Taking Time For Jesus

Taking Time For Jesus

“But if anyone causes one of these little ones who believe in me to sin, it would be better for him to have a large millstone hung around his neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea.”
Matthew 18:6

In our society today we see the deterioration of the family, as divorce rates are climbing and families are being torn apart.  Parents are being bombarded with financial pressures, time issues, peer pressures imposed on their children, and the overall moral decay of our society.  However, even with all of these pressures it is still the duty and responsibility of parents to keep their family intact.  The Word of God tells us that the proper upbringing of our children is one of the most important responsibilities we have before us.  In the previous devotional I discussed the innocence of our children, and that they do not understand right from wrong  when they are babies.  They can be taught this, however, by godly parents, who have God in their lives and in their homes.  But I am afraid that many parents don’t have time for God, and this is having the wrong affect on their children.  This reminds me of a story about a mother who was running furiously from store to store on Christmas Eve trying to get those last minute gifts.  Suddenly, she realized that her little three year old son was missing.  She looked around and saw him standing with his little nose pressed against a frosty window.  He was gazing at a manger scene.  “Look mommy, its Baby Jesus in the hay.”  The mom grabbed his arm and jerked him away snapping, “We don’t have time for all that. Can’t you see that Mommy’s trying to get ready for Christmas.”  We must begin to take time for Jesus and teach our children about Him.  We must not permit the pressure of life to cause any of our precious children to sin, because of our neglect. Take just a little time each day to talk about Jesus to your children.
Robert W. Brock My Daily Devotional Volume Seven​
April 30


About robertwbrock

Robert William Brock, Jr. I was born in Pineville, Kentucky, the son of Robert William Brock and Irene Napier, I grew up in the beautiful southeastern part of Kentucky. I attended Union College in Barbourville, Kentucky graduating with a degree in Business Administration and Accounting. Early in my career I became interested in Health Care Administration and spent the rest of my career in Hospital Administration, where I retired after 45 years. After retiring from health care I have devoted the past ten years to a ministry, having founded and directed the Nehemiah Network, which provides assistance to the needy people in our area, by bringing together the numerous community organizations, churches and businesses to work collectively to meet the community needs. The Nehemiah Network concept has now spread throughout the nation and over 10,000 programs have been developed, in almost all the states, adopting the framework of the Network. I am a published author of 17 Christian books, and have spent over thirty years tracing my ancestors and writing a book about my Kentucky Heritage. My books are listed below: “Our Kentucky Heritage” “My Daily Devotional” "My Daily Devotional Volume II" "My Daily Devotional Volume III" "My Daily Devotional Volume IV" "My Daily Devotional Volume Six" "My Daily Devotional Volume Seven" "God’s Plan for the Family” " God’s Plan for a Father” "God's Plan for a Joy Filled Life" "The Silent Church" "God's Plan For Financial Freedom" "Living Without Sin" "My Kentucky Heritage" "Brock Family Cookbook" All of my books can be ordered at Amazon.com by typing in my name Robert William Brock, Jr. As part of my ministry I write a free daily devotional which is distributed on a daily basis to over 2 million people daily via e-mail. I live with my wife Margaret of 45 years in East Liverpool, where we have resided for over 33 years. We have three children and six grandchildren.
This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s