The basics of biblical parenting involve more than simply raising a child. Parents are directly responsible to God for more than providing food, shelter, and protection. When we adopt God's standards as our own, we produce quality character that is different from a child's natural inclinations. Proverbs 22:6 emphasizes the significance of biblical parenting: "Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it." As parents turn to the Bible for instruction they are able to open up channels in their children's lives so that God's grace can flow in.
What are the basics of biblical parenting, and what hinders that flow?
What are the basics of biblical parenting in responding to conflicts?
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Many of us desire success so that we can go and show off to the people we used to fail with.
We want to play with both success and failure but this cannot be so.
Because we think we have succeeded we go back to boast without seeing that we are playing with failure. It is easy for us to fail again because we do not take notice.
We forget quickly how we got to succeed and we go back to the way we used to live while we were still living in failure. When you play with both, the result is obvious and failure is inevitable.