In our culture, curiosity isn’t always viewed as a good thing. After all, it’s “what killed the cat.” So why then does Jesus seemingly encourage curiosity rather than simply accepting what we’re told, especially when it comes to some of life’s most hard-to-answer questions?
Join Rick as we continue a series devoted to practices that naturally draw us into a closer “orbit” around Jesus. Diving into Matthew 13, we’ll look at two parables Jesus uses to show the important role curiosity plays in providing the answers we so desperately crave.
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