For his person, he will of course be a person who feeds the poor, and you can have good old white bread and cheese to give them. He is to make a pass at every son and daughter. He must be watchful over his own household. He must promise and keep his covenant He must look sadly upon the son who does not keep his covenant He must not stay away from family council
He may be the leader of the family, or be a man accountable. He must not rob anyone of his belongings He must not oppress anyone He must show hospitality to strangers. He must be a good example of moral conduct He must not be harsh or rough to other people when corrected
He may be a head of family in charge of the family. He must be willing to forgive the debt of every person, regardless of how much they have owed, and he will not be held accountable if debtors owe him money. He will love to see the still small voice in the heart of the oppressing Father, in whose name he is acting. He must love the Father himself; he must not hate anyone, and will, therefore, forgive everyone. He must not judge others, and must tenderly protect his own family from just judging others.
Collect the works cases and list them on a poster board. For example: Ten ways to live out a works of mercy. Make sure your students know the names of each works of mercy, such as peace, justice, and mercy. Ask students to pick out the works of mercy they are most familiar with, and the ones they least know. d2c66b5586