Dennis Leap, the often mocked best boy to Gerald Flurry, is pulling a GTA at the moment concerning proper PCG children rearing.
The world is filled with nasty rebellious kids. It is important that you PCGers train your kids up to be obedient robots in church. Force your kids to lay on blankets at home so they can get used to laying on cold floors at church as they pick the gum of the bottom of chairs and eat it.
Notice the next part. If your child does not stay on the blanket you must discipline your child. In other words, according to McFlurryism, beat the crap out of it till it can cry no more. After two or three of these spanking sessions you child will learn to submit to your authority.
Teaching a child to sit or play quietly on a blanket during services has been a tradition in God’s Church for decades. This training not only stops noisy interruptions during services, it is also the foundational plank for building self-discipline in children.
Today, some in God’s Church do not blanket train, which makes the teaching of self-discipline more difficult as children mature.
Blanket training is really simple. You should start blanket training as early as when your child can sit up by himself, but definitely by the time he can crawl. (This assumes that you have already been teaching your child not to make noise during services.)
When your child attempts to move off the blanket or make noise—tell them no once. Move the child back onto the blanket, or give them a hand-signal (forefinger against the lips) to be quiet. When your child moves off the blanket or makes noise a second time—you must discipline them. Continue the process until your child accepts the fact that he must remain on the blanket and be quiet. This is self-control in action.But what if the kids is just as bored with the dumbass sermon as the parent is?
Self-control is not even a part of this scenarios. Being beat into submission is all that is being discussed here. Being submissive is the only thing PCG members can do.
You must teach your children "Come Here!" Training. Without this they will not be submissive to God, i.e. me and Gerald.
Start teaching your child to come to you when he is walking securely on his own and you know that he understands you. If you have done blanket training—you’ll know that your child understands you.When you beat your child make sure you train it well enough that it doesn't get mad at you.
My wife and I generally waited until our children were about 18 months before we began “come here” training. We set aside an evening to do this. We called them “Come Here Nights.” I’ll be honest—this is a tough one.
Once children are up and running on their own—they do not appreciate being interrupted from what they are doing. To command them to come to you requires them to give up what they want to do and do what you want them to do. Children want to be their own authority. To submit to your authority requires self-discipline.
This is another vital lesson that must be learned at an early age. Your children will find it difficult to submit to God’s authority if they do not learn to submit to yours. Their physical and spiritual safety depends on obedience to direct commands.
Your child should be taught not to respond to correction with anger or a bad attitude. Both of these responses are wrong and require additional discipline and teaching. Correction is a fact of life and, for the people of God, a way of life! Children must learn to follow rules, directions and instructions that are not their preference. They must have self-control to accept correction and direction from you and other authority figures that are sure to come into their lives.Continue to beat your child until it smiles back at you in a good attitude.
When you discipline your child, make sure he responds with a good attitude and right behavior. Make it your goal to not finish a correction session unless your child demonstrates a good attitude and right behavior. This requires love, patience, strong teaching and time—a lot of time—on your part. It will be worth all your effort. As Paul says, there will be great rewards when you meet this goal. Your child will be more happy and on the road to real success. Remember, positive response to correction will help your child forever.
Parents—go for it!
That's right. It's the Sabbath today, beat your child into submission so they can enjoy the Sabbath day as a foretaste of God's millennium where you will rule with rods of iron.