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    Kid Help (Parents Taking Control)
    Florence Simmons
    Kid Help (Parents Taking Control)

    Kids are raising parents; parents aren�t raising kids. Would you like to know the solution to raise your child to obey you so that he or she can learn the important values of life? These insights will save you a tremendous amount of grief.

    Kid Help gives you

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    As parents, training your child to know the nuts and bolts of living and thriving in this world is unquestionably necessary. All children need to know how to make wise choices, which are based on sound values that stand the test of time. These basic values will provide them common-sense wisdom when major or minor life decisions need to be made. Poor decisions could possibly ruin your child’s life.

    Your child is more important than any project you’ve ever accomplished, any longed-for award, or any high status you might be striving to achieve, because you determine your child’s future outcome; no small task that God has assigned to you!

    Your job is not to raise this child to be popular or successful, but to fulfill God’s plan that was determined for him before he was born. This is a crucial point; most loving first-time parents–including myself–wish we had been more aware of this goal.

    You really are the right one(s) to train this child. You may feel “Yipes, I feel so inadequate to raise a child” or “I’m not yet prepared for this responsibility in my life.” I haven’t found too many parents who started out well-equipped for this task. Feelings of unpreparedness don’t change the fact that God has placed this precious life in your hands for a reason. Your child is important to Him, and so are you.

    If you fail to lay the right foundation and stepping-stones, you will travel a very rocky path. Positive values aren’t inherited. They aren't passed on in the genes of your child. If they were, parenting would be a lot easier.

    Each child has special gifts and abilities, but if children don’t grow to be responsible individuals by learning morals and godly character traits, they will focus on self-gratification and not carry out the plans God has for them. Heeding God’s principles of truthfulness and honesty while becoming a person of integrity will enable your child to achieve the best.

    When biblical values are stored up in your child’s heart, you will benefit from less stress in the home and also gain a child who is more willing to be obedient to you because she loves Jesus.

    The main ingredients needed to nurture children throughout all their years are boundaries, discipline, training, and a liberal share of your love, affection, and acceptance. Additionally, they need abundant hugs and touches, and, for boys, tussling. Family time, personal time for talking, and opportunities to develop self-esteem are also crucial.

    God loves you unconditionally, and He wants you to love your children unconditionally as well. Someone once said that you simply can’t love on them too much.
    The main ingredients needed to nurture children throughout all their years are boundaries, discipline, training, and a liberal share of your love, affection, and acceptance. Additionally, they need abundant hugs and touches, and, for boys, tussling. Family time, personal time for talking, and opportunities to develop self-esteem are also crucial.

    God loves you unconditionally, and He wants you to love your children unconditionally as well. Someone once said that you simply can’t love on them too much.
    The main ingredients needed to nurture children throughout all their years are boundaries, discipline, training, and a liberal share of your love, affection, and acceptance. Additionally, they need abundant hugs and touches, and, for boys, tussling. Family time, personal time for talking, and opportunities to develop self-esteem are also crucial.

    At the very beginning of your child's life, you set the example. Your child will watch you. To show love as a Christian parent isn’t always easy. It requires strength for commitment, sacrifice, and determination to do the right thing. You will need God’s help.

    I began praying Scripture for my children because of the life, power and impact of God’s Word. I used the Apostle Paul’s example for these Scripture prayers. The following are two segments written to the Ephesians that will bless your children with wisdom and spiritual insight.
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