June 6th, 2021 10:52.27 am

Early Christians were urged, as we are today to “pray without ceasing. [1 Thessalonians 5:17],”

“always be prayerful” [Romans 12:12,] “praying at all times and on every occasion” [Ephesians 6:18]

Sound burdensome? ‘Unceasing prayer’ might seem complicated, but it needn’t be that way. for it is

simply acknowleging Him; in each moment of our eternal being tnat are still inside the borders of that

vacation provided; to get our priorities in straight line; as children we fret over most everything; that is

due to ‘every thing’ being new to us. see children at play, pay attention to he one who is examining all

that shows itself to be ‘in the way;’ and pay special attention to the young human’s reaction to that, it,

the minute moments of consideration of pondering; that might be an internal questioning period: ‘why

isn’t it that way instead of that way?’ that CHILD’s a problem solver at heart; THAT CHILD’s brain isn’t

just a lump of flesh in that larger than required bone encapsulating the ‘muscle’ just on the brink of the

life of learning and molding; it is that sort of kid that has in a constant phrase heard from parent:s “pay

attention. no specific matter required, but in a variable way. with that emphasize that it is a good to ask

questions to an older person, that being a big brother, or sister. that is the building blocks of the forever

questioning child. that kid will be set on a road of learning. to ‘figure out,’ our world presented to him or

her future of taking everything presented to him or her and solving that puzzle of perpetual improvement

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