The parents work in this ultimate culture and the parents work in this ultimate culture for an ultimate corporation. It kind of sounds like an oxymoron. The ultimate corporation. And this corporation, whoa! You talk about cool! This corporation is run by men and women who highlight and underscore the transcendent values taught and modeled in the family. It’s pretty cool. Whenever the corporation would make a decision they would say, “How does this decision affect the family”? And the people that run the corporations in this ultimate culture would bow the knee to God and ask God for his advice, for his word.
I’m telling you man, this is the ultimate. Government? Government is the ultimate in this ultimate culture, too. The government officials would make decisions that highlight those transcendent values. They would tax everybody fairly. Whoa! The judges, and legislatures, and everybody would make these decisions based on Mom and Dad, based on keeping the marriage first and the parent child second; based on the family. Whoa! This is fun already, can’t you tell? You’re going, “Ed, I thought this was kinda of a tough message.” Just hold on. Hold on.
Television. There’s some creative people in television. In this ultimate culture the media moguls and the producers, and the actors and actresses would be cranking out stuff that inspires and uplifts the human spirit. It would like support everything the family is doing. And by the way, how about church? This family would be very involved in church. And the churches, like television, would be underscoring and highlighting those transcendent values taught and modeled in the family. This family would be very, very involved in church. They would go to church regularly, first Wednesdays.© Copyright admin, All rights Reserved. Written For: Ed Young Jr