Have you ever heard the expression ‘sour grapes’? Do you judge people on the actions of their children? Sour grapes is most commonly used to mean that the value of something unobtainable is not as great as was hoped, but it also refers to a proverb that I forbid to my people, that the sour grapes the fathers ate set the children’s teeth on edge. Haven’t you known good parents whose children made bad choices in spite of good training? A valid Biblical principle is that you not judge others. If you would not judge others for their own actions, how much less should you do so for the actions of someone else, even if it is their own children?
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