but it's hard for children to accept this; it's hard for children to have a reason to go on living when they are told, "your life will be hard"--
we are, after all, no matter how devoted we are to Jesus Christ, human.
I recently read some wise words from someone who said, "If you truly choose to follow Jesus Christ, you will end up impoverished."
Well, ha, ha--
I've seen that happen, pretty close to home.
But children have dreams; they are hopeful--
and my business is, right now, children--
They have to love Jesus before they can accept these difficult things--
and it IS hard to see a child lose his/her innocence--
it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--
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