UNCOMMEN DADS - 5 DAY STUDY ON DADS BY TJ TODD

UNCOMMEN: Dads 2 – Day 4

Happy to have found another devotional by UNCOMMEN that will last 2 more days. This is a sequel to the first UNCOMMEN Dad’s devotional and will look to challenge us to be better dads, better Christians, and better men! This devotional will do so by tackling subjects like effort, trust, consistency, and more. I am excited to see Jesus in and through this devotional and how He can and will infuse us with life-changing power to make us become UNCOMMEN Dads!


Let’s check out our scriptures for today’s devotional:


‘Whoever spares the rod hates their children, but the one who loves their children is careful to discipline them. ‘

Proverbs 13:24

God’s Word isn’t just to teach kids but all of us! God’s Word is active and alive! God’s Word is sharp and can cut right through the situation to get right to the core of things! Let’s make sure to spend time in God’s Word and be filled with wisdom and discernment needed for today!

Let’s be the dads who use discipline to teach our kids life lessons! Let’s be the dads who don’t take God’s Word out of context but rather make sure to take God’s Word “in its correct, biblical context, it is understood as an important strategy in equipping parents in the teaching, training, and disciplining of children within their family.” Let’s be the dads who take the word “rod” in proper context as a shepherd would “his rod was never used to harm the sheep.” Let’s be the dads who don’t twist God’s Word because we know that the “rod” spoken of in today’s verse aligns with how the shepherd would use his rod and “It was more often an instrument for guidance or comfort.” Let’s consider how David spoke of God’s rod and staff in Psalm 23 when he said “Thy rod and thy staff, they comfort me.” Let’s be the dads who when “Interpreting Scripture should always be carried out grammatically and in a correct, historical context.” Let’s be the dads who take time to study even one verse to make sure we understand it and find study references to help us dig deeper like:

Let’s be the dads who use the Bible to help interpret the meaning of the Bible!


Today’s devotional has been provided by UNCOMMEN (https://www.uncommen.org).

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:
Be Consistent With Your Discipline

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