10 Bible Verses about Evil to Protect You from Harm
“I don’t like her.” I was probably seven years old when I told my mother my reservations about a woman who was going to be my aunt. My uncle had brought his striking fiancée to meet the family. She smiled, but something about her said “Beware.”
When your child tells you she doesn’t like someone, how do you respond? Or when you feel wary about someone in a respected position, what do you do? Often Christian parents tell their child, “Now sweetie, we’re supposed to love everyone.” They incorrectly believe that love means trusting. Click here to finish reading.
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What a wonderful post Debbie and so very true! Children do see things we often don’t or don’t let ourselves see.
Debbie Wilson says
Thank you, Ann. We just returned for Israel last night and were reminded of the evil in the world. Gong through the London-Heathrow airport after the recent bombing showed they believe in the importance of screening against evil doers. We almost missed our connecting flight because of the security.