Always the Same

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Parent the way you should parent—the way God instructs you.

Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever. Hebrews 13:8

In a world that seems to be spinning out of control, we as moms can take comfort in the fact that our Lord, Jesus Christ, has never changed, nor will He ever change! In a world where we can feel we are losing control daily, with our schools, laws, etc, we can have peace that Jesus is in control of everything. In a world where we feel the bad people get away with everything, and the good people get trampled on, we can take heart that Jesus has overcome the world. (John 16:33)

The enemy wants us to become discouraged and feel like there is no hope in this world. But, remind yourself, that your hope has never been in the world, your hope is in Christ. Christ will see you and your children through this world. In Christ, you can do all things, (Philippians 4:13), in Christ we have hope, (Colossians 1:7), because of the death of Jesus on the cross we have victory over this world.  (Matthew 28: 18-20)

Parent the way you should parent, the way God instructs you. Be bold! Because the God you serve, the God you obey is the same today, yesterday and tomorrow. Stand firm!

Prayer

Father, I live in a world that changes daily and it is not always good. But, thank You Lord, that You NEVER change. Thank You that You are the same and You are the one and only person I can count on 100% of the time. God, give me Your boldness to parent my children the way You teach me to parent them. Thank you for Your steadfastness and Your love.

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