King's Business - 1962-01

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A s s h e d e c o r a t e d for her tenth birthday party, Ardyth sang at the top of her voice. Both the song and the decorations were Hawaiian, for from a tiny tot she has been enam­ ored of anything Hawaiian. She’s a charming youngster — except when whining to get her own way. She’ll learn God’s way — not ours — is the best way. Althea has a question: “Mother, what have you against ‘going stea­ dy?’ ” “More than you would under­ stand if I spelled it all out, Honey.” “Well, you seem to forget that I am twelve years old.” “ I vividly recall your age . . . it plays a large part in my decisions in the matter. Don’t grow up so fast! Any day a twelve- year-old of mine has a ‘date,’ I’ll not be alive!” Sharon wants to know: “ Is it nor­ mal or abnormal for a girl of sixteen not to want to date a boy steadily? I enjoy occasional double dates, but I don’t want to be any boy’s ‘steady.’ ” “How can one say what the norm is? The pressures of our sophisticated society have put undue emphasis upon this phase of development. I am thankful you are not rushing this area of your life. You have too many wonderful worlds to conquer to settle down to one boy now.” Dorotheann, the family’s eldest daughter, is reasonably sure of an af­ firmative answer to her question: “ Is it 0. K. if Ron comes for dinner Sun­ day?” She has stars in her eyes when his name is mentioned. Who cautioned, “ Never underesti­ mate the power of a woman” ? The Lord has said in His Word: “ Favour is deceitful and beauty is vain: but a woman that feareth the Lord, she shall be praised” (Prov. 31:30). Moth­ er knows for sure that the only pow­ er she wants for her four daughters is spiritual. God make them respon­ sive to His Holy Spirit! They are love­ ly gems, cut by the Master Lapidary, and Mother is deeply grateful to her Heavenly Father for giving her a small part in polishing these gems for Him.

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