The Sin of Day Care

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  1. sanderson1769

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    I work a secular job in the fire alarm business in addition to pastoring, and recently I tested the fire alarms in 8 local day cares and was saddened by what I saw.

    1. Children being ignored while the workers read the paper or chatted with one another about inappropriate subjects.

    2. Toddlers crowded 18" from a TV screen.

    3. Babies with thick green snot streaming from their noses screaming and crying with no comfort and being left to "cry it out."

    4. Children put in "cribs" and "play pens" which resembled animal cages.

    As I looked around me at these day cares, it became apparent to me what is wrong with our society, and why day care is such a horrible place to send children.

    Day care only cares for the most basic physical needs of the children who are put there (i.e. food, bathroom, and basic hygiene), which is basically the same treatment you would give to an animal. This kind of an environment produces children who live from one physical appetite to the next, much like animals do.

    Jud 1:10 But these speak evil of those things which they know not: but what they know naturally, as brute beasts, in those things they corrupt themselves.

    2Pe 2:12 But these, as natural brute beasts, made to be taken and destroyed, speak evil of the things that they understand not; and shall utterly perish in their own corruption;
    2Pe 2:13 And shall receive the reward of unrighteousness, as they that count it pleasure to riot in the day time. Spots they are and blemishes, sporting themselves with their own deceivings while they feast with you;
    2Pe 2:14 Having eyes full of adultery, and that cannot cease from sin; beguiling unstable souls: an heart they have exercised with covetous practices; cursed children:

    We wonder why we see the animal-like behavior of many adults in our society, but perhaps it is because they were raised in a day care being treated like an animal. They were only given their physical appetites and needs but not the love and affection that comes with being raised by your parents. They then grow up having a concept only of the flesh and the physical realm, and their life consists only of fulfilling one fleshly appetite after another.

    If you treat children like animals, don't be surprised when they grow up and act like animals.

    Here is the link to the sermon, "The Sin of Day Care" preached on 2/27/07 am, inspired by my visit to these 8 day care centers:

    http://www.faithfulwordbaptist.org/page5.html

    Sincerely,

    Pastor Steven L Anderson
    Faithful Word Baptist Church
    www.faithfulwordbaptist.org
     
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    further dialoge would be pointless.
     
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    Awww, can't I give him a little cookie?? I promise he'll leave after that!
     
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    NO!! Stay Strong!!!
     
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    **SNIFF** OK :saint:
     
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    We've got a really good Pepsi thread going on annsni! Come join us over there!
     
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    Yeah, but make sure you are willing to agree with me.
     
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    Tim! She could agree with me instead of you. Differing views make the world go round donchano!
     
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    She could, but then she would be wrong. haha!!
    We all know tiny is always right...

    Say it after me, "tiny is right, tiny is right, tiny is right"

    Bet you said it didn't you.... lol
     
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    Of course I didn't say it! What do I look like? A tiny drone?

    hehe
     
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    I feel like the little kid sitting in the room while her parents fight over her!! LOL!
     
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    Go to your room annsni!! And repeat after me... "tiny is right"

    Better yet, right it 100 times.

    Man, I gotta lay off the caffeine!!!
     
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    actually, Sanderson fixed the problem. He smashed everyone in the daycare that was watching the television with a baseball bat.

    Wait, that was another "sermon"...
     
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    I was more impressed with the one that
    compared letting pre-school-ers watch
    SpungeBob SquarePants with offering children
    to Moloch (do a word search on 'pass through the fire'
    in the KJV)

    Lev 18:21 (KJV1611 Edition):
    And thou shalt not let any of thy seed
    passe through the fire to Molech,
     
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    You know if you think about it, it takes sanderson weeks or months to come up with a sermon.
     
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    He oughta get the daycare operators in a big room with gays, male gynecologists, anyone who's ever been on TV, sold TV's, or worked on TV's, anyone who owns any version other than KJV, and pretty much everyone else on the planet.

    Then, he can smash them with a baseball bat, record it, post it on the internet (complete with screaming, traumatized children in the background).

    For a while I thought (hoped?) that this guy was really a caricature. I figured no one could be like this. But I think (sadly) he's legit.
     
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    it's sad but i'm sure you are right i don't get how people can expose themselves to this week after week.
     
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    We ask similar questions of people who stay in abusive home relationships...and worse, keep going back to it, and defending the low-lifes that beat them.

    Some people think so little of themselves...and their view of God is tainted...they need someone to yell at them and tell them everything that they're doing wrong.

    THere's probably another population of folk that enjoy having a pharasaical blowhard as a leader. They get to go hear him yell, and it keeps their disgust fresh.

    Put those two groups together, and give them Spamderson as a "pastor," and you've got one sick church, donna.

    Being a youth minister as I am...I can't imagine the train wrecks those kids in that place will be in a few years.
     

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