Write Upon My Heart: Respectfulness Character Book


If I feel drawn to the wealthy or smart,
If I shy away from the very old, sick, or poor,
If I prefer people for who they are or what they have,
If I prefer people who like me and can help me,
If I look up to, or down at, anyone,
I know nothing yet of respectfulness.

We all know that we should have respect, but who and what shall we respect? You probably knew that it can be a sin when we do not give proper respect. But it is also a sin when we give respect wrongly.

It is prudent to be properly respectful, and God’s Word says that He blesses it. Just consider Exodus 20:12 which says, “Honour thy father and thy mother: that thy days may be long upon the land which the LORD thy God giveth thee.” Yet Proverbs 24:23 says, “These things also belong to the wise. It is not good to have respect of persons in judgment.” So, sometimes we are to respect people, and sometimes we are not. What makes the difference? God’s Word does. He tells us when and how to offer respect, and He will bless us when we give, or do not give respect, as long as we do it properly.

Thus, it seems important that we learn how to be respectful, or to handle this thing called respect. Let’s learn now, shall we? This character booklet contains:
  • Scriptures regarding the trait to be learned
  • Bible examples of the trait
  • How Jesus lived the trait in His earthly life
  • Practical lessons on the trait
  • Instructions in developing the trait
  • Stories centering on the trait
  • Poems involving the trait
  • Practical applications and more! 
  • A thirty-day journal to schedule and record one’s progress
[Softcover, 64-69 pages, 17cm x 20cm]

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