Can you be trusted to complete what you started?

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Firstly, are you a finisher who can be trusted to complete what you started? Are you someone with a to-do list who works to get things to-done? Do you look to model your life after God’s Word? As a result, will you choose to build your life on the Word of God and live a Christ-centered life instead of a self-centered life?

Complete what you started
Can someone trust you to complete what you started?

What’s more, let’s consider what today’s verse has to say about trusting to complete.

Verse of the day:

‘I am convinced and confident of this very thing, that He who has begun a good work in you will [continue to] perfect and complete it until the day of Christ Jesus [the time of His return]. ‘

Philippians 1:6

How will you choose to complete what you started?

In particular, are people convinced that you will complete what you started? Equivalently, are people confident that you will complete the work that you began? Subsequently, will you choose to complete it to perfection? Finally, is it going to finish on time?

Additionally, let’s be the dads who build our lives on God’s Word, convinced and confident that God who began a good work in us will continue to perfect and complete it till the day when Jesus comes back! In fact, let’s be the dads who use God as a role model and put into practice His Word by following His example!

Furthermore, let’s take a moment to reflect on today’s verse of the day and look at ways to apply it in our lives as dads.

To conclude, let’s look to apply today’s verse of the day to our lives:

  • Trust God’s work in your life as a dad: “Remember that God has called you to be a dad and has equipped you for this role. Trust that He will continue to work in you and through you to fulfill His purposes for your family.”
  • Pray for your children: “Just as God is at work in you, He is also at work in your children. Pray for their growth, protection, and spiritual development, trusting that God will carry out His work in their lives.”
  • Model godly character: “Be intentional about modeling the character of Christ in your words and actions. Your children will learn from your example, so strive to be a godly role model.”
  • Teach your children the Word of God: “Make it a priority to teach your children the Bible and help them understand its application to their lives. Use opportunities like family devotions and church activities to reinforce the truths of Scripture.”
  • Disciple your children: “As your children grow and mature, help them develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Be intentional about discipling them and guiding them in their spiritual journey.”
  • Be patient with your children: “Just as God is patient with us, be patient with your children. Remember that they are works in progress and trust that God will continue to work in their lives.”
  • Encourage your children: “Let your children know that you believe in them and encourage them to pursue their God-given talents and passions. Celebrate their successes and support them in their struggles.”
  • Invest in your children: “Make time for your children and invest in their lives. Be present and involved in their activities, and take opportunities to build strong relationships with them.”
  • Be consistent in your parenting: “Set clear expectations and boundaries for your children and be consistent in enforcing them. This helps your children feel secure and provides a framework for their growth and development.”
  • Trust in God’s plan for your family: “Ultimately, we can trust that God has a good plan for our families. As dads, we can rest in the knowledge that He will carry out His work in our lives and in the lives of our children.”

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