The Put Off and Put On principle.
Put OFF Selfishness
Put ON Generosity
THIS PRINTABLE HAS MOVED TO THE ARCHIVES
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Very nice post!
This is so great. Last week I was doing some cleaning and came across “Wise Words for Moms” by Ginger Plowman. It is a chart that lists the sinful behavior, heart probing questions to ask, reproof (“put off”), encouragement (“put on”) and then additional verses on the subject. This chart isn’t meant to replace our own study of the Word but is a tool. In the daily battle of raising 6 little ones, my sin and theirs seems to rear its ugly head almost moment by moment. I can easily be pushed to the point of exasperation and even anger. This chart and ultimately God’s truth have been so helpful over this past week. It is wonderful to be able to point my children to God’s Word when we (and I mean me too)fail and even open up their personal Bible and show them His desire for them! It feels so wonderful to obey especially when it is hard. Praise be to God alone for His faithful grace, forgivness and kindness toward us! What an amazing opportunity and challenge parenthood is…we need HIS wisdom!