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Pass on the family truths – Proverbs 6

What I’m memorizing:
    My son, keep your father's commandment, and forsake not your mother's teaching. 
    Bind them on your heart always; tie them around your neck.

Proverbs 6:20-21

When Morgan’s dryer broke last week, she called Jeff.
When she needed an opinion on red high heels, she asked me.

parenting cartoonKids (of all ages) need advice from fathers and mothers.

Solomon wrote these words of Proverbs 6 not only to his own son, but to all children learning to bear the Family Name.

Guard the truths you’ve been entrusted with; don’t throw them away. Stretch them around your own life; bind them around your own circumstances.

Remember what your daddy told you. And if your mama said do it (or not), then do it (or not).

God planned for the young to learn His ways from the older.

It goes much deeper than burned-out dryer fuses and dress shoes. Be alert to godly wisdom from the mature.

It can keep you away from fires and outfit you to live with the King.

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