He is old enough to make young adult decisions, and he will become older. And do you know the real reason why?
I don't know if this applies to you, Mimi, but it looks to me like a number of people do not first make sure with God about whom we marry.
So, if we just choose whom we want to use . . . the bait you use can be what chooses the fish you catch. And dead fish will smell after a while, if you start with one who does not have the character to love the way the Bible says to relate in love.
And there is plenty more, to invest in learning and doing (c:
Start now, if you haven't, with Jesus, and discover the good God has for us (c:
---Bill on 9/8/17|
Mimi take responsibility for what ever you've done or said to alienate him, and apologize, sincerely. Seeking no more in return, than he is willing to give, and remember, with true repentance, a true change of mind, comes reformation, a corresponding change in attitude and actions.
---josef on 9/5/17|
You don't and you can't.,
In most jurisdictions, a teen of 14 years old can decide what parent to live with.
Just pray and be open.
Glory th Jesus Christ!
---Cluny on 9/5/17|