Married and NOT Prepared
Copyright © 2007 Heaven Ministries ~ Angie
Whose job is it to instill values and
morals in our children? Are we leaving this important stuff up to the
school system because we are too busy working to maintain a comfortable
lifestyle? It used to be back in the forties and fifties that the
teachers were moral individuals, subsequently; they also taught the
class ethics and how to treat others properly.
Some of today’s teachers are having
some deep moral issues within themselves that could directly affect the
children in a negative way. More and more teachers are having unhealthy
sexual attitudes themselves! And your children are in their classroom?
Understand here, I am not saying that ALL teachers are immoral, but many
of them are not really dedicated to their profession and these are the
ones we have to be careful with.
Today, many of the children in school
are bullies and intolerant. Children are not taught to respect and
accept others. I guess a
lot of children these days have to learn the important aspects for
building character on their own. They will learn how to respect others
by playing video games and watching TV. Some of these children probably
will not make it through life and will end up spiritless and on the
streets. Maybe on antidepressants for the made-up disease they call
Attention Deficient Disorder. (Take your child off all forms of sugar,
processed and starchy white floury foods for one month and see if they
still have an attention disorder?
If our new generation of children,
soon to be adults are not taught how to respect, forgive and love others
properly how on earth can they expect to be able to get along with a
spouse in marriage? If I were a child today, growing up in a public
school, I would feel very intimidated and abused just by the ruthless
attitude of the teachers and children and how they behave towards one
another. If it is not the schools responsibility to teach morals, and
how to get along with others whose responsibility is it?
Here is a scenario to think about.
Little Tommy had always been bullied by his classmates. He told the
teacher but she never did anything. Finally he had to learn how to
defend himself because he just could not take the mistreatment anymore.
So he started to lift weights just so he could beat up the bullies who
physically and mentally tormented him. A year later he is strong and
wins his first fight. After the fight, he felt euphoric, and his
adrenaline was rushing. For Tommy, it felt so good to get revenge that
it has become his new attitude in life.
Little Tommy is now big Tom and is
married. He does not know what forgiveness is. He does not know what
love is. He is needy and insecure. He does not know how to take care of
himself except through physical abuse, in which his wife gets a lot of
these days. Tom understands revenge and defending the little bit of
self-image he has left. No
one intervened on little Tommy’s behalf; they were too busy working,
teaching math and science, and being selfish. Tom now needs inner
healing but he does not know it; He think the way he feels is normal and
that all the marriage problems are the fault of his wife.
Quiet Mary never felt loved as a child
growing up. Her parents were always very busy working in their medical
practices to give Mary the nurturing she needed as a child.
They showed their love by giving Mary all the material
possessions a child could ask for and more. Mary’s teacher did not
like Mary. She thought Mary was a snob and a spoiled little brat who got
her way too much just because her parents were rich.
Mary never told anyone that she felt
unloved and unwanted by her parents and teacher, and so everyone thought
she was happy as a lark. When
Mary turned fourteen she began sleeping with many of the boys in school.
This is how she felt loved and wanted. When she was sixteen, Mary got
pregnant and her parents made her get an abortion and put her on birth
control. Mary does not know anything at all about her Creator because
her teacher teaches atheism. Three years later Mary marries her first
husband. Sadly, Mary, being so used to dating and feeling loved by
sleeping around in high school, exhibits the very same behavior with her
When she feels unloved by her husband,
she simply has an affair. Mary has not learned how to stay married to
the same man for very long, because she doesn’t know how to love and
she doesn’t know what commitment is. This is what dating in High
school has taught Mary. No
one cared about Mary when she was growing up, and now she has learned to
care about no one but herself.