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How can knowing our Father in heaven help us as a father on earth? Based on the Lord's Prayer.
Today we learn how important it is to create a unique family micro-culture, discover your children's strengths and weaknesses, be a role model, respond, don't react and be consistent.
The key to your marriage is the revelation that you are a beloved son and daughter of your heavenly Father. This week we will understand how God can give us a fresh revelation of the heart of God. This will change our attitude to marriage, parenting, relationships and life. Are you willing to let God change your heart?
As we finish off this biblical principle, we learn the wisdom of being patient (Proverbs 14:29). Our Bottom Line is: When you think you can’t wait, don’t lose your cool. We can work hard to keep control of our words, actions, and attitudes while we wait. That way we can avoid doing something we might regret.
Week Three’s Bible story, Hannah wants to become a mother but is waiting for a baby (1 Samuel 1:9–2:1). Even through the sadness of her prayers, God gives her the strength to wait until the time is right. Our Bottom Line is: When you think you can’t wait, tell God about it. God wants us to talk to Him when we’re facing a difficult time.
Much has been written about the love of a mother, so much that you would think that love almost comes naturally for a mother. But you ask any Mom and if she is honest, she will tell you how God used her children to fine tune her motherly love. And the more children she had, the more fine tuning she received. Love is a very important aspect of parenting, but there is a facet of love that is absolutely essential to develop if you would aspire to do the very best for your child. If this is of interest to you, listen on...
What does it mean to be a Christian mother, father and child? A Christians employee, employer? Ephesians 6:1-9 gives us some guiding principles.
It is a scientific fact. Due to something called cytoplasmic RNA mom’s have a bit more genetic impact on little junior than does dad (sorry guys). And moms also play a huge role in the spiritual development of their children. Praise God for godly moms! Two thousand years ago a godly mom by the name of Eunice had a huge impact in the life of her son Timothy. Who was she and what did she do?