By Russell Gehrlein
The universal fear (or dread) of parents as their children approach that high school graduation day is the knowledge that their offspring will inevitably test those wings and fly away. We hope that as they do, they will remain close to us and will always remember that they can come home whenever the need. It brings enormous comfort to believe that God actively cares for them, just as much, if not more, than He cares for us.
It’s our job to prepare our offspring to be godly adults who are prodctive members of society. As painful as it is we have to let them make bad decisions (just like we did) in order to make them stronger and wiser.
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