Proverbs 22.6 says 'train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it. I'm am far from being a perfect parent. I have many regrets...I regret to say LOL. But one thing I hold dear to my heart is knowing that if I've done nothing else...I have established within my children's lives the importance of knowing God. My kids don't believe in Santa. They know they have a Savior.
I look back and wish I was more disciplined about instilling academic discipline in my kids. But truth be told, many educated, prosperous, well to do people will miss the rapture. So when it comes down to it, the best legacy I can give my kids is read your word, fellowship with other believers, talk to Him, thank Him.
It's so cool when your efforts to establish a relationship between your child and God are confirmed when they tell you how they 'prayed' about something, or you hear them thanking God without prompting or better yet they choose not to do something cause they know they are Christian and they don't want to grieve the Spirit of God. Thank you Lord...for EVERYTHING:)
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The following is for my own accountability. Those of you who wish to join me feel free. You can never get enough spiritual food...ENJOY!!! This is the first year I'm reading the Word cover to cover. If I can read a 500 page novel in a week, surely I can read my 2200 pg bible in 52 weeks!! Daily reading schedule example:
1st of the month read:
~*Proverbs and Psalms read ENTIRELY by the end of each month*~
Before I begin my study I make sure my heart is right with prayer and worship.
I ask Him to give me Wisdom, Understanding, Knowledge and Discernment.
If He leads me somewhere else before I actually study...so be it...I want more of HIM
FAITH COMES BY HEARING
AND HEARING BY THE WORD OF GOD
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