Heard of the Duggar family?
Yes you have....the family with nearly 18 children!
I used to think they were just a little too far out there but getting to see their show,etc.. I have come to appreciate their views, lifestyle, love of family and children because I appreciate those things as well.
I had to take use some of my blogging time to show appreciation for this awsome family I have never met.
They radiate love and kindness, family, a quiet voice, morals and virtue and saving ones self for marriage and
praying in public places. And doing it all with no shame! Something so hard to find in today's world.
They are truly a breath of fresh air and a family to look up to.
I think what I love most is how Michelle Duggar,the mother, seems to speaks softly at all times and she has the constant noise of a family of 17 who can hear her!
She is an example to me.
I always say " they will make great LDS one day!".
They have a new book out called
"The Duggars 20 and counting"
I really love their "Duggar family guidelines"......
Always use soft words, even when you don’t feel well.
Always display kind actions and joyful attitudes, even if you have been mistreated. Have the right response by quickly forgiving others in your heart even before they ask.
Always be enthusiastic and look for opportunities to praise others' character.
Always deflect praise and be grateful to God and others for the ways they have benefited your life.
Always use manners and be respectful of others and their belongings.
Always do what is right, even when others may not, or when no one is looking.
Thank God for how He made you, for what He has given you and everything He allows you to go through. (Romans 8:28)
Don’t mock or put others down. Develop compassion and pray for others.
Never argue, complain, or blame. Quickly admit when you have done wrong and ask for forgiveness (even if you were only 10% at fault). Don't wait till you’re caught. Be sure your sins will find you out. He who covers his sin will not prosper, but he that confesses and forsakes it shall find mercy.
Have a tough accountability/prayer partner to daily share your heart with and to keep you in line (your parents, spouse). The power of sin is in secrecy.
Be attentive and look for ways to serve others with sincere motives and no thought of self-gain.
Think pure thoughts (Philippians 4:8, Romans 13:14).
Always give a good report of others. Don't gossip! Never tale-bear unless physical harm will come to someone. (Use Matthew 18.)
Never raise a hand to hit.
Never raise a foot to kick.
Never raise an object to throw.
Never raise a voice to yell.
Never raise an eye to scowl.
Use one toy/activity at a time. Share!
Do your best to keep your surroundings neat, clean and organized.
Never let the sun go down on your wrath. (Don’t go to bed angry or guilty)
Amendment J.O.Y. - Put Jesus first, Others second, Yourself last.
I don't think anything else needs to be said.
Until next time.......