IN EXCELSIS GLORIA!

Gloria! In Excelsis Gloria!
Gloria! In Excelsis Gloria!
Gloria! In Excelsis Gloria!
O, hear the angels singing Gloria!

In the night of quiet slumber
Came the sound of heaven’s chorus
Shepherds quaked by the sight
Star is shining brilliant bright!

Peace on earth
Goodwill to men
Hail the birth of
God’s own son
Sing Gloria!

O, hear the angels as they say
Unto you a child is born
In a manger He will lay
In Bethlehem on this morn

Peace on earth
Goodwill to men
Hail the birth of
God’s own son
Sing Gloria!

 Shepherds run to Bethlehem
To see the infant meek and lowly
At the manger hearts unfold
Praising God for He is able!

Gloria! In Excelsis Gloria!
Gloria! In Excelsis Gloria!
Gloria! In Excelsis Gloria!
O, hear the angels singing Gloria!
Gloria! Gloria! Sing Gloria!

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MOTHER AND SON

The first relationship a son will ever have is with his mother. A well-bonded child does better emotionally, behaviorally, academically and demonstrates resistance to peer pressure.

A mother teaches emotional intelligence to her son, which ultimately ensures that he can not only understand his own feelings, but also can be compassionate to others. This opens a space to teach him the power of intimacy, which ultimately leads to happiness in all relationships.

A son in late adolescence needs emotional support from his mother. He needs that hug and kiss on his cheek, that restores him, no matter what’s going on in his life.

Behind every successful man, there is a controlling mother. By constant communication with him, she promotes his emotional intelligence. Because of this, he has better friendships and close relationships, which help him have a happy life.

Salute to all the mothers. And Happy Mother’s Day!

SPARE THE ROD,SPOIL THE CHILD

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It is not easy for a loving parent to discipline a child, but it is obligatory. The greatest responsibility that God gives parents is the nurture and counselling of their children. Lack of discipline puts love of parents in question, because it shows a lack of concern for the development of their children’s character. Disciplining children turns aside long-range disaster. Without correction, children grow up with no clear understanding of right and wrong and with little direction to their lives.

Don’t be afraid to discipline your children. Such discipline is an expression of “love” instead of “hatred”. Why? Because parents who allow their children to misbehave at will, do not love them enough to teach them right and wrong. Thus, a lack of discipline is the opposite of love, which is obviously hatred. The godly parent should be heard saying, “I love you enough to teach you right from wrong, so I need to discipline you now.” Children actually appreciate “security” of discipline in that they want Mom and Dad to show them the boundaries they can live within. Remember, however, that your efforts cannot make your children wise; they can only encourage your children to seek God’s wisdom above all else!