Clay Perkins: Thought-provoking questions often better than statements

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“Why are you searching for me?” he asked. “Didn’t you know I had to be in my Father’s house?”

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This is exactly why I enjoy my Sunday School class

at City Road UMC. We ask questions of each other during the lesson and to hear someone else's thoughts on scripture gets you to thinking and increases the value found in the words. God wants us to inquire and talk about what we hear and read with others. Isn't that part of spreading the good news?

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