Last Sunday we began one of five major discourses in Matthew's Gospel. We've already looked at a few of them. These include the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7) and the Kingdom Parables (Matthew 13). Now we look at this discourse that uses the imagery of children to describe what it means to be citizens of the Kingdom of God. We begin with the truth that in order to enter the Kingdom, we must be like children and humble.
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