A Family Devotional by Alicia White
We all have a frame. Our frame is made up of thoughts, responses, language, and actions that define for us who we are. Like osmosis, our frame begins at birth through what we hear, what we believe, what we say, and what we do. If a child does not know whose they are, the world around them will define their frame. The frame of the world is full of selfish anti-Christ ideologies originating from Satan himself.
Addressing some of the most relevant culture-shifting topics of today’s generation, like homosexuality, transgender, abortion, and selfish and worldly thinking, we will uproot and dismantle the frame of the world that is trying to define a generation. Your family will find the Father’s heart towards them, responding to His love and truth, their language will shift, and they will find their purpose in doing what the Father does.
Many parents might be asking why such subjects as homosexuality, transgender, and abortion in a family devotional? The truth is, these things are not cultural issues, or moral issues, but spiritual issues. Satan has waged an all-out war on the mind and soul of a generation, to steal, kill, and destroy their identity and abort the will and purposes of the Father in their lives. But not only in their lives, but in the lives of families and generations to come. These worldly ideologies go against the very fabric of the Father’s creation of family and is a strategic plan of Satan to destroy God’s DNA multiplying on earth itself.
We must have the answer for the battle Satan is waging for God’s seed. If this generation does not hear and receive truth from us, they will hear and receive lies from the world, and we, the parents, will be held accountability for what we did not impart. Let your voice be the one that leads your family into truth and identity in the Father.
8 Main Topics
Son/Daughter of the Living God
Male and Female He Created Us
Life is in the Blood
Framed Inside of Christ
I Am Who You Say I Am
The Power of the Tongue
Doing as the Father Does
48 family devotions broken up into 8 main topics