Many Christians are familiar with Proverbs 22:6
Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.
Have you ever considered that this verse is neutral. It does not qualify the training as biblical or non-biblical, godly or ungodly. It just says to train up a child in the way he should go.
What if the way he should go is evil? What if the child is taught the ways of the Islamic State? The verse tells us that when he is old it shall not depart from him or he shall not depart from it.
The Islamic State has released publicity photos and reports across the internet with titles such as the “Cubs of the Islamic State.” These children are often recruited by their own fathers who serve the evil empire.
In an article that appeared on the NBC news website this week it was reported that young boys were being taught to use AK-47s and to behead dolls. The intense training is happening in a young man’s formative years to desensitize their God given conscience from barbarous acts. They were being trained in the way the should go.
These children are also being forced to watch beheadings and even carry severed heads as part of their training. All of this is to ensure that there is a next generation of Muslims who will do what is needed to continue the struggle of taking the world in the name of Islam and its false god.
“It’s being done for the same reasons that Hitler had the Hitler Youth,” explained Charlie Winter, of the Quilliam Foundation, a London-based anti-extremist think tank. “That’s effectively what we’re seeing here — military training and ideological training.”
The spirit of anti-Christ had risen up during the time of Hitler and it is on the rise again. We can see that this spirit is more intense and is marking it’s children body and soul, notice the mark on the hoodie of the pictured child. The mark is on his forehead, no one ever said the mark must be permanent.
What are Christians to do with this information? How are we raising our children? We are all raising our children in the way we should go, the question is what way is that? Are we as passionate in the raising of our children and the faith they will carry for the rest of their lives. Are we teaching them to carry the mark of Jesus Christ as described in Revelation?