6 Biblical Traits Of A Godly Dad – Day 8
Today we will wrap up the traits of a godly dad. It’s interesting to just go with whatever the search results provide as the devotional to dig into. Today’s devotional from Bible.com is looking to empower us to be the dads. Today’s devotional from Bible.com is looking to help us address our feelings of inadequacy by providing us with the traits we need to be the dads. Today’s devotional from Bible.com is looking to help us get out of the starting blocks and into the race by sharing 6 biblical traits we need to model in our own lives in order to be the dads God created and purposed for us to be. So let’s dig in deeper as we jump into this new devotional in order to be able to learn and practice what God’s prepared in advance as good works for us to accomplish. Let’s grab a hold of these traits in order for us to be the dads, the godly dads we need to be for our wives, our kids, and our world.
Today’s devotional connects with the following verses:
‘Fix these words of mine in your hearts and minds; tie them as symbols on your hands and bind them on your foreheads. Teach them to your children, talking about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up. ‘Deuteronomy 11:18-19
God’s Word is more than enough! God’s love is more than enough! God’s presence is more than enough! So let’s dig into today’s scripture and capture all God has for us from the second telling of the law in from the book of Deuteronomy.
Let’s be the dads who make sure to keep God’s Word top of mind today. Let’s be the dads who fill our hearts and spirit what God’s Word has to say to us! Let’s be the dads who keep God’s Word relevant so that wherever we go, whatever we do, and whatever we say, His Word is like symbols on our hands and imprinted our our foreheads! I remember telling some people that there were times in my life where it was like I had a ticker on my forehead that said “Hi my name is Phil, come and tell me all your problems.” Today let’s be the dads who live our lives where there is a ticker that lets people know we are children of God and share the Word of God with others! Let’s bring God and His Word with us everywhere we go! Let’s be the dads who share the love and goodness f God through His Word with our kids! Let’s be the dads who share the truth of God’s Word in love with our kids when we are home or on the road, when they get up and when they go to bed, so that they too can know God, know God’s Word, and live a life purposed after living a relationship with Him!
Reading through today’s devotional, here are some takeaways for me:
(check out the devotional on your own too to see if you pick up other nuggets, and please share your findings in the comments)
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- Today we get to reflect on the six biblical traits of a godly father as provided to us through this devotional and God’s Word!
- Today’s devotional provides us both a recap and a reminder as well as a promise fr us dads!
- Let’s grab hold of what we have learned over the past 6 days
- Let’s be the dads who have been encouraged and will even revisit the devotional by Manhood Journey.
- Let’s be the dad who have been challenged and will consider digging deeper with something like 1 on 1 bible study guides.
- Let’s be the dads who meditate on God’s Word, take the lessons from this devotional and choose to walk confidently!
- Let’s be the dad who meditate on God’s Word and pray so that we can live focused!
- Let’s be the dads who are so connected with God that we know we are doing God’s Word, answer God’s call to be a godly dad!
- Let’s be the dads who remember we aren’t in this alone and there are pele and resources available to help, if we will be humble enough to ask! (Mandhood Journey even say “We’ll be here to help walk with you.”)
- Let’s realize this is the beginning not the end of this journey and that there are resources available to help us to keep moving forward for the glory of God and that provide “what to say, when to say it and how to say it to your child.” through their “1 on 1 bible study guides”.