Who Are Christian Fathers? 2

We talked about this topic already and touched on the Love that Fathers share. Now we are going to continue the conversation and talk about Christian Fathers in a different light. We are going to talk about how Christian fathers are supposed to be ones who teach.

As Fathers we begin to teach ours children from an early age. We teach them how to say their names, we teach them how to walk, we teach them all kinds of things from the time they are born until the day that we die. We have to get to a point where we are teaching them specific things. Teaching them things from a direct path is very important. It begins to direct them in the way that they should go. Proverbs 22:6 says it best “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” Keep teaching them even if you don’t feel like they are learning or understanding you because it will come out that they understand in time. One of my children was telling me what they thought about a situation that was going on in their life. When they were discussing the other person they seemed to understand and display all of the life lessons that I had previously taught them.

It’s even important to teach them the scriptures. If you are able to teach them scriptures at an early age they will definitely have an entire collection of scriptures to use when things get tough in their lives. Scriptures can even be entertaining you can make a game out of learning different facts from the Bible. When my 3 oldest children were little I use to ask them the original names of the 3 Hebrew boys and would give them prizes if they remembered what the names were. We even got into teaching them what the names they had meant and what the new names they were given meant. It allowed them to understand stories from the Bible and things that they meant.

So what’s the point of being a Father that teaches? That’s a very good question. Your children are learning from you no matter if you think they are or not. They are picking up different habits that you have. They are learning ways to speak and communicate even we they are past the point have actually learning how to speak. If the things that we are teaching them are good and wholesome then we will one day have good wholesome adults. So here is a thought: What are we teaching our children? What are they learning?

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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