Christian children are not exempt from the pressures and temptations faced by their peers.
And if their faith is to be strong enough to resist the negative elements of their society, it needs to be built and strengthened from a young age by their parents and grandparents. There needs to be family traditions of faith and faithfulness that young people see at an early age. And those traditions need to continue as they grow up rather than being abandoned when they become teenagers. The faith that is real in our hearts will not automatically be passed on—it must be done on purpose.
Daily Bible Verse and Devotion – March 30
There is nothing more important we can do for the future than pass our faith on to our children and grandchildren. Now that which decayeth and waxeth old is ready to vanish away. Providing this resource does have some financial costs. There are technical costs associated with the email service and computer servers as well as administrative costs to schedule and post these devotionals.
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I am a living God and I desire to manifest My presence in the lives of my children. I give Him all the glory!
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Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. These cookies do not store any personal information. Yes, I agree to the Jesus. Such an event is contrary to normal, everyday experience, and it is contrary to the laws of nature like the law of gravity or the second law of thermodynamics.
Another important thing to keep in mind about miracles is that they do not just happen arbitrarily or by chance; rather, miracles are caused by an "agent"—someone who is able to carry out or perform such an action—for a specific purpose. But this agent is not just any agent. The agent must be powerful enough to perform some kind of action that goes contrary to nature. Christians believe this agent is God.
But do miracles really happen? How a person answers these questions ultimately depends upon his or her worldview. Naturalists are people who claim that there is nothing beyond the universe.
The natural realm is all you get. For naturalists, the universe or nature is closed.
Nothing can enter it or leave it. Obviously, then, naturalists are opposed to miracles. Supernaturalists , on the other hand, have a broader view of what makes up reality. Supernaturalists believe that the universe is not all there is and that the universe is open up to influences from outside of it. Christians are supernaturalists.