What are You Missing Bible Verses about Parenting?
You take on a unique role when you become a parent. It doesn’t matter if you have been a babysitter or big sister. Being a parent is a different experience. You’ve reached the right place if you are looking for “What does the Bible say about parenting?” Below are bible verses about parenting and deeper truths they reveal about this role.
You probably didn’t spend much time looking at the Bible through this lens before you had children or thought of having them. Maybe you were a parent before becoming a Christian, and are wondering how your new faith will impact your parenting role. Whatever your situation, I hope you find this discussion helpful.
Remember that verses that relate to parenting may not always be obvious. It doesn’t matter if a verse doesn’t mention “mothers” or “fathers …”, it doesn’t necessarily mean that it doesn’t apply. You can play many roles as a parent: teacher, counsellor and mentor. We’ll discuss that further below.
The Bible has some words of wisdom roles
A parent’s biblical role is to be a good steward for the children God has given them. Parents are responsible for their children’s spiritual, emotional and physical well-being. Teaching your children about Jesus is the most important biblical duty a parent has.
The bible contains God’s Word, which helps us to understand ourselves, God, and the relationship between God, humanity. Our history, souls and nature are exposed in shocking and sometimes uncomfortable ways. You can lead your children by teaching God’s word and being a good example.
Here are three biblical truths that parents need to understand about parenting. These are the things I wish I knew when I was starting my parenting journey. These will help you to manage your expectations and respect God’s boundaries as you move forward in your parenting journey.