Parenting rebellious children πŸ˜°

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The Childless

Children are loved by all. Being a Childless couple used to always cause regrets to them for not having produced one. People run from pillar to post to conceive at least one child. The cost of treating an infertility is escalating, yet couple are ready to go for it.

The unpredictable

Suppose someone managed to convince a baby, there is absolutely no assurance how this child is going to be. The parents try their best to inculcate good manners and education etc in their children.

The rebellious spirit

In spite of best child rearing practices, there is no way to predict the future of this child. Often the child eventually may become rebellious. This is disastrous to the parents. It breaks their heart to the core.

The regret

The parents of such rebellious children always go through the feelings of regrets for giving birth to such a child. These parents will be the saddest parents.

The Choice

This is one of primary reason for many couples choosing not to go for a baby. They are couples who are happy to be without a baby. They feel the world is safe place without a babies. Some people feel happy that they didn’t contribute to the population boom.

Luke 3:38 NASBS
the son of Enosh, the son of Seth, the son of Adam, the son of God.

Adam’s Father

Who was the father of Adam? Many people have this question. The answer is very clear from the above mentioned scripture quote. God is Father of Adam. Since He is the Father of Adam, our forefather therefore He is also our Father as well.

Why create rebels?

Now, when God created Adam, He very well knew the future. He knew that Adam and Eve are going to rebel against Him. In spite of knowing this, why did God create Adam?

The compelling love

The answer is God loved Adam and Eve immensely. He took the risk of creating a human race which He very well knew is going to rebel. God also had the plan of salvation ready before the sin entered the human race. God’s ways are amazing and beyond all human comprehension.

Conclusion

Dear friend, let us love the rebellious children with the hope that they will one day encounter the unfailing love of Jesus Christ and get transformed into a new redeemed race.

Shalom πŸ•ŠοΈ

Thanks for reading.

God bless you.

From the Bible blogger πŸ˜‡

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