Tweets and a few other thoughts for raising kids, marriage and family interactions

Good morning ladies! I hope this finds you doing well and enjoying life.

So this post is going to be different. I have been regularly tweeting and posting on platforms I am on. You can find and follow them on Twitter, Facebook, Telegram, The Torah Network, Patreon, Gab and Instagram.

Training our children to grow up to have good lives involves so much. Sons and daughters have much to learn. The sons are first here and what I have for daughters is below that. I will say more as time goes on. May we all do the best we can and bring glory to God. May we be good examples and constantly strive to improve.

Today I am going to address something very important regarding our boys. The daughters should be taught not to throw these things in their husbands faces or be contentious when they fall short. Everyone will never consistently hit the mark. That is unrealistic.

Our sons really do need to be shown and taught what being a husband entails. To live for Yah and bring glory to Him is glorious.

*Remember to teach our children that the servant who did only what was required was still called unprofitable . Men not honoring their wives causes Yah to not even hear their prayers. Not providing for their families is equated to being worse than an infidel. This is very serious to Yah and we need to do the best we can to give them the best solid foundation we can give them. *

This is where the rubber meets the road.. what examples and what teachings are we giving our children? Talking at them and not showing the why behind Yahs way is a hindrance to their growth. What are we living?

For now I am only addressing about the sons here. Yes I know overlapping principles for the daughters. If we want our children to succeed in life regarding families later on we must have these conversations and give these examples. Yep, we will make mistakes and not always be that example. Dust yourself off, repent, apologize when should and just keep moving forward. Your children will be blessed by it.

What we teach and our examples to our children can be such a gift to them when they are adults and have own families.

I addressed the sons first already and did that on purpose. In time I will say more. For now I will address the daughters and this may be longer because this is what I am trying to live out personally. Just like I said about our daughters, our sons need to be taught not to throw in their wives faces and be contentious when their wives fall short. There will be times when women miss the mark too. We must all have realistic expectations.

*Titus 2:3-5 is foundational. If we are only doing the bare minimum we are not being the profitable servant. Our attitude and how we treat our families as we are fullfilling these things is what matters far more than doing the physical. It is equated to blaspheming the Word if we are not doing these things. Just saying we love our families is not enough. Our actions is what is important. Saying we love them but making everyone want to hide from us is not honoring Yah or them. Have you thought about how we have our own version and kinda equivalent to the men being told if they are not honoring us their prayers aren’t heard? Sin cuts people off from Yah and if we are treating our families and/or living life in a manner that is sinful, our prayers won’t be heard either. Everyone is affected by this truth. Men are just told something a little extra that is incredibly important. It is true for sure but we must apply this to ourselves too. If we are refusing to “provide for our families” does that not possibly put us in the same boat as being worse than an infidel? Maybe, but not saying it absolutely does. To those who know to do good and do not, it is counted as sin. These are serious things. I am referring to thinking of some principles in a deeper way where we can do better. It isn’t just hey you aren’t providing and are worse than an infidel for men and we women get to blow off our own responsibilities. It all works together.

Submission is viewed as a bad word now. It gets fought against so hard. The world and even in the world of Churches have lied about and failed to show what it really means. It does not mean we are door mats and just sit down, shut up, do as you are told. There is so much to it. Our attitude plays a huge role in it. How our family works together is extremely important. A real leader doesn’t need to demand anything and certainly is not a tyrant. You shouldn’t be even having to say, I am submitting and he is leading. Nope, it should just work together as it grows into something that works for your family. Not every family and marriage will do this the same way. It doesn’t have to. It just means so much more than what we have been led to believe. Both need to be taught this and guided. It is a process and both will fail at times. Grace, mercy and forgiveness goes a long way and will be needed a lot. Neither should be demanding and throwing failings into each other’s faces. *

Training our children to grow up to have good lives involves so much. Sons and daughters have much to learn.

This is where the rubber meets the road.. what examples and what teachings are we giving our children? Talking at them and not showing the why behind Yahs way is a hindrance to their growth. What are we living?

For now I am only addressing about the daughters here. Yes I know overlapping principles for the sons. If we want our children to succeed in life regarding families later on we must have these conversations and give these examples. Yep, we will make mistakes and not always be that example. Dust yourself off, repent, apologize when should and just keep moving forward. Your children will be blessed by it.

I hope these all bless you. May we strengthen our relationships and be Godly examples. Strive to get ever closer to our Creator, lean on Him and remember we can do all things through Yeshua Who strengthens us ❤️🙏

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