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Please the Lord

When we are kids, we get so excited when either mom or dad arrive home. We can't help, but to be happy and smile. When children are in presence of their parents, they have one simple objective in their little minds—to please them. They do anything to grab their attention and manifest their deep love towards them, they are relentless doing so. This is one of the reasons why the gospel reminds us to be like children, so we do anything to please the Lord.

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