Jacob 2:7, 9 — LeGrand Baker — what are we teaching our children

Jacob 2:7, 9 — LeGrand Baker — what are we teaching our children

7    And also it grieveth me that I must use so much boldness of speech concerning you, before your wives and your children, many of whose feelings are exceedingly tender and chaste and delicate before God.
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9 … to enlarge the wounds of those who are already wounded, instead of consoling and healing their wounds; and those who have not been wounded, instead of feasting upon the pleasing word of God have daggers placed to pierce their souls and wound their delicate minds (Jacob 2:7, 9).

I wonder how he would have described today’s children as they watch violent cartoons and the evening sitcoms.

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