The description of David as “a man after God’s heart” was used first by Samuel when he informed Saul his kingdom would not continue. “The Lord has sought out a man after his own heart,” he told Saul (1 Sam. 13:14). Now, this does not mean David was perfect. Far from it. He was a strong-willed, sometimes impulsive man who accomplished great things and also had great failures. Sometimes we learn from him by example, and other times we learn from him by contrast.
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The single greatest lesson I’m learning in six years of parenting twin boys—and now eighteen months with a daughter—is that parenting is first about my sin and need for growth, not first and foremost about my children’s.
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Seven Things to Pray for Your Children Article by Jon Bloom Some years back a good friend shared with me seven Scripture texts that he and his wife prayed for their two daughters from the time they were infants.
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