David said in Psalm 119:1, “Your word I have hidden in my heart, that I might not sin against You.” Today most adults do not routinely memorize the Word of God. Yet, without that Word hidden in their lives we can not apply the second principle that Psalm 78:1-8 shares, which is found in verses 5-7, “To make know to their children” the truth of God’s Word. We must be involved in sharing with our children the Word of God so that they in turn can impact future generations with that same truth. But in order to do that we must know, understand, and apply it to our own lives. We need to remember that every church, community, and society is only one generation removed from error. One of the realities of our country is that for generations, one of the consistent books used to teach and instruct children, even in our education system, was the Word of God. It should come as no surprise to us, that the removal of God and the Bible from our schools, and court systems goes hand in hand with the decline of this country morally. It has all really happened in one generation, why? Because we have neglected to teach the Word of God to our children, so that they may pass it along to their children. In the maze of moral confusion, God’s Word serves to guide us. It is not always easy to teach children the Word of God. Sometimes our own lack of knowledge and understanding hinders us, that is where the church can become a resource to aid us in that process. Sometimes our supposed lack of time hinders our teaching the Word of God to our children, but the reality is that we make time for what is really important to us. One of the best ways to learn is to do so together! Make time to understand the Word of God, and allow your children to grow with you as you come to understand and follow that Truth.