Why Kirk Cameron Praises God: ‘Because Of You, I Know What Good Is’
By Movieguide® Contributor
Kirk Cameron is reminding us of God’s power in our lives.
“As sure as the sun rises every morning, God is here,” he said in a Facebook video. “He is with us. He’s not far from each one of us. Although we forget, we get amnesia, we’ve got to come back to the knowledge that God is the sovereign of the universe.”
Cameron then prayed with his viewers: “Father, thank you that you are good. I thank you, Lord, that because of you, I can know what good is…God, you civilized us by giving us heaven’s standard of what good is. You are good, and every good law is a reflection of your character.”
He also talked about his upcoming tour of the United States, adding, “I want to see this brush fire of revival spread across the nation this fall.”
Cameron recently announced his plans to launch SkyTree Book Fairs, an alternative to schools’ Scholastic Book Fairs.
“It’s obvious that Scholastic is committed to indoctrinating our youth with harmful messages,” he told Fox News. “They are not just the 1,000-pound gorilla in this space. They are the space. They are the ones publishing this material. We want to knock them out of the race.”
Cameron is the author of many popular children’s books, including his latest, “The Fox, The Fair, and the Invention Scare.”
“Our world is at war, literally,” Cameron said of the book’s message. “And all along our children are watching, trying to make sense of things. If we can show them something different, if we can show them that we’re really all brothers, we can give them hope.”
Movieguide® previously reported on Cameron’s book:
Kirk Cameron’s latest children’s book, “The Fox, The Fair, and the Invention Scare,” is teaching kids that love can conquer all.
“Ironically, one of the lies culture tells your children is that the love of self should be their single most important priority,” a description of the book reads. “But, what about teaching them the hard lesson about Christ’s higher, self-sacrificial love? In Kirk’s new book, on the topic of loving your enemy, Stewart the Giraffe dreams of beating Asher at the Hive Haven Fair. But, when an unexpected accident ruins Stewart’s chances, it’s how Asher reacts that changes everything!”
“The Fox, The Fair, and the Invention Scare” has also inspired Cameron to “not just talk the talk, but walk the walk” when communicating with his critics.
“I’m a Christian conservative, traditional-values guy. There are people out there who appear to be my enemies,” he said of those who have publicly criticized and protested against him. “They probably see me as their enemy. But I think we can have respectful discussions about family values, morality, religion and the books we should be reading to our children.”
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