ROCK OR SAND?

True men of God are not pushovers when it comes to compromise. When selling a car or financing the sale of a property, compromise is perfectly acceptable, but never on moral values.

I believe that one of the main reasons why western nations are daily compromising their moral values is because fathers have failed to take responsibility for their children.

How important beyond compare are the moral standards the Bible teaches. Fathers, we must stand up and take responsibility for the education of our children. We must never compromise our children’s moral values by sending them into an education system, five days a week for seven hours a day, where their moral values will be freely compromised. We must earnestly seek alternative options.

How proud parents are when their children graduate from college with honors! I wonder if it ever occurs to them how much they may have compromised the moral integrity of their children by sending them into state institutions to be educated so they could feel proud when they graduate.

Secular education does nothing to assist biblical moral values. On the contrary, it down right opposes them. There are alternative ways to get college degrees. All Christian parents should look into these options.

Moral standards are the foundation blocks of our nation and society. When the foundations are eroded, whatever is built on them will eventually fall. Psalm 11:3 says, “If the foundation be destroyed, what can the righteous do?”

Whose fault is it when our children’s morals are compromised? The state colleges or the parents who send their children to them?

Jesus said, “Whosoever heareth these sayings of mine, and doeth them, I will liken him unto a wise man, which built his house upon a rock” (Matthew 7:24).

Men, we must never compromise the rock for sand!

Be encouraged to stand against compromise. Colin
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