Feast of Love

October 05, 2016

  • Feast of Love

     

    We all have some form of parents – someone who takes care of our needs. Some have parents they were born to, some have parents who adopted them, and some have people who are filling the role of taking care of their needs just as a parent does. The Bible tells us it’s important to honor and obey those who take care of us. Colossians 3:20 helps us understand that God is pleased with those who obey their parents. And Ephesians 6:1-3 speaks to the importance of honoring them. No matter who your parent is, here’s a Generecipe from Chef Basil to help you do something generous for them.

    Directions:

    Grab a Pen and Paper
    Write the following two sentences, filling in the missing blanks:

     

        Dad, your love for me is like a type of food because why his love is like the type of food in the first blank.

        Mom, your love for me is like a type of food because why her love is like the type of food in the first blank.

     

    3. Read these two notes to your parents the next time you eat dinner together.

     

    Before you do this Generecipe, pray the following prayer: 

     

    “Dear God, thank you for the parents in my life. Thank you for providing me with someone to watch over me, take care of me and provide me with what I need. Help me to obey them and honor them through this act of generosity.

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