If you’re wrestling with this thing of heritage because you’ve already raised your children and they’re out of the home, don’t think it’s too late. It’s never too late. Every chance I get to speak into the lives of my adult sons and daughter, I do. They have children of their own now, but I can still speak into their lives.
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I remember many conversations with my dad while I was raising my children and struggling with decisions. He would speak a word of encouragement into my life. He’d say,
- “You can do it!”
- “Stay the course.”
- “Don’t give up.”
- “I’m proud of you.”
His words still linger in my mind.
Maybe you have a child who has wandered from the faith, one who is rebellious to the values of the family, or a child that’s hurting through a crisis. You can still tell them worthwhile stories. You can share how God is real in your life, and you can let them know you love them and encourage them.
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