The Priestly Blessing – A Guide for Parenting

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Today I was so blessed by the following video teachings, taking us through the Aaronic Blessing found in Scripture and making it so applicable to our role as parents.

It was beautiful to tears.

Father’s Word is so deep. So much deeper than we can imagine.

May we continually search and dig for the Treasure within.

He HAS given us a parenting manual.

 

The Aaronic Blessing – a guide for parenting

—  multiply – increase our children – to show compassion – to build them up – their physical, emotional, intellectual strength — to safeguard – keep -protect them – as in the womb —
to show them unconditional love and grace, as we have invested in our children —
equal love, reconciliation and peace.

Bless yourself. Bless your children. Bless your family. Bless others. Bless your Creator.

Watch here: Part 1 and Part 2

They aren’t too long. Only about 10 minutes each.
Parenting is the most important job in the world.
May we take the time to continue to learn and grow.

— “Consider blessing your children each week with the Priestly Blessing.
When you do, consider what type of love each child needs most.

Does he/she need compassion right now? Unconditional love?
Or, perhaps, does he/she need to be looked in the eye and be reminded
that regardless of what choices you’ve made, I still love you?

 

 

About Christina K

Woman. Wife. Mompreneur. Empowerment Coach. Home Educator. Essential Oil Educator. Book and Tea enthusiast.
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2 Responses to The Priestly Blessing – A Guide for Parenting

  1. Donny says:

    Hey!
    I’m so glad that you enjoy these Aleph Beta videos as well! I think they’re awesome. Did you see the one they posted this week about faith? I found it to be inspiring. In today’s world, where miracles are not so obvious, we can understand why faith is difficult to achieve. But a lack of faith is not a new problem; throughout the Bible we see those that have difficulty with faith, even when God’s miracles are visible…

    http://alephbeta.org/course/lecture/devarim-what-does-it-mean-to-have-faith

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