Proverbs 22:6, “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.”
One of the things that people remember most is the memory of their parents. However good or bad it may be, they remember that time when they were young and what went on in the home. The home, and the family in it, is something that has suffered the greatest blows of Satan. He has infiltrated the minds and hearts of the family throughout the world. Culture is against family, and now even many politicians are against them.
In an article in the Atlantic magazine, the author gives statistics about the effects of electronics on teenagers. She states, “The more time teens spend looking at screens, the more likely they are to report symptoms of depression….Teens who spend three hours a day or more on electronic devices are 35%  more likely to have a risk factor for suicide, such as making a suicide plan…” The article later said, “The correlations between depression and smartphone use are strong enough to suggest that more parents should be telling their kids to put down their phone.” This is a hard task for some parents to do, when they are on their phones more than their children.
Perhaps we cannot be separated from our electronics, but one thing we will never be separated from is that sacred responsibility to display a life devoted and consecrated to the Living God. The younger generation needs to see that there is more to this world than Instagram and Facebook, that there is a life that can be lived in the Presence of God. Sometimes you need to put down the phone and do something with your hands. As the culture gets further and further away from God, this example becomes more and more important. What are you showing the younger generation, parents, brothers, sisters, grandparents?

63-0728 - “Christ Is The Mystery Of God Revealed”
Heavenly Father, as this young father and mother comes with this little, precious lump of human flesh that's been given to their union, placed into their hands for a keeping for the Lord God. They reverently bring this little Mark David here for dedication to the Almighty, Who has give this precious little boy, fine health and a fine boy, into their care, to be raised for the glory of God. Lord, bless the father and mother. May the barrel never be empty, at the house, or the cruse never run dry. May the father be well and able, Lord, to work and to make food for the little fellow; may the mother be well and able to prepare it; and their hearts prepared, Lord, to teach the little fellow, to raise him in the admonition of God. Grant it, Lord.

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