Identifying A Wise Man
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Identifying A Wise Man

The manager and leader of the home has some awesome responsibilities. Which all, in essence, stem from their role as a provider.

When one hears the term provider they tend to think primarily of finances. Which, in truth, is the most common way a leader attempts to fulfill their role. Yet, financially is not quite the most important way one can be a provider in their household.

The success and continuity of the household is based on more than financial security. The leader must provide themselves emotionally to the household to solidify the homeostasis of the household. This help to confirm that a family is systematic and can be interrupted by response or by a stressor unfortunately invading the family system. Therefore knowing this fact, a leader or manager of a homes should be quite aware of being certain that the family is protected from this type of danger.

By making themselves easily accessible, the leader is creating an open and active relationship throughout the household. As well as establishing a foundation of stability, and security. Notice this focus is over the entire household and not just a favorite or brightest. If the family operate as a system and it should, all area should be the focus of the leader or the manager of the house. Quality and quantity is important when it comes to creating good family values. We should make family times in spite of our careers and we should continue to date our mates in spite of the length of our marriages.

However according to the word of God, if good leadership is found in any one home, great dividends is being planted that should benefit no less than two generations to come. The great wise man Solomon shared such advice in the book of Proverb, the thirteen chapter, and verse number twenty two. Solomon said that a good man will leave an inheritance to his children’s children. Such a strong but yet feasible qualification which will keep the legacy of the family pasting from one generation to another and another.

Whether this harvest is reaped by grand children or great grandchildren the idea or implication has to do with the impact the leader has own his or her home. So to say “I’m grown” as I hear so many young folks use today attempting to reassure no one but themselves has no impact on a family that is being nurtured by the wrong environment and communities. Can we bridge the gap? American is falling apart because of good leadership in the homes.


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