Published on May 30th, 2014
Question: What can kids to to prepare to serve God as adults?
Worker who has worked at The Voice of the Martyrs for six years: Develop a relationship, an intimacy, with your heavenly Father. That’s huge. Being able to talk one on one with your heavenly Father will prepare you for anything. God “gets” you.
Be careful that you’re not always thinking of you. Take the time to think about others and what’s going on with them.
Worker who has worked at The Voice of the Martyrs for ten years: Don’t run away from trials and hard things. Face them. They will prepare you. [Kids] face rejection in school and not being popular, Christians in particular. When you’re going through that, you don’t understand it, but it will help you be ready.
Don’t be afraid; trust in the Lord.
Memorize as much Scripture as you can. The Word in you will give you the strength to stand in hard times. Memorize and meditate on Scripture.
To Think About
What do you think of the workers’ advice? Is there anything you can do in the next few weeks to put some of their suggestions into practice?