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Note to Parents.

As parents, we are responsible for providing for our children's physical needs and nurturing them emotionally and spiritually. Therefore, one of the most crucial aspects of parenting is our attitude toward our children. Philippians 2:3-8 instructs us to have a servant's heart towards our children, considering them more important than ourselves. This means consistently putting their best interests first; we must prioritize our children's needs and desires above our own, striving always to prioritize their best interests first.

However, this does not mean that we should arrogantly impose our authority over our children. Instead, we must seek to lead by example, as exemplified through Jesus' washing of the disciples' feet in John 13:12-17. By humbly serving our children and demonstrating Christ's love through our actions, we can earn their respect and trust while guiding them toward a deeper understanding of the Christian faith.

Paul's care and teaching of others in I Thessalonians 2:6-8 highlights the importance of nurturing our children's spiritual growth. By sharing the Gospel with our children and encouraging them to participate in our faith communities actively, we can help them develop a strong foundation for their consistent relationship with God.

Ultimately, our attitude towards our children should reflect the love and grace that God has shown us. By modeling servant leadership and humility in our everyday interactions with our children, we can help them grow into confident, compassionate, and spiritually grounded individuals who will positively impact the world around them.

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