Parents and teachers have long known that a child absorbs information like a sponge. If we teach our children early enough, it will have a lasting effect till they grow old. When we tell them what they must do, we must tell them why.
Teach your child biblical truths now. The first lesson in wisdom is that we must respect God. He made everything. He is greater than we are. We must give honor to him.
A person who does not know God may be clever. He may have many skills. We can learn many things from him. Such a person lacks something important. He has missed the first lesson. Wisdom begins when a person respects God.
God loves us so dearly that he gave his one and only son to purchase us from our sins. The love that Jesus is teaching us is a love so great that it even embraces our enemies. He commands us to love each other. Just as He has loved us, we should love each other.
Discover the joy in giving guaranteed with a promise of receiving in return.
“Give, and you will receive. Your gift will return to you in full – pressed down, shaken together to make room for more, running over, and poured into your lap. The amount you give will determine the amount you get back.” -Luke 6:38 NLT
Father’s Day has been celebrated for over 100 years in many countries around the world, although at different times of the year. Make it a family event.
Make the day joyful. The most important aspect of the day is that you are present and attentive. It does not take material presents to make a Dad happy – it takes showing your love and appreciation.
Happy Father’s Day!
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