Driving Privileges


Proverbs 22:6 (NASB)

Train up a child in the way he should go,
Even when he is old he will not depart from it.

My teenage son is driving. That’s a scary thought for a parent. But we have to let our children grow up. It’s best for him to learn safe driving practices while he has us in the car with him. We can guide him and help him develop the experience he needs when he is driving alone.

It’s also best for him to learn to live the Christian life while we can guide him and help him. He will be on his own very soon, and learning to live the Christian life on his own. I think the world system, and desire for instant gratification, is especially hard on our young people. They need all the support and guidance they can get.

What are you doing to guide the next generation? 

Psalm 145:4

One generation shall praise Your works to another,
And shall declare Your mighty acts.




Scripture is from www.BibleGateway.com

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8 thoughts on “Driving Privileges

  1. its so important to raise our children to be Godly. We teach our son to be a man of noble character and give him biblical examples. When he is away at school or playing with his friends, he just tell him to remember who he is.

  2. Julie, I can relate to having teenage drivers. It is scary to let them drive way the first time, but we have to do it. We have to trust that we have done all we can to raise them to know and love the Lord and let them depend and rely on Him the way that we do. Blessings!

  3. Hi Julie- as always I love your posts- thanks!
    Also- BTW I tried to send you an email… and it won’t go through.. just FYI–
    please contact me as I want to share your book and some thoughts with my followers- Blessings!


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