From infancy you have known the holy writings. This is taken from 2 Timothy 3:15.
You may have been raised by parents devoted to Jehovah God. It was from your parents that “you learned” about the true God and how to please him. This certainly has done much to make you “wise for salvation through faith in Christ Jesus” and help you to be “completely equipped” for God’s service. (2 Timothy 3:14–17) a key question now is, will you show appreciation for what you have received? That may call on you to do some self examination. Considers us questions asked: ‘How do I feel about being part of a long line of faithful witnesses? How do I feel about being among the relatively few on earth today who are known by God? Do I appreciate what a unique and grim privilege it is to know the truth?’ Some youths have been tempted to see what life and the world is like. But there is no need for us to experience the “decadent course of debauchery” in this world just to discover how excruciatingly distressing that can be. (1 Peter 4:4)