12 A scoundrel, a vicious man, lives by crooked speech, 13 winking his eyes, shuffling his feet, pointing with his fingers. 14 With deceit in his heart, he is always plotting evil and sowing discord. 15 Therefore disaster suddenly overcomes him; unexpectedly, he is broken beyond repair. 16 There are six things ADONAI hates, seven which he detests: 17 a haughty look, a lying tongue, hands that shed innocent blood, 18 a heart that plots wicked schemes, feet swift in running to do evil, 19 a false witness who lies with every breath, and him who sows strife among brothers.
20 My son, obey your father’s command, and don’t abandon your mother’s teaching. 21 Bind them always on your heart, tie them around your neck. 22 When you walk, they will lead you; when you lie down, they will watch over you; and when you wake up, they will talk with you. 23 For the mitzvah is a lamp, Torah is light, and reproofs that discipline are the way to life.
Teach these things to your sons, Momma, and do not fear the words of the Scriptures. They are life-giving and will get into his soul before he needs them, and he will be equipped to think about what choices he will make in any given situation. Do not wait to equip him until it is too late and he has to search it out or make a mistake and back-pedal.
The Scripture continues:
24 They keep you from an evil woman, from a loose woman’s seductive tongue. 25 Don’t let your heart lust after her beauty or allow her glance to captivate you. 26 The price… (Read More)
Teach him these words from very young, and as he grows, the set apart spirit will show him the meanings it has for his life!
Shalom and blessings to you~
Mrs. Jacque Dixon and her husband, Matt, have graduated 2 daughters and continue to train their remaining children up in YHVH’s narrow way, home schooling on their small homestead in Indiana. She is co-owner and Manager of Gleaning the Harvest, a mission founded by the Dixons, presenting widowed/single mother home school families to YHVH’s people. She is owner and publisher of Training Sons to Be Men, and Training Daughters, Teaching Wives. You can also read encouraging home school articles and more about the Dixon family at Walking Therein.