As human, we have an incredible power. We choose to use that power either for good or bad. God has placed us in charge to accomplish greater in this world, it starts in our heart then into the heart our children. We must built confidence into our kids so they can display the character of Christ.
Building confidence into your kids requires you to teach them having confidence in Christ; it is important to communicate that all the qualities, abilities, and characteristics that was given unto them by Christ is good and perfect. Instilling godly confidence into your kids will encourage them in their faith journey on this earth. Is beneficial to their self-esteem!
Beloved, it is paramount for our kids to know that they are fearfully and wonderfully made (Psalm 139:14); they must know that they are a Child of God ( Romans 8:2); Thay they are more than a conqueror ( Romans 8:37) ; With God’s help they can do mighty things ( Psalm 60:12); teach them to rejoice in God, to fear, and to honor him. Philippians 4:13 affirmed they can do everything through Christ who give them strength.
In Ezechiel chapter 37, Ezechiel the priest narrates the story of the Valley of Dry Bones. The Sovereign Lord says to the Priest, to breathe life into the dead bodies so they may live again. Before our kids gets acqainted with the turmoil of this world, speak life into them at a young age, you can be pregnant or not, start speaking the word of God over your children. Pray over their hands, feet, soul, heart and mind, school, teacher, divine connection, college, career, bank account, house, do not wait until they are older. Speak over those things NOW.
As parents, we are our child personal coach, we ought to speak success and wisdom into their lives. When it comes for time to speak on their own, teach and have them memorize bible verses. Have them repeat those verses aloud for there is power of life in the tongue. (Psalm 18:21-22). Personalized the verses for them and teach them the correct way to use the Holy word. Proverbs 22: 6 reminds us to always train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.
Beloved, let us build kids with godly characters and fear of the Lord, children who will be undeterred by disasters. Kids who believe in themselves and have the confidence to remain rooted in the promises of Christ when the world offers them a lower standard of life .
I am sharing those few quotes with you :
“It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.”
— Frederick Douglass, abolitionist and statesman
“Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.”
— Margaret Mead, cultural anthropologist
“Children are likely to live up to what you believe of them.”
— Lady Bird Johnson, Former First Lady of the United States
Beloved, speak and believe seven times greater for your kids.
You can do it because of God’s strength!