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sermonette: Prepare to Teach

Given 21-Oct-08; Sermon #LGD08-13s; 19 minutes

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Mike Ford, reflecting back on two of his former teachers, suggests that the best prepared teacher is invariably the best. Literacy statistics in America are an abomination, revealing that 96% of adults in this country with a reading level from a mediocre to illiterate. Shockingly, 42 million people in the United States cannot read at all, despite massive federal and state funding increasing year by year. Political correctness, teachers' unions, and administrative costs militate against genuine legitimate education. Billions of people in the Great White Throne Judgment will have never been instructed in literacy. We will have a major role in instructing these heretofore hapless individuals who will for the first time be in a teachable attitude, without Satan's influence and the despicable theory of evolution. Real teachers need actual experience in addition to theoretic book learning. At present, we are experiencing tests on a daily basis training us for our role as teachers in God's Kingdom. For our students in the Millennium, there will be a difficult exam at the end of the Millennium, when Satan will be released for a little while to attempt to deceive the world again. The instruction we have given our students will determine whether they pass this horrendous test, enabling them to enter God's family.



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