Proverbs 22:6
“Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.”

The Jesuits will say, “Give us a child to train below age six, and he will be ours for life.” The Jesuits understand that a child is most impressionable and their minds most pliable in their younger years. King Solomon understood this concept when he said to train the child, “and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” It is a fundamental truth that a child will behave as he was taught as he gets older. Can someone change and become better? Absolutely. Does that negate the parents’ responsibility to train the children in the right way? No.

Laodicea, Satan’s Eden, will consume the mind of a human being, spreading its “gross darkness” over the heart. If this happens with a child, it can injure their mind for the rest of their life. It is only when the Light of the gospel shines through the darkness and strikes the heart that someone can truly be changed. With the ever-present evil around us, it is paramount that parents proactively seek to nurture and train the minds of their children.
Can parents entirely protect and shield them against this encroaching darkness? No. Can parents live a life of Godliness in the midst of Satan’s Eden and stand for the Truth in front of their children? Yes. In fact, this is the single most important aspect of their “training”, to live your sermon instead of preaching it. Worldly influence will produce the world in a young mind, but Christ introduced to a child will produce Godliness. That is something they will never forget, even when they are old.

What do we expect to get if we don’t apply the Token to our homes? Choose the Token.

57-0115 - “God Keeps His Word”
I’d rather have an old home with no rug on the floor, and with a—a little old iron bedstead setting there, and an old dresser somewhere, or whatever, and a little old kitchen table made out of boxes, with a sign hanging on it, “God Bless Our Home,” than all the fine homes in the world, your pin-ups and nonsense that you have today. And a Bible laying on the table, instead of all these old Love Story magazines and things laying around of dirt, and filth, and lust, and everything else to breed into the children. How can you expect anything else but a bunch of infidels and agnostics to answer out. That’s true, friends. “Bring up a child in the way that it should go, teach him on the Word of God.”

Read the Bible in 1 year:
Deuteronomy 28-29