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The curse of adulthood,

is being confident-I-know-what’s-best.  If a child grew up being trained in Jesus-dependency – in asking/thanking about everything, being comfortable with cluelessness-they-know-what’s-best, their lives as adults would be indescribably easier, happier, way-more peaceful and stress-free.

–ShepherdDave, an expert witness of the curse of adulthood, the curse of being adultlike/independent, always needing fresh conviction of the sin of confidence-he-knows-what’s-best, so he might momentarily be DumbSheepDave, enjoying the bliss of Jesus-dependency/humility, so the pre-believers around him might experience the other-worldly humility and other-worldly love of Jesus

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