As children, we were always learning. Every day, our bodies grew, we learned how to manage a foot size or height or cope with a new tooth. As kids, we were constantly asked to learn new concepts, from an alphabet all the way up to Chemistry and Geometry. But as we age, we aren’t always exposed to spaces were we must constantly learn or grow. And boy, does it feel nice to be an expert. But in our spiritual lives, there is point where we can sigh and say, now I’ve arrived. I’m done, I’m an expert. God asks us to continually grow and learn. To each day, allow the Holy Spirit to teach us so we can be just a little more like Jesus. To help craft an open, learning heart, try something you know you’re not already good at. Maybe you want to learn a music instrument or how to play a video game or weld. Maybe it’s a language or a dance class. Try something. Don’t give up after one class- keep going until you start to get it. Notice how it feels to be a learner again. And carry that mindset with you into your faith. Then he said, “I tell you the truth, unless you turn from your sins and become like little children, you will never get into the Kingdom of Heaven. Matthew 18:3

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