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Words of Wisdom

16 HOUSE RULES by Susanna Wesley 

The wife of Samuel Wesley, Susanna was the mother of 19 children. Through much adversity, she dedicated her life to instilling a sense of Christian Destiny in each child. They went on to change the world, including two of her sons - John and Charles Wesley - who grew up to become known as the founders of the Methodist Church. Susanna Wesley believed that for a child to grow into a self-disciplined adult, he/she must first be a parent-disciplined child. To her, the stubborn flesh was the hardest battle for Christians to fight, and Godly parents would do well to equip their children to overcome it early. Here are 16 rules she laid down in her home: 

1. Eating between meals was not allowed. 2. As children, they are to be in bed by 8 PM. 3. They are required to take medicine without complaining. 4. Subdue self-will in a child and work with God to save the child’s soul. 5. Teach a child to pray as soon as he can speak. 6. Require all to be still during Family Worship. 7. Give them nothing they cry for, and only when asked for politely. 8. To prevent lying, punish no fault which is first confessed and repented of. 9. Never allow a sinful act to go unpunished. 10. Never punish a child twice for the same offense. 11. Comment and reward good behavior. 12. Any attempt to please, even if poorly performed, should be commended. 13. Preserve property rights, even in smallest matters. 14. Strictly observe all promises. 15. Require no daughter to work before she can read well. 16. Teach children to fear the rod. 

Source - The Mothers Heart Magazine