A child’s eyes see his mom and dad differently as they age:

  • Age 4: “My parents can do anything.”
  • Age 8: “There might be a few things they don’t know.”
  • Age 12: “Naturally, they don’t get it.”
  • Age 14: “I never realized how hopelessly old-fashioned they are!”
  • Age 21: “You would expect them to feel that way. They’re out-of-date.”
  • Age 25: “They get an idea now and then.”
  • Age 30: “I wonder what Mom and Dad think?”
  • Age 40: “Let’s wait until we discuss it with our parents.”
  • Age 50: “What would Mom and Dad have thought about it?”
  • Age 60: “I wish I could talk it over with them one more time.”

“Honor your father and mother.” Ephesians 6:2

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