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The teenager's tomorrow — what will it be like?

Where do our young people stand in today's confused world?
What's ahead for them in the next decade?
Here's some good news about our youth — and an exciting glimpse into
the fantastic future just ahead for those young people who qualify.


YOUNG men and women, never before in man's existence has youth faced such terrifying and troublesome times. Your future looks grim indeed.

But we have good news for you! If you are a young person today, you have a better chance of achieving your cherished dreams than any other generation before you in the history of mankind!

Sound incredible? Or too good to be true? Or naïve? Don't be too sure.


A Wonderful New World Ahead

Believe it or not, there is a whole new world waiting for those who have the wisdom and vision to see it and the courage to take it. It is a world that will fulfill every dream and desire.

The dream of being recognized and accepted for your abilities and achievements. The dream of being accomplished in a challenging occupation with unlimited opportunities for advancement — and without the fear of "friends" who try to jerk the rug out from under you.

Tomorrow's World will fulfill the dream of possessing energy, drive and resourcefulness — of enjoying robust, vibrant, radiant health. Of being educated in the liberal arts and the social graces. Of being blessed with the physical riches of life — tasty, nutritional food; smart, well-tailored clothing; and a fine home decorated with elegant furniture, rugs and appliances. A home located in beautiful and spacious surroundings with a lush lawn, plenty of shade trees and a few pets for the children. A home where your hopes and dreams are shared through a full and rewarding lifetime in a deliriously happy relationship with a loving mate and with normal, healthy, happy and respectful children.

Tomorrow's World — your world if you qualify — will fulfill the dreams of recreation and travel. That longing desire to see those faraway places will be satisfied with comfortable and leisurely trips. Hunting, fishing, hiking, camping and other recreational activities will be available for all in vast, unspoiled natural parks of breathtaking beauty.

Young people, you stand on the threshold of something really big!

But will all this come about as the natural end result of our modern social evolution? Are we, all of us — youth included — on our way to a man-made utopia?

Not on your life! Today our world — and your future — is tottering on the brink of oblivion.


Today's Nightmare

Around the globe, political, military, social and religious differences keep the world in foment. Over forty-five wars have been fought since the close of the "war to end all wars" — World War II. Despite the optimism of some world leaders and statesmen, there is no peace. The world continues to arm itself to the point of many times overkill capacity.

Exploding populations and dwindling food supplies are spreading a cloak of starvation that the experts predict will kill millions by 1975. Unless you know something world leaders don't, you could go hungry in less than ten short years.

Students are rioting in practically every major nation around the globe.

Sickness and disease of every description — mental as well as physical — are increasing everywhere.

Crime is growing at unprecedented rates — nine times faster than the population in the U.S.

Weather is upset.

Air, water, land and noise pollution are critical problems in many areas. Our soils are rapidly being depleted and the food we eat often has little nutritional value.

Our cities are overcrowded concrete jungles with monstrous transportation, sanitation and pollution problems.

Marital unhappiness, infidelity, divorce, homosexuality and venereal disease eat away at the very foundation of our society like a gnawing cancer.

The capstone to this dreary mountain of woe is "the bomb." It stands ever ready to ring down the closing curtain on mankind.

Yes, left to himself, man would destroy all life on this planet within the next few years.

But thankfully, man will not be left to himself. God in heaven will intervene and prevent man from destroying himself. First, however, man must learn some invaluable — but painful — lessons. Man will have to learn the hard way — the way of bitter experience — that he is not capable of ruling himself.

In the next very few years, climactic, earth-shaking, mind-chilling events are destined to take place which will result in the death of hundreds of millions of human beings. The nations of this world — including our English-speaking nations — will suffer the horrors of famine, pestilence, war and slavery (request our free booklet The U.S. and British Commonwealth in Prophecy).


Unbelievable Prosperity in Tomorrow's World

A sound and productive agricultural system must be the physical foundation of a truly prosperous society. Tomorrow's World will have such a system. Here is a brief glimpse of what agriculture will be like in this New Age:

"Good times will return. There will be heavy crops of fruit to prepare for My people's return [the return of today's English-speaking people from captivity]. . . . See, I God am for you, and I will come and help you as you prepare the ground and sow your crops. . . . I will abolish crop failures and famine. I will give you huge harvests from your fruit trees and fields."

"There will be such abundance of crops, that the harvest time will scarcely end before the farmer starts again to sow another crop" (Ezek. 36:8-9, 29-30; Amos 9:13 — all quotes from the major and minor prophets in this article are from the Living Prophecies series).

The crops of fruit and grain will be tremendous when those people who live through the coming time of trouble return to their former homeland and resettle it. After years of rest, the land will be fertile and productive.

Instead of upset weather and drought, there will be rain in due season and every year's crops will yield profitable returns. Farming operations will be an overwhelming success, because right instruction will be given in all matters of agriculture and farming.

Future farmers of America and of other nations, how would you like to be leaders in a farming community like this?


The Fabulous Cities of Tomorrow

"I will greatly increase your population throughout all Israel [remember this is speaking of the lands occupied by the English-speaking people of today], and the ruined cities will be rebuilt and filled with people. Not only the people, but your flocks and herds will also greatly multiply. O mountains of Israel, again you will be filled with homes. I will do even more for you than I did before" (Ezek. 36:10, 11).

If cities are going to be rebuilt and the land is going to be filled with homes, then someone is going to have to build them. The entire gamut of skills will be needed — carpenters, bricklayers, painters, architects, designers, plumbers, engineers and builders.

Talk about a fantastic opportunity!

Huge areas of destroyed cities and communities from this present age will be waiting to be cleared of debris and beautified. Whole new cities and communities will need to be developed from drawing board to completed project.

The new office and business buildings in these cities and towns will be beautiful and efficient. Slipshod and slovenly workmanship will not be tolerated. And the homes will be modern, spacious dwellings that will capture the imagination of happy young couples. Even the city homes will have spacious yards with room for gardens, small orchards and animals!

Young women, how would you like to be a homemaker, wife and mother in an environment like this? Young men, how would you like to be a father, husband, provider and leader in this kind of world?

Sound too good to be true? We're here to tell you that this is exactly what will happen. Is it worth your time to check it out? Why pass up such a fantastic chance just because it doesn't sound like the same old pessimistic song you've heard all of your life?


Opportunities Unlimited

Today millions of square miles of this earth are desert. But here is what is in store for the Mojave, the Kalahari, the Nubian, the Sahara and other deserts:

"Even the wilderness and desert will rejoice in those days, the desert will blossom with flowers. Yes, there will be an abundance of flowers and singing and joy! The deserts will become as green as the Lebanon mountains, as lovely as Mount Carmel's pastures and

Sharon's meadows; for the Eternal will display his glory there, the excellency of our God . . . Springs will burst forth in the wilderness, and streams in the deserts" (Isaiah 35:1, 2, 6).

Have you ever wondered what the United States looked like during the days of Lewis and Clark, Davy Crockett and Daniel Boone when this land was virgin wilderness — when prairie grass reached up to a horse's bridle and game was abundant and the rivers were flowing with pristine water and the air was pure and fresh, laden with the sweet fragrance of blossoming trees and flowers?

Well, that is what today's deserts will be like in the World Tomorrow. They will become beautiful, rich and productive land waiting to be pioneered, settled, and developed.

Talk about thrills, opportunities and excitement! Now there is something worth working for — something far more valuable than anything the hippies, yippies or any other dissenting group of young people ever hope to achieve or even dare to dream about.