Ephesians 6:4 ESV

Fathers, do not provoke your children to anger, but bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord.

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More Thoughts for Fathers on Ephesians 6:4
John Piper looks at what it means for fathers to nourish, admonish, and instruct their children so that they will love Christ.
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Ways Parents Provoke
In Ephesians 6:4, Paul writes, Fathers, do not provoke your children to anger, but bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord. In our series these last two weeks, weve looked at b...
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Lesson 52: The Spirit-filled Home, Part 2 (Ephesians 6:4)
After a speaker had concluded his luncheon address about the needs of youth to a civic club in a Canadian city, a big, burly man stepped up to shake his hand. I want to show you something, he said, pulling out his wallet. He carefully pulled out five well-worn photos of young m...
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Dont Provoke Your Teenage Children to Anger
Children, including teenagers, should treat their parents with respect (Ephesians 6:2). But it cuts both ways. Fathers, do not provoke your children to anger (Ephesians 6:4). Of course children can get angry for no good reason. But the point is&
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9. Child Rearing Made Simple (Ephesians 6:4; 5:1; and others)
Expository study of the Christian Family: As our heavenly Father relates to us as His children, so we should relate to our children.
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Raising Children Who Hope in the Triumph of God
Our great challenge is to be the kind of church and the kind of parents that raise up children who hope in the triumph of God.
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Lesson 53: Child Rearing in One Sentence (Ephesians 6:4; 5:1; and others)
When Arthur Gordon was 13 and his brother was 10, their father had promised to take them to the circus. But while he was home for lunch there was a phone call. Some urgent business required his attention at work. The two boys braced themselves for the disappointment. But then the...
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Ephesians 6:4
Role of the husband. The father is the parent responsible for setting the pattern for the child’s obedience in the family. Any discipling the mother does is an extension of the father’s authority in the home. The husband and father must take leadership in this area of t...
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Fathers Are for Freedom Ephesians 6:4
Following the bible.org model, this outline and accompanying audio message from Dr. Bill Lawrence of Leader Formation International are designed to assist users of bible.org to grow and teach quality principles of leadership in an appropriate context for their respective audience...
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