Just observing their faces in a crowd reveals this much.They can see world conditions grow ever worse, with the news of each day seemingly worse than the day before, and the problems each day becoming worse and greater in number than the day before.Confused by the conflicting influence of blinded religious leaders and deceived educators, parents have utterly failed in their greatest responsibility, which should have been to teach their children how to live, and to instill in their young minds the marvelous truths of God’s Word and the This book strips away the confusion, division, competing traditions and ignorance that have shrouded the truth about childrearing God’s Way.May God help you to understand what you are about to read so you can teach your children to understand what has not been available in one book until now!against the many problems that life will throw at him!Further, the child’s children—the parents’ own grandchildren—will be directly affected by the principles of childrearing (good or bad), which could then in turn continue to be at least partially employed, potentially for generations to come.Then they must contend with a strange, perverse generation of young people who are different from all previous generations, and who have their children surrounded.Youth and teenagers of today have a whole variety of new subcultures, values and thinking—many of which would shock all but the most liberal, open-minded parents!
In addition, will come the lawyers, judges and law enforcement officials to deal with the worsening societal breakdown occurring today. This is because the modern system of education is morally and spiritually bankrupt!
has brought about a near holocaust of a whole generation, now almost entirely lost to misguided thinking and false values.
The terrible fruits of modern families are visible and obvious, but no one knows what to do about it.
Rearing children in today’s violent, morally permissive, confusing, “anything goes” world is perhaps the most trying, difficult thing that adults could do.
The situation could be likened to a ship entering what has been called “the perfect storm.” The force of the wind and the size of the waves beating on the “parental ships” of today mean that parents are working seemingly against all odds, and without a compass, maps, a working rudder, or an engine to power their ship—assuming they even knew where to steer it.New problems of every kind are appearing, with older ones growing worse seemingly every day.