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What causes some children to turn into killers? Was that their destiny?

More attention to the high chair will put cobwebs on the electric one. 
    Some are born with the Holy Spirit right from birth as was Jesus-(but confirmed later to Him -Matthew 3:16,17)-and John The Baptist, and others. Others turn to evil shortly after being born unless there is strong parental influence and guidance. Kids will bring out the strengths in parents if parents have the strength to bring out the best in their kids -Proverbs 27:17.
    However, some think males are born with an extra Y chromosome, the one that determines maleness. Others think not: "The idea that a particular gene causes any common behavioral phenotype seems quite unlikely." Steven Hyman, director of the National Institute of Mental Health near Washington D.C., in New Scientist, May 20, 2000.
    At any rate, some children do become unruly, troublesome, or overly aggressive and seem likely to become criminals. Early training and exposure to love is important in counteracting these tendencies. 
    Saying we are 'slaves to our genes' is ludicrous! An inclination to be criminal doesn't come from a gene. You can sit DNA protected in a lab atmosphere and wait forever for it to replicate and it won't. It just won't come alive!-Many-other factors are involved. 
    We are autonomous beings. Our actions and even health is determined by decisions, not that which tells us what we are – genes. The mind is above the gene and can indeed influence it.
    Care less parents who neglect their children's upbringing, leaving them to the glorified violence that is presented as 'fun' both on TV and in video games, can amplify such a child's disposition. 
    Studies have shown that some artificial colors and flavorings when present in the blood stream can excite the nervous system beyond normality (ADD) and especially so sitting under fluorescent lights at length. The subject is impressively covered by the pioneer, Dr. John Ott who originally did the beautiful time lapse photography of flowers as they 'awakened'. 
    When love (with all that means for the ultimate welfare of the child) and right affection is withheld from a child or severed through a separation of mom and dad, a fertile breeding ground for evil influences that bombard us all, leading to all kinds of overt-selfish expressions is produced -Proverbs 18:2. The child's heart can be effectively left to itself (or rather, left to the devil's {deeds of evil} influences) -Proverbs 17:19; 22:15
    God is love -1John 4:8,16. Anything not of love is eventually headed into self destruction. It's almost like it's a law of the universe. 
    One choice after another becomes easier to make for the evil until one is seared in character (as if with a branding iron by having a perpetual consciousness of something harmful) and eventually finds himself in serious trouble. 
    The cruelest thing a parent can do is to neglect loving, caring, warm affection and being involved with their children. Leaving them to the TV and violent video arcade style games, is allowing your children to be trained to kill. The article is available here, by a professional of 25 years experience training soldiers to kill; getting the kill ratio up for the United States Army.
    All positive involvement reaps strong character in kids. Spend time talking with your kids. Spend time hugging and holding them. Spend time teaching them what you sense they need to hear. Spend time having fun with them. Let them spend time with you and other adults so they can see how adults should properly interact with one another. 
    I used to tuck into bed with my two boys almost every night, from about the age of three to thirteen or fourteen. They were never afraid to go to bed. We would seldom, if ever, send them away from us to go to bed. We took them to bed. It was the time to wind down the day for all of us. Shortly after, we went to bed too. The time before sleep is a most important time for children. The thoughts they have before dozing off set with them throughout the sleep period. 
    I'd lie across the bottom of the bed, scratch their legs, back, rub their feet, scratch their heads. They loved it. This brought forth good emotions in them, evident to this day.
    I'd let them talk and ask me questions. I was careful not to use the time as interrogation time which could put them on the defensive. All these things built a great bond between us.
    We even took them on our anniversaries to have dinner with us. And out with our friends when we paid, and invited our friend's kids along too. They also came on most vacations. I could count the number of times on both hands we had a baby sitter in all those years. Every time we did, some little negative occurred. I learned to listen to the little warnings in life. Few problems ever came along.-...answer continues

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