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How Do We Make Godly Decisions? - Study Of Proverbs 10:1 – Child That Blesses Or Burdens

By Reborn1977 · Mar 25, 2020 ·
  1. 1 The proverbs of Solomon. A wise son maketh a glad father: but a foolish son is the heaviness of his mother.

    Child that Blesses or Burdens

    Whether a child is growing into adulthood or has already obtained adulthood that child can be a blessing to their parents or a burden to their parent. At either stage of life the desire of children should be to be a blessing to their parents. However, do we live up to that inner desire that beckons to us?

    We can make our parents glad or we can fill them with a heaviness of soul and spirit. What does it mean biblically in this context to make them glad or fill them with heaviness? Let us explore that.

    In the Hebrew language the words “glad” and “heaviness” mean the following.

    Can you tell which definition is which, or do you need me to enlighten you?

    8055. שָׂמַח sâmach, saw-makh’; a prim. root; prob. to brighten up, i.e. (fig.) be (caus. make) blithe or gleesome:cheer up, be (make) glad, (have, make) joy (-ful), be (make) merry, (cause to, make to) rejoice, × very.

    8424. תּוּגָה tûwgâh, too-gaw’; from 3013; depression (of spirits); concr. a grief:— heaviness, sorrow.

    We have previously thoroughly studied what it means to be both wise and foolish. Keep in mind that you are a parent or might be a parent one day. I will make this simple and close by asking a few questions you can reflect on.

    Do your actions brighten up your parent’s world? Do they cause them happiness and joy? Do you make them glad you are their child? Can they rest knowing they do not have to worry about you? Or do your actions make their spirits heavy with sorrow and grief? Does depression haunt them because you cannot get your act together?

    As you reflect on these questions remember that our life affects the life of all those around us, including our parents, whether we are grown or not, so let us make choices that bless people instead of burdening people.

    Throughout this study, if you need the wisdom of God on a matter, and you wish to receive the counsel of another Believer in Christ, please feel free to contact me.

    About Author

    It is about Jesus, it is all about Jesus, and it is time that ministers returned to that Truth and took the focus off of themselves.

    I will tell you this about this minister and writer...
    I love the Lord Jesus and have loved Him and had a personal relationship with Him since 1977. I have been filled with passion for Christ since the very first day our relationship began. I am simply a willing vessel that God can use.

    Come grow with us, the Lord Jesus and me.


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