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Grandparents Verses In The Bible

Grandparents Verses In The Bible

Grandparents Verses In The Bible

Many people don’t realize that, while they may be able to find verses in the Bible about many topics, there are some subjects that have a lot more verses than others! For example, I was surprised to find that there are over 1,000 verses about marriage in the Bible. And only about 200 on prayer and just over 100 on the topic of parenting. This is why we’ve put together this list of all the different topics you can find scripture about in the Bible—chosen from hundreds of categories! If your grandparents ask if you can pray for them after work today or if they want help finding a verse from their favorite book of scripture (or both), then you’ll be ready with what they need!

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Philippians 2:20

Philippians 2:20

“For our citizenship is in heaven, from which we eagerly wait for a Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ; who will transform the body of our humble state into conformity with the body of His glory by the exertion of His power that He may present it to Himself a glorious church without spot or wrinkle or any other blemish.”

The word “eagerly” means that we should be looking forward to Jesus Christ’s return. The reason why? Because it will bring salvation! But what does salvation mean? It means freedom from sin and death! Now look at this verse again…

Proverbs 17:6

Grandparents are a blessing from the Lord.

Grandparents are a gift from God.

Grandparents are a treasure to the family, their children and their grandchildren.

They can be a guide in times of trouble or confusion, as well as when you need advice about careers or marriage partners.

Psalm 71:18

God will give you the desires of your heart.

“Psalm 71:18 – The Lord will fulfill his purpose for me; your love, O Lord, endures forever—do not abandon the works of your hands.”

God will give you a future and a hope.

“Psalm 71:5-6 – Because of your faithfulness, I can approach God with confidence and say:”

Ephesians 6:1-4

  • Children, obey your parents in the Lord, for this is right.
  • “Honor your father and mother”–which is the first commandment with a promise–

To be obedient to your parents means that you must do what they tell you to do when they are in authority over you. This includes tasks such as doing chores around the house and going to school without arguing or fighting back against them. Obeying parents also means not lying to them or stealing from them, even if it seems like a good idea at the time!

Deuteronomy 5:16

16 “Honor your father and mother, as the Lord your God has commanded you, that your days may be long and that it may go well with you in the land which the Lord your God is giving you.”

That’s great advice. And it applies to grandparents just as much as parents. If you want to make sure your grandkids are good people who treat others well, then teach them how to do so by modeling good behavior yourself. One way to do this is by getting involved in their lives on a regular basis—whether it’s helping them with homework or taking them out for ice cream after school or spending time together playing board games when all of you are at home together.

Exodus 20:12

Exodus 20:12 says, “Honor your father and your mother, that your days may be long in the land which the LORD your God gives you.”

Every year when my grandson turns three years old, this verse is one of the first things I give him at his birthday celebration. Why? Because it reminds me of what is important in life: honoring God by honoring our parents and grandparents (and any other family member who deserves respect).

If our grandchildren are not exposed to God’s word on a regular basis they will never know how much they mean to us until they grow up and have their own families. But if we teach them about Jesus Christ at an early age they will be able to pass on His message with honor and respect all their lives because it has been ingrained in their hearts through repetition.

Leviticus 19:32

Leviticus 19:32 says, “You shall rise before the aged and show respect for the old.” This command is impossible to disobey. If you have grandparents in your family, you should be showing them respect at all times. They are older than you and have been around for many years. You should always be kind and respectful when dealing with your grandparents as well as other people who are older than yourself because they deserve it!

Proverbs 20:7

Grandparents are the best! It’s not just a saying; it’s true. The Bible says so. In Proverbs 20:7, you’ll find the following: “The righteous man walks in his integrity; his children are blessed after him.” If you’re already a grandfather or grandmother, this verse is something to rejoice over. But even if your grandchildren haven’t arrived yet, there is still great joy awaiting you—and not just because of what your children will do for you (though that’s pretty awesome too).

Psalm 144:12

The Lord will give grace and glory; no good thing will he withhold from those who walk uprightly.

In Psalm 144:12, the Bible tells us that God is a good God. He is our Creator, and He offers us all kinds of goodness in our lives—goodness in His perfect creation, goodness in His Word, and goodness in salvation through Jesus Christ (Ephesians 2:8). But if you’re like me, sometimes it can be easy to forget this fact about the One who loves us so much! As Christians, we must remember that God has made us for Himself (Matthew 6:33) and desires to bless us with every spiritual blessing (Ephesians 1:3). And when we serve Him faithfully as His children on Earth? Well…that just gives Him more reason to bless us abundantly!

Study the Bible with your grandkids, it’s the best gift you can give them.

The Bible is the most important book in the world. It has been for thousands of years, and it will always be. Reading a book together that provides hope and inspiration is one of the best ways to spend time with your grandchild. When you read from this great text, you can teach them about God, life, love – all things that are important for them to learn about now and throughout their lives.

The Bible teaches us the value of grandparents and their role in our lives. When we are blessed with grandparents who are living, we should make an effort to spend time with them so they can teach us about God and His love for us. If you don’t have a close relationship with your grandfather or grandmother, pray for guidance from God as to how he might help you establish one!