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Overcoming The Curve of Ignorance: Giving You Important Hidden Parenting Tips and Lessons

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No one ever told us the important things about parenting. All our advisers, including my father and mother, could not tell me what lay beyond the wedding fantasy. Life was like some “Promised Land” where honey and milk flows day and night. We just saw things changing as time went by. New things were happening in this whole different direction we never looked into before. Then we discovered that throughout the pre-marital counseling sessions, “half was not told,” 1 Kings 10:7 (The King James Version).
Parenting from the mother’s womb is one of the most neglected things in the universe. We now know from scientific research that a fetus can learn. This developing mammal (fetus) at the embryonic stage and before birth is capable of hearing sounds, smelling some things, feeling touch or sensations that reach the mother's body, and also tasting food.
No one told me that children can choose to be rebellious from the mother’s womb. No one told me that they can learn evil things from their mother’s womb by hearing sounds in their vicinity. No one told me that they learn day and night because their sense of hearing does not switch off even for a second. They hear even in their deepest sleep. No one told me that children grow up with numerous or immeasurable good or bad fingerprints on their life from the parents.
Dr. Justin Call, University of California, shared that three-quarters of the child’s brain is developing from conception till the age of two years. This was reported from The New York Times, by Dava Sobel in 1980.
“What I am talking about is, the life of that young person in your womb is in your hands. Unlike the born child, we sometimes take it for granted that all is well. If your child can hear every sound around her while in the womb, how much damage we can do to her if we don’t mind what we are talking about or listening to. It is always said, garbage in, garbage out. There are some things in our lives we blame Satan for, yet it was we who were ignorant. You can’t blame Satan for electricity going out every time you have a church meeting. What you need for that is a backup generator.”
Research has shown that, “There is in fact evidence that maternal emotions can be communicated to the fetus and may have a lasting effect influencing the personality of the child and later the adult.” (Simon House and Roy Riday, 2006).
It is well known that the fetus is more active at the age of twelve weeks. That is not the sign of learning ability, but the sign of returning ability. What I mean is that the child is now able to respond to you when you do something. Learning starts as early as the brain is formed. If the child is able to develop in the womb, that is the sign that a child is able to capture things with the brain. All development is attached to the brain, so the brain is attached to any success you feel as the child grows.
You can impart God’s word into the child straight from the day you know you are pregnant. This is not an assignment to the mothers only, but to the fathers as well.
The Apostle Paul was taken into the memory lane where he visualized something. What took him that far are these few things. Timothy’s leaning of his entire personality on God. He was still a young man in his teenage years. This kind of a leaning is not common in young people. He had absolute trust and confidence in God’s power, wisdom, and goodness. When the Apostle saw this, he went back to the life of Timothy’s parents.
Then we discovered that throughout the pre-marital counseling sessions, “half was not told,” 1 Kings 10:7 (The King James Version).
You can impart God’s word into the child straight from the day you know you are pregnant. This is not an assignment to the mothers only, but to the fathers as well.

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