Jesus, cast a look on me. Give me sweet simplicity. Make me poor and keep me low. Seeking only Thee to know.

Friday, January 25, 2013

[As parents]"If you allow unholy anger to muddy the correction process, you are wrong.  You need to ask for forgiveness.  Your right to discipline your child is tied to what God has called you to do, not your own agenda.  Unholy anger- anger over the fact that you are not getting what you want form your child- will muddy the waters of discipline.  Sadly, most correction occurs as a by- product of children being an embarrassment or irritation, and the child learns then about the fear of man not the fear of God.   Unholy human anger may teach your children to fear you.  They may even behave better, but it will not bring about biblical righteousness."  Ted Tripp Shepherding A Child's Heart

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