fruit of the vine until that day when I drink it a new in the kingdom of God” ( Mark 14:25 ); and in many of Jesus’ parables ( Matthew 13:24 Matthew 13:44 Matthew 13:45 Matthew 13:47 ; Mark 4:26 Mark 4:30 ; Luke19:11 ).