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I Timothy 4:12 (Pt. 6)  Thought/Prayer:  Stuck on Youth.  Topics:  2 at end.

“Let no man despise your youth; but be an example to those who believe, in word, in your way of life, in love, in spirit, in faith, and in purity.”  WEB (Read this scripture and more at http://prayerpivot.com.)

I’m stuck on youth here it seems.  Ever since I wrote about that group of 30 of them a week ago, I can’t get “kids” off my mind.  Nothing wrong with that!  After all – we know it – they are the future!  And Christian kids are more for the future than any.  What does our country need most?  Praying citizens.  Which citizens are the most likely to pray to the One True God?  Christians.  Including Christian kids.

Who has the most years to pray to our God?  Adults or kids?  Easy:  Kids.  So when a group of them goes on a training trip to minister to people at a food pantry, a women’s shelter, street folks and more . . . we see great hope because they will return changed and will change their world; and part of this change will come through year upon year of future prayers.

This is the positive about youth:  They have hope and great expectations.  In some ways we adults have great expectations for their lives, and we have to monitor ourselves against expecting things that are not in line with God’s will for any kids for whom we pray and whom we encourage.

But they have great expectations for themselves also.  And it’s adults’ role to encourage and not discourage, but yet to be candid and forthcoming with these-the-Future.  Some of us would love to have the enthusiasm of youth.  We get tired.  (So do kids, actually, particularly as they serve others in their own various manners.) 

But here’s what we must do:  Get enthusiastic about their enthusiasm.  Get joyful with their joy.  Get going along with them . . . and they may carry us further than we could have imagined going.

One of the best things we more experienced adults can do is let youth inspire us; don’t let our reserve or our lack of energy or our apathy because of life-tiredness hold us back.  In these ways we will not belittle their youth and will help them come out encouraged and strengthened.

Topics:  Pray to uplift and strengthen youth and their positive energy, and pray that some will stand very strong for LIfE.
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