Being a parent, as one has said, is not for cowards. There is plenty of stress and distress in this eternally important work. Souls are at stake, most noticeably the souls of our children. Loving parents will obviously be distressed about the state of their children's souls.
In this booklet, Cotton Mather (1663-1728) seeks to accomplish two things: First, to give counsel and comfort for godly parents afflicted with ungodly children; and second, to persuade children not to entertain those evil ways which would bring misery to their parents. These are of great importance, for as Proverbs 10:1 says, “A wise son maketh a glad father, but a foolish son is the heaviness of his mother.”
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