Facts From Our Fathers

A family was seated together watching a science program on television describing the marvels of the rain forest. Shortly after the beginning of the program a biologist began a lecture on evolution. Mark, a bright freshman in high school, turned to his father and asked, “What do you think of that, Dad?”
“It’s not what I think, Mark,” he replied. “It’s what I know. It’s really quite simple. Something cannot come from nothing. So there had to be Someone somewhere who brought life into existence. It had to be Someone with wisdom and a plan. It had to be Someone with the power to create and control everything. It had to be God who designed what we see and know.”
Without any doubt the home was chosen by God to be the greatest center for teaching and learning on the planet. The most formative years of a child’s life are those early years of dependency when they look to a parent for the essentials of life. In the wisdom of God, He planned for the child to be open and filled with trust as their needs for the basics of life unfold.
One of those needs is to come to know the goodness and grace of God. Children are blessed when parents know the book of Books, its message and meaning, its plan and purpose and share it with their gifts from God.
The writer of Psalm 44 in verse one makes this clear: “We have heard with our ears, O God, our fathers have told us what you did...” How blest children are when they can say with the children of the writer of this Psalm those wonderful words.
Today most children are left to discover the important lessons of life from teachers who do not believe in our God, the Creator God, the Saving and Redeeming God. Unfortunately, if children are not taught the truth, they will not learn the truth.
Prayer: Father, we pray for children who have no one to teach them Your truth. May someone reach out to them today. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.
Scripture for Today: Psalm 44:1 We have heard it with our ears, O God; our ancestors have told us what you did in their days, in days long ago.

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