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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The Fulfilled Family
What does Gods Word say about raising a healthy family? How can a husband best love his wife? Why and how should a wife submit to her husband? What is the biblical goal in parenting a child?...
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Fathers Raise Your Children in the Lord
Today, it is not uncommon to see fathers in the church who are either passive or absent in raising their children in the discipline and instruction of the Lord.
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Answering the Key Questions About the Family
Click here to purchase this as a booklet. Ours is a dark and decaying society. Sins that only twenty years ago were gasped at and spoken of in hushed and troubled tones are now publicly flaunted...
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God's Pattern for Parents, Part 1
Tonight, as we continue in our look at what the Word of God has to say about the family, we come to the responsibility of parents. Turn in your Bible to Ephesians chapter 6 and verse 4. Amazingly, ...
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The Fulfilled Family
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God's Pattern for Parents, Part 2
Open your Bible to Ephesians chapter 6, Ephesians chapter 6. The key verse really here in the New Testament that it gives to us, Gods design for parenting is verse 4. It simply says, And, fathers...
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Perspectives On Parenthood
In this article, we will look for biblical principles on loving, teaching, disciplining, and developing children of spiritual and moral character.
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