2017-08-31 / Worship

A HERITAGE



Children begin at an early age to acquire a knowledge and an appreciation of their heritage and the traditions of their society. Most often, such knowledge is gained, not by an educational process, but by observation and emulation of those around them. Not only do our children have a heritage of custom and government, but also of religion. Each day they observe the actions of those around them, and they develop as Christians to much the same degree as their parents and elders. Have you accepted this responsibility? Children begin at an early age to acquire a knowledge and an appreciation of their heritage and the traditions of their society. Most often, such knowledge is gained, not by an educational process, but by observation and emulation of those around them. Not only do our children have a heritage of custom and government, but also of religion. Each day they observe the actions of those around them, and they develop as Christians to much the same degree as their parents and elders. Have you accepted this responsibility?

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