“Not everyone has perfect children, so that is why in Titus, we are told to love our kids.” This writer hits the nail on the head. She also says that love for our children “doesn’t come or stay NATURALLY, it is something to be taught and practiced.” I think love came naturally to me, but it has taken some effort to make it stay.
LOVING YOUR CHILDREN
One of the greatest experiences in life is the birth of your children.
I read a sign once and it said, “ When your kids are born, you can’t wait till they can walk and talk. Once they learn to walk and talk, you keep telling them to “sit down and shut up”.
In Titus the topic of children is brought up.
Titus 2:4 “…that they teach the young women to love their children.”
Once again, we are left with the thought of why women have to learn to love their children when it should come naturally.
That is because it doesn’t come or stay NATURALLY, it is something to be taught and practiced.
No mother will say I don’t love my child but they will all tell you that their child has wore them to a frazzle.
The love that is discussed in Titus, is…
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