Daily Scripture: Exodus 20:12





"Honor your father and your mother, so that you may live long in the land the Lord your God is giving you."

Exodus 20:12

What exactly does it mean to honor a parent? Respect, love, and praise are some of the ways to give honor. Yet the greatest honor of all is to live righteously. When you are good, inside and out, it is the highest form of honor. Your behavior and your character are reflections of the values you were raised with. Honor your father and your mother, by being good.

IF YOU LIKE EXODUS 20:12, YOU'LL LOVE CORINTHIANS 9:15!

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