Saturday, March 2

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    Saturday, March 2

    [Jehovah] does not desire anyone to be destroyed.2 Pet. 3:9.

    One of the greatest tests of obedience that some parents have involves their relationship with a disfellowshipped child. Consider the example of a mother whose disfellowshipped daughter left home.

    The mother admits: “I looked for loopholes in our publications so that I could spend time with my daughter and my granddaughter.”

    She adds: “But my husband kindly helped me to see that our child was now out of our hands and that we must not interfere.” Some years later, the daughter was reinstated. “She deeply respects my husband and me because she knows that we obeyed God,” the mother says. If you have a disfellowshipped child, will you “trust in Jehovah with all your heart [and] not rely on your own understanding”? (Prov. 3:5, 6)

    Have faith, then, in Jehovah’s discipline and direction. Do so even when it pains you, the parent, to do what Jehovah says. Yes, work with God’s discipline, not against it.

    w18.03 31 ¶12-13

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