My son, do not despise the chastening of the Lord, nor detest His correction;For whom the Lord loves He corrects, just as a father the son in whom he delights. Proverbs 3:11, 12
Despise: reject, refuse
Chastening: discipline, more severely, chastisement of Yahweh
Detest: feel a loathing at, abhor, sickening dread
Correction: reproof, chiding
Loves: divine love to individual
Corrects: rebuke of God
Father the son: owing reverence, obedience, etc. to parents
Delights: be pleased with, favorable to
Do not. Nor. Neither. Do not do it! It's going to happen—simply because as sinners we will need discipline and correction. So, when it happens, do not refuse or reject it, don't approach it with a sickening dread. Rather accept the discipline and learn and put into practice what is learned so that you don't repeat it in the future.
And remember the underlining and foundation for the discipline is true divine love. God wants us to learn, and grow, and live a life of peaceful refreshment (Proverbs 3:8).
We often get mad that the Lord disciplines us. But don't we get upset when we see a child misbehaving in the store and the parents ignore it or simply reward the bad behavior? Yet, that's what we expect when we do something wrong, we want the Lord God to ignore it or reward us. Yet, that is not how true love responds. True love will discipline and correct, knowing that there is something better when there is obedience.
Do not. Nor. Neither. Do not do it! Accept the discipline and learn and grow from it. But that can only take place when a heart is permeated with a deep sense of reverence for God (Acts 9:31 MSG).