A daughter wore a skimpy skirt one morning and her father told her to go and take it off that it was too short. 👉

She walked to the room and reported her father to her mother 😳.

“Mummy daddy said that I should take off this skirt”.🤷🏻‍♂

Her mother replied “is this like a report or what? ☹️ YETUNDE! that was an instruction and it needed an immediate action, so go and take it off immediately”

She quietly walked away and complied. 😞

  1. Dad / Mum, please turn them back when they are reporting either of you to the other.
  2. Let them know instructions from any parent are not reportable.
  3. As a parent, do not summon your partner to find out whether the report was true or not.
  4. Do not tell your partner he/she was wrong before your child/children.
  5. If you see no reason why such instructions were given, conclude it with your partner in secret and let same person correct it.
  6. If you did not give him/ her a punishment, let the one who gave it do the release and if the person is not around and you can’t reach on phone (try and do the call before the child if possible) then release the child when appropriate and tell him/her that it is with the permission of your husband or wife. Both of you are same.

  1. Let us do this together so we train and raise godly children properly.


Today’s 🍞 Bread

Watch your tongue

The point you need to know as a child of God is that though others may misuse their tongue, you cannot afford to. This is because you belong to Christ, thus everything you do must be to His glory.

Likewise the tongue is a small part of the body, but it makes great boasts. Consider what a great forest is set on fire by a small spark.” (James 3:5, NIV)

As you go out today, decide in your heart that whatever will come out of your mouth will bring glory to God, and bless people around you.

You are a winner, in Jesus’ name

Today’s 🍞 Bread

Every child of God needs to understand and appropriate the divine gift of God which is more potent than sin that condemns. We must all take this message of hope to the world; there is forgiveness for all sins confessed and forsaken through our Lord Jesus Christ.

For if, by the trespass of the one man, death reigned through that one man, how much more will those who receive God’s abundant provision of grace and of the gift of righteousness reign in life through the one man, Jesus Christ!’ (Romans 5:17, NIV)

In Christ, there is not just forgiveness; walking and trusting in Him, we receive the power to overcome sin and temptations. What are you doing with your divine gift?