by Fred Lowery

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How To Build The Right Stuff Into Your Kids
Raising Spiritual Champions
Fred Lowery
Deuteronomy 6:4-5; Ephesians 1:16-18; Deuteronomy 6:20-24; John 3:16; 2 Corinthians 5:17; 2 Corinthians 10:5; Luke 10:27; Romans 12:2

I saw the Grammy Awards last week with U2 walking away with five Grammys, the top rock group in the country with a number one song, the top song, the top album of the year. I had a chance to meet Bono in Washington last week or week before last, the lead singer for this group. I didn't ever think I would meet Bono and I think he was just as glad to see me as I was to see him; kind of under-whelmed, but we do not have the same worldview. Had he said U2 I would have said "no", U3, God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Spirit. Bono did say that when he flipped t.v. channels and got on a religious channel or preaching, he immediately....he said, "I immediately go to my MTV." That is a worldview. Shock Jock Howard Stern has single-handedly eliminated all broadcast boundaries and now he's been rewarded. He will be paid $500,000,000 to broadcast vulgarity to the world through satellite radio. That is the reflection of the worldview. The author of Harry Potter is not just trying to sell fantasy books, but is giving the embodiment of a secular worldview. So worldviews are out there and they are coming at your kids, competing worldviews. That's why it is so important that every Christian parent understands that he has a responsibility to instill within his children biblical principles, a biblical worldview, and to show them by his own example how to flesh out that worldview in daily life. Every parent has that responsibility. Parents, the most important thing, listen to me, the most important thing that you can do for your kids is to know God and to make God known to your kids. That's the best thing you can do. And if you want what is best for your kids, get right with God and get God right. Know God and know what it means to know ...

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