Teaching and encouraging women in discernment and discipleship
Courtesy, manners, chivalry, often times desperately missing in this society.That said, when I do see a man, especially a young man, step forward like a true gentleman, I take the time to thank him. -Carolyn
Good for you! We do also. Any kind of manners or courtesy stands out. Thanks for your comment!
Start early.......for me it's with my grandchildren now. Grandson loves to wear his ball cap, but I remind him to take it off when he comes into our home. And I hear his father teaching him, also, that when someone speaks to our grandson, he is to respond and acknowledge that person, looking them in the eye. In teaching manners, I hope the point is that we are to be thoughtful of others and understand the biblical reasons for them!BTW, the pictures you post are delightful!Kathryn
Thank you, Kathryn, I loved hearing this! Thank you for sharing! To teach children to honor others by looking them in the eye is a completely lost art. Your grandson is learning great things from you and his parents. Praise the LORD!
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