The Fourth Commandment_ Thou Shall Honor Thy Father and Mother.pdf

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The Fourth Commandment: Thou Shalt Honor Thy Father and Mother.The Family As A Community of LoveInformation on page 1661.Due to the close natural ties between parents and their children, every household should be anoasis ofhappinessandcharity.2.Family prayer, especially theRosary, helps maintain an atmosphere oflove.3.Summarize what CCC 2199 is stating.a.It says children should respect and love their parents because it is the most universal onewe have because everyone has had a parent. And that honoring parents also applies to allthe authority children face growing up like teachers, workers, employers, leaders, citizensof the country, and many more because in some way they all help guide children throughlife and teach important lessons.Observance In The Old TestamentInformation on page 1674.In the textbook, there are examples of the Fourth Commandment. What are some of the factscontained on this page?a.God promises many blessings for those who respectfully love, serve, and revere theirparents. The idea behind the powerful encouragement to truly love father and mother isthat human life, a priceless gift, comes from them. No matter how solicitous and gratefulchildren are, they can never repay their parents for the gift of life and upbringing.Duties of Parents To Their Children Information on pages 168-169Duty of ParentExplanation of DutyFairness andunderstanding:On the one hand, there is a happy balance between lax leadership and direction and abusivedictatorship on the other. Children belong to God in the strongest form, and God has entrusted theirresponsibility to their parents. Each child is a God's child who has been saved by Jesus Christ, and heor she must be regarded as such. For example, humiliating reprimands, let alone the use of physicalabuse, is incompatible with Christian parenting. Despite the fact that babies, teenagers, and even teensare not considered adults, Christian charity encourages parents to regard them with the samereverence as God's children. The children would soon recognize that discipline and instruction stem

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