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  • 1. Perfecting Our Parenting Teen Transformation Luke 15:11-16
  • 2. Thesis:
    • Parenting is a tough job because it requires you to have godliness in yourself, and reproduce it in your kids, in order to see it multiplied in life.
  • 3. An Experiential Exegesis on Parenting the Prodigal
    • 1. We never have more opinions about how to relate to children and raise our children than when we do not have any children of our own
  • 4. An Experiential Exegesis on Parenting the Prodigal
    • 2. Child-rearing is like baking a cake — you don’t realize it’s a disaster until it’s too late
  • 5. An Experiential Exegesis on Parenting the Prodigal
    • 3. A lot of what is going on sexually is not about biology; it is about intimacy
  • 6. Purpose of Parenting:
    • To provide a secure environment that shelters children from certain temptations as they grow up, until they reach the age that God wants them to take personal responsibility for themselves.
  • 7. Point 1.
    • The evil day is going to come to all of our children, and our job as parents is to remind them of their creator and give them God’s armor so they will be able to stand when they are tested.
  • 8. Point 2.
    • The character of your parenting is defined by the quality of your preparing your child,
    not by whether they successfully use that preparation to make adult choices.
  • 9. Point 3.
    • Most of the time, we meet our destiny on the road we took trying to avoid it.
  • 10. Parenting Imperative #1.
    • As long as your children are small, you must be large and in charge to bend their will without breaking their spirit.
  • 11. Parenting Imperative #2.
    • Kids want control sooner than we want to give it, and they deserve it sooner than we are willing to release it.
  • 12. The Pursuit of Decadent Pleasure
    • A. Freedom is a challenging test of character
  • 13. The Pursuit of Decadent Pleasure
    • A. Freedom is a challenging test of character
    • B. Pleasure and pain are two sides of the same coin
  • 14. Point 4.
    • It’s never too late to live within your own income , because it will help you be who you should have been all along.
  • 15. Parenting Imperative #3.
    • Prepare your teenager to take control of who they are.
  • 16. Point 5.
    • You cannot lead like Jesus unless you are following Jesus.
  • 17. The Prodigal’s Restoration
    • A. It starts with recognition , 17a
  • 18. The Prodigal’s Restoration
    • A. It starts with recognition, 17a
    • B. It proceeds to realization , 17b
  • 19. Parenting Imperative #4.
    • Sometimes your kids won’t recognize how good their old man was, till they hook up with the new one, who is sure enough a fool .
  • 20. The Prodigal’s Restoration
    • C. It comes with an internal act of remembrance , 18-19
  • 21. The Prodigal’s Restoration
    • C. It comes with an internal act of remembrance, 18-19
    • D. It ends at the point at which he is ready to return , 20

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