Memorize scripture together as a family. Even if you took one verse or a psalm a month and put it on the fridge and said it together once a day, that scripture would become part of them. Then when it was needed, it would come back to their remembrance. We were doing this with our two oldest once and our two year old was sitting at a little table working on a puzzle. We didn't think he was listening at all but much to our surprise he knew most of the psalm. Never under estimate a child’s capacity but do remember not all children are alike and some will memorize faster than others.
Train your child's spirit and you will reap strong, powerful Christians that believe God, His word and live by the spirit. 1Timothy 4:7-8 says to train yourselves to be godly. Children need guidance in training to be godly, so parents, that training responsibility falls to you! Paul goes on to say physical training is of some value (although they need that too) but training in godliness not only has benefits here in this life but also for eternity. We are talking about destiny in the hearts of our children. If we make the time to instruct them, they will reap eternal benefits!
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