Fathers, do not provoke your children to anger
Delivered By
Mr. Jeff Ingle
Delivered On
June 17, 2018 at 11:00 AM
Central Passage
Ephesians 6:4
Subject
Fathers, do not provoke your children to anger
Description

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Questions to Ponder, Answer and Journal:


1.    Which of the two principles do you find easier to practice? Which one is 
        more difficult? Why?

What are some practical steps we can take to honor people in our lives?
        Think specifically about words we can say and ways we can serve.

3.   Sometimes we have strained relationships where it’s difficult to honor  
        someone because they have hurt us. Read 1 Corinthians 13:4–7. How do  
        we obtain this kind of love that helps us honor even when it hurts?

4.    Who do you know that’s good at receiving others (showing 
        unconditional acceptance)? What impact have they had on your life?

5.   Why do you think it’s sometimes difficult for us to receive others? What do   
        we miss out on when we don’t receive them?

6.    Tell, to your family or friend, a favorite memory about your Dad. Is there  
        anything you feel challenged to change in how you relate to him?

7.   Write down the names of a few people to whom you want to show honor.  
        Now write down some small way you can honor them, and make plans to  
        do it this week.

A Prayer

Lord, I thank You that You honor and receive us as Your
 children. I   praise You, Father, that You give us Your Holy Spirit to help
us honor and receive the people in our lives. Please forgive us for the ways we have failed in our relationships. We receive Your grace to begin again today in honoring and receiving the people You have given to us.
In the name of Jesus, AMEN!