Advice to “Teenaged” Men
One of my sons wrote a blog posting that I wish I had written. It’s really good. And powerful. And full of truth. Of course, had I written it, it wouldn’t have been nearly as effective as it is coming from one young man to another–the writer himself still being a college student.
I am amazed at the wisdom and understanding found in it. I am amazed at the truth that is spoken, even though much of this truth is not very popular these days. I want to walk around handing a copy of it to every young man I know. Truthfully, I want to hand a copy of it to some of the grown men I know.
Do you have a teenaged son? Or a teenaged brother? Or a teenaged nephew? Or a teenaged neighbor? You may very well want to ask him to sit down and read this with every ounce of understanding he possesses:
Advice to “Teenaged” Men by Dylan Dodson
And on any given day, whether we are male or female, may we rise to a similar “high calling” in our own lives which includes loving obedience to God, a true treating with respect the opposite sex, and a balanced sense of our own self-worth. Thank you, Dylan, for this reminder.
“How can a young man keep his way pure? By living it according to Your Word.” Psalm 119:9