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A warning by definition indicates that there is possible or impending danger. Whether it’s a bothersome problem or a life-threatening scenario, we’re wise to heed warnings. I was just reading in Proverbs this morning and noticed how many sections have the heading, “Warnings and Instructions.” I noticed, too, that a number of articles I’ve been wanting to share could fit that heading as well.
Here’s what I’ve been reading:
7 signs your relationship isn’t marriage material … at Bryan Stoudt. The warning to look for red flags in dating can save pain down the road.
How to protect yourself from a workplace affair … at StartUp Camp. Once married, I don’t think anyone plans to have an affair. This cautionary advice is worth reading, even if (maybe especially if) you think your marriage is immune.
Injured … at Dave Howe. While we’re on the topic of sexual sin, this warning in the form of an analogy is spot on!
Popular excuses that create lazy parents … at Pint Sized Treasures. Needing a break is different than repeatedly giving way to lazy parenting because you’re believing some of these excuses. Being aware may be all the warning we need to seek the truth.
Here’s what a four-year-old should know … at Kidspot. This warning invites parents to embrace balance. (Hint: there’s no list of facts here, the list does extend to parents, though).
Should your kids grow up in a bubble? … at Meg Meeker. Surprise! This piece actually de-bunks the warning not to raise kids in a bubble. The truth? Every child grows up in a bubble. “The real question for parents is: what kind of bubble do you want your child to grow up in?”
Prayer and Action … at Beth Bingaman. Another misconception to be on the lookout for? That judgement is a bad thing. We’re cautioned to remember in this piece that “God’s judgment is always perfect and it is how He protects the innocent”
What have you been reading?
*A brief disclaimer…I found these particular articles read-worthy. That doesn’t mean that I agree with or advocate everything on the site on which individual posts appear.