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He is a little boy with a grown body who, despite his many marks of masculinity (which he is prepared to list), is just as needy as the grown man living in his mom’s basement. And most of the men we meet are somewhere rocketing back and forth between “man” and “boy.” And we sadly hate ourselves for being unable to integrate what, it seems, are two irreconcilable but aspects of masculinity: innocent dependence and laborious wisdom, spun out disobediently into couch potato and heel-grabbing entrepreneur, Mr. Right, despicable idiot and gloriously competent, slug and god. ” And calling to him a child, he put him in the midst of them and said, “Truly, I say to you, unless you turn and become like children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.They are both frozen in versions of themselves — one in “man-mode,” one in “boy-mode” — both man-boys. Whoever humbles himself like this child is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven.Blessed are the man-boys, for theirs is the kingdom of God.

A little boy from Dartford has only asked Santa for one thing this Christmas – a home.

Louis Williams, 9, wrote a “gutting” letter to Father Christmas asking for his own “forever home” where he can play with his Lego.

If we lose touch with that nostalgic sense of childlikeness, rooted in creation, trusting of redemption, looking eagerly to our Father, jumping eagerly into his arms, finding joy in the moment with our God who loves us, we become useless to women. And they don’t need men who are stuck in their childishness.

Women need men who are “man-boys” in the better sense — men who are unapologetically dependent upon Christ, as well as unafraid to take on a dependent wife and children.

Can you please go get him and bring him to [my home]?

Park in the driveway or on the street and we will be waiting for you guys with flags, flowers, and balloons.

Ms Williams, who is originally from Manchester, said Louis can’t share with his two sisters anymore but the space available now was just not enough.

She said: “There’s not even enough room to put a Christmas tree up.

“I don’t want any new toys I just want all of my old toys that are in storage and I would like my own Lego bedroom with a desk to build my models.

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