My Father Can Be Your Father! – Day 1

My Father Can Be Your Father!

As we finished another devotional and we are getting close to the end of the month, it amazes me how God’s math works. God is precise and knows what He is doing! God is the God of details! Consider His plans for getting out of Egypt! Consider His plans for the tabernacle! Consider His plans for the temple! Consider His plans for the holy items in them both! Consider His placement within them both! God knows what He is doing and as I went looking for the next devotional and gain approval to use it, I discovered it will fit in this month. It’s going to speak to us about the importance of a father being present. So as we get ready to jump in let’s choose to be the dads that our wives, our kids, and this world needs for us to be! Let’s be the dads who are able to pour out unconditional love!

Today’s devotional gets us started with the following verse:

‘As a father has compassion on his children, so the Lord has compassion on those who fear him; ‘

Psalms 103:13

God’s Word is so timely! God’s Word knows what we need to read, hear, or see even before we ask! Let’s never miss an opportunity to turn to God’s Word! Let’s be the dads who model our lives and our behaviors after God’s! Let’s be the dads who have compassion on our kids! Let’s be the dads who demonstrate pity, sympathy, feeling, fellow feeling, empathy, understanding, care, concern, solicitude, solicitousness, sensitivity, tender-heartedness, soft-heartedness, warm-heartedness, warmth, love, brotherly love, tenderness, gentleness, mercy, mercifulness, leniency, lenience, tolerance, consideration, kindness, humanity, humaneness, kind-heartedness, charity, and benevolence over our kids. Let’s be the dads who are in such awe and wonder of God that we can walk confidently knowing that He has compassion on us! Let’s be the dads who are so connected, so in love with God that we can walk confidently in trust that He is working out all things in our lives for good! Let’s turn to God to learn where we have gaps and ask Him to help fill them in our lives, our hearts, and our minds!

Today’s devotional has been provided by Eternity Matters With Norma (more details can be found here: Eternity Matters With Norma – Home | Facebook)

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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Takeaways from Today’s Devotional: PAYDAY

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