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It is doubtful that the Apostle Paul had in mind Bible classes or seminars or books when he spoke of [women] teaching younger women. He meant the simple things, the everyday example, the willingness to take time from one’s own concerns to pray with the anxious mother, to walk with her the way of the cross – with its tremendous demands of patience, selflessness, lovingkindness – and to show her, in the ordinariness of Monday through Saturday, how to keep a quiet heart.

It is doubtful that the Apostle Paul had in mind Bible classes or seminars or books when he spoke of [women] teaching younger women. He meant the simple things, the everyday example, the willingness to take time from one’s own concerns to pray with the anxious mother, to walk with her the way of the cross – with its tremendous demands of patience, selflessness, lovingkindness – and to show her, in the ordinariness of Monday through Saturday, how to keep a quiet heart.

Reference:   Family Practice, P&R Publishing, 2001, p. 62, Used by Permission.


Author: Nancy Wilson
Topics: Titus2
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Experience satisfies only temporarily. It can never bring a lasting sense of fulfillment and purpose. Each passing experience reveals the need for another and better one.

Experience satisfies only temporarily. It can never bring a lasting sense of fulfillment and purpose. Each passing experience reveals the need for another and better one.

Reference:   Family Practice, P&R Publishing, 2001, p. 54, Used by Permission.


Author: Nancy Wilson
Topics: Experience
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Any time our emotions drive the car, we soon end up in a ditch.

Any time our emotions drive the car, we soon end up in a ditch.

Reference:   Family Practice, P&R Publishing, 2001, p. 55, Used by Permission.


Author: Nancy Wilson
Topics: Feelings
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Christian women cannot learn mothering from talk-show hosts, magazine articles at the checkout stand, or classes on self-esteem. A healthy, godly view of mothering must be learned from the Scriptures.

Christian women cannot learn mothering from talk-show hosts, magazine articles at the checkout stand, or classes on self-esteem. A healthy, godly view of mothering must be learned from the Scriptures.

Reference:   Family Practice, P&R Publishing, 2001, p. 56, Used by Permission.