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by Paul Faulkner


    You hear the word “immune” a lot... I guess everyone would like to be the person who is immune, who can be exposed to disease and avoid becoming ill.

It’s like they are teflon-coated!
    It’s amazing that certain people can be exposed to filth and dirty talk and ugliness and sin and ungodliness and it doesn’t seem to stick. It’s like they are teflon-coated — the bad stuff just slides off! Well, that’s how Jesus was. Able to be around sin and evil without becoming sinful himself.

    Now, how do you rear children to be immune like that? John Siber gave a good answer; he said, “Children from strong homes who attend vital churches and are deeply nurtured in religious traditions and develop a moral center to guide their choices seem remarkably immune to negative influences.”

    He’s right! I encourage you to spiritually immunize your children... through the Word.

      Title: ""
      Author: Paul Faulkner
      Publication Date: July 13, 2001


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