Jesus also, that he might sanctify the people with his own blood, suffered outside the gate. Therefore, let us go forth to him outside the camp, bearing his reproach. For we have no continuing city here, but we seek one to come.
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A message to the saints in Louisville from Preacher Clark,
originally recorded by Earl Pittman in April of 1972.
Gary Savelli’s Reel 4, Track 13
In his message, Preacher Clark said, “Education without God is a dangerous weapon; it’s worse than guns.” Giving an education to a man without God is like giving honor to a fool, and Solomon warned his children sternly about making that mistake (Prov. 26:1). He told his children that educating a fool was like loading a gun, or in his words, “putting a rock in a sling.”
Education without God transforms a man into a bigger fool than he could ever be without an education. As Preacher Clark would say at another time, we in this society used to suffer from a lack of education, but now we are suffering from too much of it. He was referring to the educational system being in the hands of fools. And these educated fools have done more to corrupt young people than any number of uneducated fools could ever have done.