This is only for people who believe the Bible to be God's word.
One of the worst things about human beings as they age is they get set in their ways. This behavior is that of stubbornness, having the closed mind attitude of, "I know it all, so no one can tell me anything," etc. It doesn't matter if one is 27-years-old, or 95-years-old, no one knows everything, and anyone regardless of age can always do betterbecause there is always room for improvement (1 Corinthians 8:2; Proverbs 20:9; Luke 1:80; Matthew 5:48; Luke 2:52; Colossians 2:2–7).
When things are presented to us, we should at least hear what the other person is saying and consider the kind of information that has been placed before us (Matthew 23:3; Mark 4:9; Acts 15:4–6). After hearing the person out, we can then decide if that person is speaking what is true, and if so, we should be willing to acknowledge that we aren't above learning new things and we should change (Acts 17:11). On the other hand, if we listen to the person and find they are wrong, we need to refute the misleading information (Revelation 2:2; Acts 19:13–20).
So remember, the person who can't see the warning is usually the one who is in danger (Proverbs 22:3, Ezekiel 3:16–21; Romans 11:8–10; 2 Corinthians 4:3–4; 1 Corinthians 1:18–21).
Hope to hear from you or see you at the services.