Do not be wise in your own eyes;
fear the LORD and shun evil.
This will bring health to your body
and nourishment to your bones.
We were on a field trip to the aquarium, and my 7th grader eavesdropped on a group of public school kids. My darling child was within earshot of three or four public school kids later on when she boasted to me about how much she knew compared to those other kids. I had to take her down a peg or two, especially since those kids were younger than she and couldn't possibly be expected to know as much or more than a 7th grader. Ouch! I pointed out that it's one thing to quietly and discreetly grumble to me that you didn't learn anything new by hanging around the fringe of a high school or college group, and another to make someone else feel bad with a loud, careless remark.
Such a good reminder! My kids do have the tendency to be "proud" of the fact that they are not like other kids--my kids know important stuff, they're not into pop culture, they love God. But they do tend to brag at times, even if it's just in the family. I'll remember this verse!
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