Confidence: Found in God who is deeply concerned for you

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Do you have confidence as you start your day? Is there someone or something you feel or believe you can rely on and trust? Are you confident based on how you feel about the truth? Is your confidence in God or is it self-assurance arising from one’s appreciation of one’s abilities or qualities?

Today, let’s be the dads who choose to find our and put our confidence in God!


We know that God causes everything to work together for the good of those who love God and are called according to His purpose for them.

Romans 8:28

Today’s Verse of the Day:

And we know [with great confidence] that God [who is deeply concerned about us] causes all things to work together [as a plan] for good for those who love God, to those who are called according to His plan and purpose.

Romans 8:28 AMP

Therefore let’s be the dads who know with great confidence that God is deeply concerned about us. Moreover, let’s be the dads whose confidence in God’s concern for us causes Him to work all things together as a plan for our good because we love God and are called according to His purposes. Finally, let’s be the dads who answer the call from God with confidence that He will work all things, that’s right, the good, the bad, and the ugly, together for good, even when it doesn’t feel that way right now.

So how can we apply today’s verse of the day into our lives as dads for the benefit of our wives, kids, and world along with the glory of God?

Applications of Romans 8:28 towards living with confidence knowing God cares for us and will work everything together so we can be the dads our wives, kids, and world need us to be:

  1. Trust in God’s Plan: Understand that God has a plan for your family and your role as a father. Trust that He is orchestrating events for your good and the good of those around you.
  2. Lead with Confidence: As a dad, your leadership plays a crucial role in your family’s well-being. Knowing that God is in control, lead with confidence and make decisions that align with His principles.
  3. Model Resilience: Teach your children resilience by example. Show them how to navigate challenges with faith and a positive attitude, knowing that God is working even in difficult circumstances.
  4. Cultivate Gratitude: Encourage an attitude of gratitude within your family. Express thankfulness for both blessings and trials, recognizing that God can use everything to shape your family for the better.
  5. Demonstrate Patience: Patience is a virtue emphasized in Romans 8:28. Practice patience with your spouse, children, and the circumstances you face, trusting that God’s timing is perfect.
  6. Teach Faith: Help your children build their faith by sharing stories of God’s faithfulness in your own life and in Scripture. Use the verse as a basis to explain how God works through challenges.
  7. Prioritize Family Time: Spend intentional quality time with your family. Use this time to nurture relationships, discuss life’s challenges, and reinforce the message that God is always at work.
  8. Serve Others: Show your children the importance of serving others. Engage in acts of kindness as a family, emphasizing how God can use your actions to bring about positive change.
  9. Encourage Unity: Use the verse to remind your family that God’s purpose is to work all things together for good. This can foster unity, helping your family face challenges together with a shared perspective.
  10. Pray Together: Make prayer a cornerstone of your family life. Pray together for God’s guidance, thanking Him for His promises, and seeking His wisdom in all aspects of your roles as fathers, husbands, and individuals.

By integrating these principles into your life as a dad, you can help your wife, children, and the world experience the transformative power of God’s love and care, while glorifying Him through your actions and attitudes.

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