Have you ever prayed for your child to have divine favor? I have!
As one minister says, “A day of favor is worth 100 years of labor.” It’s true, and I want my children to have God’s favor on their lives.
But you know what I’ve noticed? Rude, selfish, disobedient, obnoxious children (or people) rarely receive favor.
It’s funny, but well-mannered people seem to garner more favor. I think favor and manners go hand in hand, and manners are basically love in action.
If you and I don’t teach our children manners, no one but us will like them. I LOVE my children, and I want people to like them!
So let’s teach them some manners. Make it fun….and keep in mind this is a PROCESS, and takes a lifetime! Here are a few ideas: