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Dangers Facing The Youth

Avoiding Pitfals in Your Youth

  1. There are challenges that face us in every stage of life. There are some challenges that might be more peculiar to one stage over another. Young children have to learn to share, be respectful, thankful, eat what has been prepared, obey parents with simple tasks, etc. There is a high degree of confinement in those early childhood years.
  2. Teenagers find a greater degree of independence from their parents can begin taking on new responsibilities and will find new pressures that they must face without having the direct hand of mom and dad with them. They make decisions which they must own and be accountable for. This intensifies as we age and become young adults. New challenges and pressures arise as we replace the direct supervision of our parents to more indirect oversight. Other challenges can mount of providing for ourselves, household chores, maintenance, being wise and effective with time, meeting the multi-faceted challenges of raising children, etc. Of course, as we continue to age we can become handicapped with physical health, stamina, energy, as well as diminishing mental capabilities.
  3. So life continues to roll forward and it often throws punches to reveal what we are made of. What must the youth take effort to avoid?The road to safety begins with remembering God in your youth (Eccl. 12:1).
 
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Dangers: Peer Pressure

Wallace, Steven 2020.01.19 mp3
Dangers: Alcohol Wallace, Steven 2020.01.26 mp3
Dangers: Lewdness and Lust Wallace, Steven 2020.02.02 mp3
Straight Answers Wallace, Steven 2020.02.02 mp3
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This command was also unclear to many of the Jews in the first century. The apostle Peter was preaching the gospel to thousands on the day of Pentecost wherein he quoted from the prophet Joel, "And it shall come to pass That whoever calls on the name of the LORD Shall be saved" (Acts 2:21).

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