Gladys Hunt, who wrote the lovely and important Honey for a Child’s Heart: The Imaginative Use of Books in Family Life, died on Independence Day. i only discovered her books a few months ago, but already her influence in my life is wide and deep. listen:
all our inadequacies and fears are under his lordship; our strengths and excitements are placed under his control. his love inspires ours; his forgiveness is the basis of our forgiveness of one another; his instructions are our guide.
affirming, nurturing people influence others far beyond their intention simply because they provide rich soil in which individual personalities can grow.
parents need to live their lives with conviction, not hesitation. if you must make a fresh decision each day whether you will read the Scriptures and when you will read them, the Bible will probably not be read very often.