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Dads, tell your daughter to teach her son that he should teach his daughter to tell her son that Jesus is the only way to God.

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Dads, teach your driving kids that sometimes all it takes to fix the My-Key-Won’t-Turn-In-The-Ignition problem is to turn the steering wheel a little bit.

Dads, teach your kids: You can save a little bit of money and a little bit of time if you use a little bit less shampoo or little bit less toothpaste.

Dads, one factor you should use in choosing a home is: Is it close to my church?

Dads, you should not only attend church as a family, you should be involved there.

Here are some reasons.

Dads, consider – what can I do to increase the joy level in our home?
(Hint: It probably has something to do with God.)

Dads, is there something that you are picky about (food prepared in a special way, don’t like a certain kind of [whatever])? Resist the urge to tell your kids about this.

Benefits:
You won’t encourage this form of pickiness in your kids.
You won’t encourage overall pickiness in your kids.
You will force yourself to not be picky in this way (at least when your kids are around).

Dads, here is my new verse for getting the kids out of bed:

The hour has come for you to wake from sleep. For salvation is nearer to us now than when we first believed. The night is far gone; the day is at hand. So then let us cast off the works of darkness and put on the armor of light. Let us walk properly as in the daytime. Romans 13:11–13

(The next section is less kid friendly)

Dads, are there areas in your family life where you are getting your way, despite the wishes of your wife and children? These should be fairly rare, or non-existent.

Dads, encourage your kids to let you know if you ever tell them to do something that they consider sinful.

Two reasons:
1. You don’t ever want it to be the case that your child thinks obedience to you is disobedience to God.
2. This will help remind them that they can almost never use this a reasonable excuse for disobedience, with you or other authorities God has put over them.

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