The Father of Today

Today’s Father is not the same as the father that was accepted in the Middle 1900s. He is not even the same father that was looked at a century ago. We as fathers have to know our role and be able to excell in that role. We as fathers have to be able to embody many of the fathers that are mentioned in the Bible in order to be successful.

We first have to be like Abraham. He was a father that had faith that even at a very old age that God would bless him with a child. He was the father of faith. His faith was so great that after God delivered and gave him the son God wanted him back. Abraham had such great faith that he was going to sacrifice his son right back to God. I don’t know if something that drastic would happen today but we have to have the faith to do what God is asking us to do. We have to have it no matter how big or small the task is. Faith that what ever God ask us to do for or with our children we will be able to do it.

We need to be able to be fathers like what Eli was to Samuel. Eli messed up with his own children and it cost them and him his life. However, he was able to guide Samuel to know who God was. He was able to lead him to the voice of God. He was able to help develop him into one of the greatest Judges to rule the kingdom of Israel. We have to be ready to lead our Children to God. Know matter how old they may be when God comes calling we have to be willing and ready to help our children answer the call.

Lastly, we should become fathers like God. ABBA Father our provider. If we can strive to be closer to God then we will mirror the God in us to our children. When our children see us they will see God. That is something that we have to strive for. Yes all of the Fathers mentioned before this one were good fathers but they were still flawed. They still missed the mark in many other areas. If we strive to be like THE Father then we will be great Fathers.

Yours in Christ,

A Christian Dad

By A Christian Dad

I am a Christian Father who wants to put information out about being a Christian.

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