Instructions of The Father…

Proverbs chapter 4 Wisdom Is Supreme

When a parent sit down with their children and begin to teach them about values and morals. It’s because the parents want their children to succeed in life, to be equipped to handle life. When I think about all the things a parent teaches their children I am so reminded of Proverbs Chapter 4 it’s called ” Wisdom Is Supreme” while reading this I saw something much deeper than what we as parents teach our children.  if we would take the bible and read this chapter to our children and explain it to them in detail we would be given them the perfect lesson on how to live.

I don’t know about you but I saw somethings that I did not teach my child and had I done what it said in their I could have avoided a lot of heart-ache and mistakes.

We as parents love our children and we want the best for them. God loves us more than we will ever love our children and because He loves us so much doesn’t it make sense to use His word as a guide instead of going on what our parents taught us? Yeah, I wish I would have used this guide it is clearly the best approach to wisdom we can give our children.

Maybe you’re like me and you did your best and now that they are grown you’re wondering what can I do about it now? In all honesty you can still do something about it,  you can still tell your children about the  teachings of  life.

It’s never too late to teach God’s word to anyone…because even as an adult those words which our Lord gives us will still help them in their adult years. That is the beauty of God’s word, it never goes out of date, you can use it no matter how old or young you are..It’s still works…AMEN


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