When I Don’t Know What to Do – Part 4
Ephesians 6:1-4; Colossians 3:20; Proverbs 22:6; Luke 15:11-32; Malachi 4:6; Romans 13:1-7; Genesis 22: 1; Kings 3:26.
As their father, I want the very best for Nathan, Madelyn, Sarah, and Sam. I want them to surpass me in every way. I am most invested in their wellbeing and success. I hurt when my children hurt. The times when we parents see our children fail, hurt, or make poor choices, can be among the most heartbreaking moments in our lives.
Worse still is when our children reject our faith, our counsel, and at times even our love. Divorce can be particularly difficult as children are often forced to choose which parent will have primary custody. When our children’s wellbeing is taken out of our hands, God offers peace, hope, and comfort.
From the story of Ishmael and Isaac, to the parable of the Prodigal son, the Word of God is replete with insight, comfort, and counsel for parents whose children are in even the most tenuous situations.
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