Sometimes in their gospel meetings, workers will ask "childrens' questions". They will ask children questions and then give them scripture that they use to answer the questions. This is how workers brainwash kids at an early age.
After singing a hymn, praying and singing another hymn, the worker will ask children's questions. It typically lasts about 10 minutes or so and is taken out of the time for the younger worker to speak. This is handy for younger workers who haven't learned to speak longer as it gives them a little break from the time pressure.
Children are typically ignorant of scripture. Some children cannot read, some can read but don't. The children typically are not taught to read scripture in context to gain an understanding of what the author was trying to teach and as a result grow up with wrong interpretations of scripture. This leads to many false beliefs in their teen years and often as an adult.
Workers take advantage of children. The parents are responsible for putting their children in this situation. It is the responsibility of parents to teach their children and be careful who they allow to influence their kids.
Some questions were good, but there was deceit in the others. It only takes a little poison to make something deadly.
Children's Questions I Remember
Here are some questions I remember from gospel meetings
Did Jesus have a home?
What were the names of the 12 apostles? (a good question)
Who made heaven and earth? (bad question because they got answer wrong.)
Workers can be very subtle. They may never say something, but they teach it by insinuation, using guile - suggesting something and getting other people to draw wrong conclusions. They claim that when people come to their understanding, that this is a "revelation" from God. The scripture tells us that Satan was the most subtle of all the beasts of the field. Satan deceived Eve. How much more can Satan deceive little children?
Childrens' questions are cute to unsuspecting kids and parents. They are used by workers to brainwash kids and their parents with lies that are carried onto their adult years.
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|To open their eyes, and to turn them from darkness to light, and from the power of Satan unto God, that they may receive forgiveness of sins, and inheritance among them which are sanctified by faith that is in me. - Jesus Christ speaking to Saul, see Act 26:18, see Salvation through Jesus Christ.|