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Nov 29

Dependability vs. Inconsistency

Dependability vs. Inconsistency

Definition:

Fulfilling what I consented to do, even if it means unexpected sacrifice

I Will…..

* Keep my word

* Be careful what I promise

* Correct my mistakes

* Pull my share of the load

* Not have a bad attitude

Week One Activities

(Practicing ~ Keeping my word)

Have everyone keep track of all their “I promise”, “I will”, etc statements this week.

At a family meeting that weekend see how you all did.

SAVE YOUR LISTS!

Week Two Activities 

(Practicing ~  Be careful what I promise)

Memorize Matthew 5:37 and Philippians 4:8

Week Three Activities

(Practicing ~ I will correct my mistakes)

Go back to week on’s list and complete any undone projects, or broken promises.

Week Four Activities

(Practicing ~ I will pull my share of the load)

Create household help charts. Divide up the house and yard work.

Week Five Activities

(Practicing ~ Not have a bad attitude)

Ensure you praise and thank each family member when cheerfulness and good attitudes abound!

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  1. Mindy @ New Equus - A New Creation

    I need to jump to week five…since that is where I’m having the most issues with a LOT right now!

    1. simplyhelpinghim

      Oh, don’t we all have those weeks? Love and prayers sis! (((hugs)))

  2. Barbara Isaac

    A person’s word is so very important… we are as dependable, as useful as we keep our word. Thanks so much for the reminder…

    1. simplyhelpinghim

      Yes, it is! For kids it is so important to learn this young! Thanks for stoppin by sis! :)

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