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Everything the Bible Says About Parenting and Children: How does God show his love for children? How can I raise my children to know right from wrong? ... does the Bible say about discipline? [Kindle Edition]

Aaron Sharp
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What Does the Bible Say about Parenting and Children?

Every mom and dad wants to be a better parent. Year after year countless experts write books explaining the best ways to raise children, but what does God say about it? Everything the Bible Says About Parenting and Children goes straight to the source of all truth to give insight into raising families God's way. All of the scriptural references on the topic have been collected and explained clearly and concisely, using trustworthy commentaries to give context where needed.
The book's length and focus make it perfect for readers on the go who love the Word of God.


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What does the Bible say about Parenting and Children?

As parents, we often scour bookstores and libraries in search of the best information on how to better raise our children. The greatest answers, however, can be found in a Book you probably already own. The Bible is filled with passages on how to be the most effective parents and raise amazing kids, you just have to know where to look.

A collection of scriptural references related to parenting have been gathered and clearly organized in this book. When necessary, brief but clear explanations are provided, using insights gathered from trustworthy commentaries.

Scripture offers plenty to discover about parenting; after all, it's hard to find better role models than God, the perfect Father, and Jesus, the perfect Son.

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  • File Size: 652 KB
  • Print Length: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Bethany House Publishers (September 1, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008SAO0FU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #684,547 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Relevant, Timely November 6, 2012
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Throughout history, societal trends and cultural influences have vied for the attention of our children. Paired with our own willfulness and sinful nature, raising children to become godly adults can be a struggle. This book does not serve as a self-help manual with 'words of wisdom' from current childhood behavior experts, but rather offers the Truth...passed down through the generations as instructed to them directly from the Word. What was true then is still true now. This is as relevant to today's parents as it was to the very first family.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Questions on Parenting? Go to the Source... December 15, 2012
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I have only just begun reading this book, but it's clear the Bible has the answers to any issue you might be having with your children and any questions you might have about your parenting successes or failures. No matter if you're a seasoned parent or grandparent, or are just getting started with a new baby at home, or you're venturing into the new world parenting a new age group, you'll find the answers to any situation that arises, all compiled within this handy book.
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5.0 out of 5 stars AWESOME November 20, 2012
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A well written book, with a lot of great ideas and suggestions on from the Bible teaching
us to be better parents!
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1.0 out of 5 stars no substance. November 20, 2012
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If you're looking for a book that contains nothing except a gathering of scriptures regarding parenting, then look no further. If you're looking for a book that offers exegesis, advice, practical tools, or basically anything else...keep looking.
This book is literally nothing except a listing of any scripture that relates to parenting. I can do that myself with a google search, for free.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Parenting April 6, 2014
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This book was very informational about parenting. I really enjoyed reading about all the bible stories where parenting and Gods word was told.
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More About the Author

Here are some basics about me, Aaron E. Sharp. Not to be confused with Aaron D. Sharp. I used to get Aaron D. Sharp's Dillards bill, and apparently he has some outstanding tickets in the state of Pennsylvania, but that is in fact, not me.

I am a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary. It took me 7 years to get my 120 hour Master of Theology degree there. Jacob worked 7 years and got a wife. I spent 7 years at DTS and got a degree and a wife. Take that Jacob.

Speaking of my wife I am married to Elaina, the cutest, smartest little woman in the world. She is also has a Th.M. from DTS, although it only took her 6 years. At the end of our first date I asked Elaina out for another date, she said no. After that we worked on a chart of the book of Genesis together for Old Testament history class. By the end of the project we were dating. We like to think that we found love in Genesis. I personally am just glad the chart was not on the book of Leviticus, no one finds love in Leviticus.

On April 20th of 2011 Elaina and I were privileged to welcome our adorable son, Micah Haddon, into the world. He was three and a half weeks early because apparently he had places to go, people to see, and things to do. So far we know that he is stubborn and independent like me and that he uses his bottom lip to make a very pitiful pouty face like his mom. Frequently I blog about Micah's exploits, something that will no doubt come back to bite me in the rear end some day.

​Aaron is an IT professional, an experienced writer, and a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary. It took him 7 years to get a 120 hour Master of Theology degree. The patriarch Jacob worked 7 years and got a wife. Aaron spent 7 years at DTS and got a degree and a wife. Take that Jacob.

Speaking of his wife, Aaron is married to Elaina, the cutest, smartest little woman in the world. She also has a Th.M. from DTS, although it only took her 6 years. At the end of their first date Aaron asked Elaina out for another date, she said no. After that the non-couple worked on a chart of the book of Genesis together for Old Testament history class. By the end of the project they were dating. They like to think that they found love in Genesis, and a couple of years later they married. For his part, Aaron is just glad the chart was not on the book of Leviticus. No one finds love in Leviticus.

In April of 2011 the Sharps were privileged to welcome their adorable son, Micah Haddon, into the world. He was three and a half weeks early because apparently he had places to go, people to see, and things to do. As of this writing they know that he is stubborn and independent like dad and that he uses his bottom lip to make a very pitiful pouty face like his mom. Frequently Aaron blogs about Micah's exploits, something that will no doubt come back to haunt him some day.

In May of 2013 the Sharp clan again expanded and their daughter, Charis Erin, was born. She was a little less than three weeks early because she is busy like her brother, but not in quite as much of a hurry. As of this writing she appears to have her dad's hair and coloring, and she seems to be a cuddlebug like her momma. Instead of blogging about Charis Aaron tends to spend more time at the shooting range preparing for the boys that will inevitably come around.


​My work has been published by Discovery House Publishers, Bethany House Publishers, the Odessa American and Dallas Morning News newspapers, as well as Learning Through History Magazine, Discipleship Journal, Leben Journal, In Touch Magazine, Marriage Partnership Magazine, and multiple issues of The Lookout Magazine


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