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How to raise your Children Biblically in a Secular World. Part Five.

Greetings, and welcome back to the fifth part of our series on "How to raise your Children Biblically in a Secular World." As we have learned in the previous parts, the world we live in today is becoming increasingly secular. Therefore, as parents, we must raise our children according to God's principles.


Today, we will discuss the importance of instilling gratitude in our children. In Philippians 4:6, the Bible says, "Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God." As parents, we should teach our children to be grateful in all circumstances.


One practical way to instill gratitude in our children is by encouraging them to keep a gratitude journal. Then, have your children write down something they are thankful for daily. It could be something as simple as a beautiful sunset or a warm meal. By consistently practicing gratitude, our children will learn to appreciate the blessings in their lives.


Another way to teach our children gratitude is by modeling it ourselves. Let our children see us giving thanks to God for His provision and blessings in our lives. Let us also model gratitude towards others by showing appreciation for their kindness and generosity.


Colossians 3:17, the Bible says, "And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him." So, as we teach our children to do everything for the glory of God, we should also teach them to give thanks to Him for every good thing that comes their way.


Finally, as parents, we should intentionally remind our children of God's faithfulness and goodness. When our children face difficult times or challenges, we should encourage them to remember God's promises and faithfulness. Doing so, we help our children cultivate a spirit of gratitude that will sustain them throughout their lives.


In conclusion, instilling gratitude in our children is essential in raising them Biblically in a secular world. Let us teach our children to be grateful in all circumstances, model gratitude ourselves, and remind them of God's faithfulness and goodness. As we do so, we help our children develop a perspective that sees God's hand at work in every aspect of their lives. May God bless us all as we raise our children according to His word.


Amen.

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