While in the Philippines this summer, I led a group of about 200 children through their first encounter with Jesus in soaking prayer. God always shows up during these times, and just because I was overseas, it made no difference to God – He’s not a respecter of persons!
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Let's get something straight right off the bat. God loves, speaks to, and can use children! He did not create a junior Holy Spirit to dwell within them at salvation - they get the whole enchilada, because God is not a respecter of persons (Acts 10:34). His plan is for ALL flesh to know Him, love and have fellowship with Him, and serve Him out of that loving relationship. Nowhere in Scripture is there a separate plan for kids and adults. It's all the same!
I'm quite sure that Jesus loved a good joke. Just look at the penquin. I'm also sure He laughed alot. He had to have some of those great qualities if children loved to be around Him. I just can't picture Jesus with a long face and serious and kids pressing in wanting to hear Him, be close to Him, touch Him, or wanting to sit on His lap. Who wants to be around a sour puss?
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