“Truly, I say to you, whoever does not receive the kingdom of God like a child shall not enter it.” To prepare for the reception of The Sacrament of the Altar, children in our congregation must take a class that allows them to gain a basic understanding of God, His promises, and the tangible signs of His grace known as the Sacraments, namely Baptism and the Holy Eucharist. Recently, we offered another set of classes and two young people are preparing to receive Holy Communion for the first time, which we will celebrate in the midst of our congregation during the liturgy of our Lord’s Resurrection on Easter Sunday. In this particular class, we have bright students who often ask insightful questions, seeking to deeply understand just what God has done for us and why it matters. As I’ve taught, I’ve found myself amazed at the depth of their questions, though they do not seem to perceive this. Rather, they are simply asking out of a desire to learn, a curious desire to inquire about the value of God’s promises, especially as we receive them through the gracious work of Jesus.