HEY TEENAGER!

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Many years ago (1970′s) the Lord impressed upon me the thought that, “the youth of today are the church of tomorrow.” The devil is doing everything he can to destroy our youth. The Gospel tract, “Hey, Teenager!” was written specifically for teenagers. Here are a few lines from the tract: “Wait a minute! I know […]

Hey TeenagerMany years ago (1970′s) the Lord impressed upon me the thought that, “the youth of today are the church of tomorrow.” The devil is doing everything he can to destroy our youth. The Gospel tract, “Hey, Teenager!” was written specifically for teenagers. Here are a few lines from the tract:

“Wait a minute! I know that you are in a hurry to go somewhere, but could you slow down long enough to give me about three minutes of your time? Teenagers seem to be so busy much of the time – always in a hurry to go somewhere or do something, and that’s what I’d like to talk to you about, just for a moment.

Perhaps you are not aware of it, but as you hurry to go somewhere in life, there are those who, under the disguise of “friend”, would seek to lead you astray. You may say, “Come on, mister, my ‘friends’ would never do that to me.” But…all too often it does happen. In fact, the Bible tells of one such case. In 2 Samuel 13:3-5 we read where Amnon, one of the sons of King David had a “friend” named Jonadab who gave some bad advise to Amnon. Amnon had a half-sister named Tamar, and he desired to have a sexual relation with her. Jonadab, the “friend”, gave a suggestion on how to arrange it. In the end we find Tamar disgraced and Amnon dead as a result.

As a teenager undoubtedly you have many friends, and that in itself is not bad. The question is, “What kind of friends are they?” Just as Amnon’s “friend” Jonadab gave bad advice, you, too, may have a “friend” who gives bad advice. Your “friend” may invite you to smoke a joint, “just for kicks.” Or perhaps to drop acid or other chemicals. Another “friend” may suggest booze of some kind – one drug always leads to another. You don’t believe me? Then visit the jails or prisons, the mental institutions, or better still, ask Elvis, or Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, John Belushi, etc.”

 

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