Parenting Books: Lion Never Sleeps: Preparing Those You Love for Satan’s Attacks
by Sylvia Cochran
by Mike Taliaferro
Discipleship Publications International
Book Review: The Lion Never Sleeps: Preparing Those You Love for Satan’s Attacks
“The Lion Never Sleeps” is a collection of cautionary tales that show just how easy it is for a new Christian to fall prey to Satan’s attacks. It also highlights the fact that more seasoned Christians are duty bound to look after the youngsters in the faith and help them fight off temptations. Moreover, the book proves that even the longtime Christian is not safe from the vicious attacks by Satan and his ilk.
Even though the book talks about new Christians and their susceptibility of being in Satan’s crosshairs, Christian parents will do well to remember that their children are not off limits. If your teen got baptized recently – or is thinking of getting baptized in the future – there are lessons you must learn now to protect her or his budding spirituality.
It goes without saying that your son will suddenly find himself on the receiving end of winks and whispers by a popular girl — even as he is unaware of the steep price that comes from following through on the “pleasures” she promises. Your daughter may suddenly find the attention and special treatment — which she always craved from her dad — coming from an attractive boy in school. Does she know that she is one decision away from inevitably altering the course of her life?
Christian parents, who read “The Lion Never Sleeps” with their children in mind, cannot help but fear for their kids’ spiritual safety. This book can galvanize you and set you into action like no parenting book was ever able to do. Pick up your copy today and begin devising a plan that protects not only the new Christians in your church, but also your children.
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