I Corinthians 13 for Homeschoolers

It applise to ALL PARENTS not just home educating parents:

I have seen this before and I love it.  I am posting it here, not to take credit for it, but to share it and SAVE IT.

Though I teach my children how to multiply, divide, and diagram a sentence, but fail to show them love, I have taught them nothing.  And though I take them on numerous field trips, to swim practice and…flute lessons; and though I involve them in every church activity,but fail to give them love, I profit nothing. And though I scrub my house relentlessly, run countless errands, and serve three nutritious meals every day but fail to be an example of love, I have done nothing.

Love is patient with misspelled words and is kind to young interrupters. Love does not envy high SAT scores of other home school families. Love does not claim to have better teaching methods than anyone else, It is not rude to the fourth telephone caller during the science lesson, does not seek perfectly behaved geniuses, does not turn into a drill sergeant, thinks no evil about friends’ educational choices.
Love bears all my children’s challenges, believes all my children are God’s precious gifts, hopes all my children establish permanent relationships with Christ, and endures all things to demonstrate God’s love.
Love never fails.
Where there are college degrees, they will fail; where there is knowledge, it will vanish away. For we know in part and we teach inpart. But when the trials of life come to our children, the history, math, and science will be done away and faith, hope and love will remain; but the greatest of these is love.

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  1. Crystal

    I love this!

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