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Discussion in 'Youth Forum' started by SaggyWoman, Jul 27, 2007.
Do you frequent here much anymore?
I look in from time to time. What happened to the youth who used to come a have there own discussions?
Maybe they grew up!!:saint:
I've never been there, but I am over here. :smilewinkgrin:
That is what I was wondering.
Maybe they all grew out of being a Baptist or any other conservitave values which I warned about months ago and everyone here is ashamed to admit it! I'd jump on the chance to exterminate the entire next generation and it's influences if were offered to me; even if was either that or bringing every last single one of them back to Jesus....
Is that why no one was taking my theat seriously?
I'm not understanding what you are getting at. Can you elaborate?
Is everything OK? I've noticed that you've had some not-so-positive posts in the last couple of days.
Anything you need to talk about?
I have to agree. I don't hold much hope for this generation the way they act. They need to stop listening to the wrong people, their secular teachers, musician, athletes, and so on.
I have something else to add. If you have seen the "Christian" youth of today most seem to want to justify their sin(s), or say they can do what they want and God will forgive them. But, they never repent.
If you look at Livejournal.com you will see these all the time.
Take a look.
I certainly hope you weren't referring to all Christian youth in such a manner. Because I can assure you that I do not act that way.
And for whoever was complaining about my generation, why don't you try and set a good, passionate, Godly example for them. Show them the love of God instead of looking down on them.
I keep an eye out for activity in here. Especially since I am teaching the teens on Wed nights now...
Right on, PK. I can see how values and such are different than when I was a teen, but we can't toss out the current generation. We have to lead by example and show them just what a godly life looks like, and what the benefit of one can be. Absolute truth can only be shown; they may be taught different, but they can see when it is lived out.