What parents do for their children?

Matthew 15:4 (CJB): For God said, ‘Honor your father and mother,’ and ‘Anyone who curses his father or mother must be put to death.’

We just culminated father’s day. Do we honour our father only one day? Absolutely no! We need to honour and love them everyday.

What do our parents do for us. They do lots. They raise the children with great difficulty and inconveniences.

The baby is so much helpless in the initial few years. In our country, during the first six months after delivery of baby, the women folk live with their parents.

It’s a good time for mom as her parents can take care of their daughter and baby. However, the father misses all the small baby care. By the time baby is back, it’s 6 months old.

I have a daughter, I didn’t allow my wife to go to in-laws. I could watch over my daughter, how she has grown from a tiny little baby girl to a teenager.

I don’t have a son, but my daughter is miniature me. She looks alike. You can say that she is exact representation of me, only difference is that she is female.

Dear friends, can you share some memories of your parents? I would love to hear your own stories.

With love. I bless in Yeshua Messaih’s name.

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

2 thoughts on “What parents do for their children?

  1. I’m told I look more like my Mom but I know I act more like my Dad. He was a character who loved life. Those who attended our camp have the vivid memory of him in his faded red swim trunks, cowboy boots with socks peeking over the tops and a cowboy hat. And he almost always wore a smile. Mom was the serious one. Both were giants of faith in my book. I thank God for them.

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    1. Halleluyah. Yes, we are the living replica and miraculous amalgamation of mom and dad. I also have facial features which resembles my mom and dad at the same time. Isn’t it fascinating. Halleluyah for our dear parents.

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