What instruction suggests the giving of thanks for daily food?


"In everything give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you." 1 Thess. 5: 18.
NOTE - As a rule, children will reflect the life and principles manifested in their parents. The
reason why so many children are irreverent, irreligious, and disobedient today is because their parents are
so. Like parent like child. If parents would see a different state of things, they must themselves reform.
They must bring God into their homes, and make His Word their counsellor and guide. They must teach
their children the fear of God, and that His Word is the voice of God addressed to them, and that it is to be
implicitly obeyed. "In too many households prayer is neglected.
. . . If ever there was a time when every house should he a house of prayer, it is now. Fathers and
mothers should often lift up their hearts to God in humble supplication for themselves and their children.
Let the father, as priest of the household, lay upon the altar of God the morning and evening sacrifice,
while the wife and children unite in prayer and praise. In such a household Jesus will love to tarry.' "Christian Education," page 221.

In what other statement is the same truth emphasized?
What constrained God to give His Son to die for man?
Did Christ know beforehand the treatment He was to receive?
What is of more importance than any outward ceremony?
What becomes of the living wicked when Christ comes?
How was the faithfulness of this church commended?
To whom did Jesus first send the twelve disciples?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle