Gentle correction

Godly discipline allows children to please parents. It fits the punishment to the crime. Children come to understand cause and effect, sowing and reaping. Big crime gets a big punishment; little crime receives a little punishment. With abuse, punishment is arbitrary and often unfair, but Godly discipline distinguishes between a mistake and a deliberate sin. Or… Read More

Changing habitual motion

When you were a child you learned how to walk, talk, brush your hair, put on a shirt—how to do all of the things that you take for granted today. If you were tie your shoelaces right now, would you have to think about it? Or would your fingers move as though they had been… Read More