This message is one that Zoomers really need to hear — especially those that have been steeped in the swill that we call ‘public education.’
More and more young people are drinking the Kool-Aid of socialism and communism that’s being served up in public schools and institutions of “higher learning.”
That crap ain’t biblical, Dinky… but that’s a whole other article.
Today, let’s focus on the fact that God can — and does — use teens to accomplish His great purposes.
That’s right! You don’t have to be a Teenage Wasteland living like Pajama Boy in your parents’ basement until you’re 26 (or older) while waiting for the government to give you some scraps.
God called Joseph when he was a teen in Genesis 37.
Here’s a quick run-down of Joseph, a Teenage Biblical Badass:
I find it very interesting that when God called most peeps in the scripture the vast majority of them were working dull jobs before being drafted into His holy war. Noah, Moses, David, Gideon, Amos, Jesus, all the apostles, etc etc all had a normal freaking job before they got the abnormal freaky call from an Omnipotent God. It seems as if God shops those with ordinary jobs to do His extraordinary works.
So, get a job, little teen. Start a business, boy. Make your own money. Quit depending on mommy and daddy. Quit looking to Biden to send you some scraps.
One more little nugget of truth for you from a verse that is oft-quoted to the younger set:
Let no one despise you for your youth, but set the believers an example in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, in purity. – 1 Timothy 4:12 (ESV)
Note that this states that Paul was telling Timothy, a young man, to be an example to the believers, not the unbelievers.
So, if you’re tired of being looked down upon by some Pharisaical church marm, how’s about you try being that example that Paul was exhorting Timothy to be, hmmm?
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