What do you know? How did you find out? Do something with it

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To know is not enough, we need to do something with it. Did you learn it from hearing? Was it through living and experience? How did you find out? Have you been able to take that experience and put it into practice? Have you managed to find applications to how you live your life?

Since you know, is it impacting what you do and how you live?

Having found it, are you applying it and sharing it with others?

Don’t keep it bottled up or hidden, let your light shine like a city on a hill that others may know too.

Know it and share it:


ISAIAH 40:28

Today’s Verse of the Day:

Do you not know? Have you not heard? The Everlasting God, the LORD, the Creator of the ends of the earth Does not become tired or grow weary; There is no searching of His understanding.

Isaiah 40:28 AMP

Therefore, let’s be the dads who know and share it with our wives, kids, and world! Moreover, let’s be the dads who have heard it and look for dads who haven’t so that we can share it with them! Additionally, let’s be the dads who know and proclaim the Everlasting God, the LORD, the Creator of the ends of the earth does not become tired or grow weary; there is no searching of His understanding.

So how can we put into practice what we have learned from today’s verse of the day? What can we do today to make a difference by applying it to our lives of being the dads that our wives, kids, and world need?

Applications of Isaiah 40:28 towards being the dads who know and make known God to our wives, kids, and world for His glory:

  • Seek Understanding: Strive to understand God’s wisdom and knowledge. Spend time studying the Bible and deepening your relationship with God.
  • Model Perseverance: Emulate God’s tireless nature by persevering through challenges and difficulties in life, showing your family the importance of resilience.
  • Teach Patience: Teach your children the value of patience and waiting on the Lord. Help them understand that God’s timing is perfect.
  • Share God’s Attributes: Talk to your family about the characteristics of God, emphasizing His boundless wisdom and understanding. Help your loved ones appreciate God’s unchanging nature.
  • Foster a Hunger for Knowledge: Encourage your children to ask questions and seek knowledge about faith and spirituality. Be open to discussing their inquiries.
  • Practice Humility: Humble yourself before God, acknowledging that His understanding surpasses your own. Share this sense of humility with your family.
  • Lead by Example: Model a life of faith and devotion to God so that your family can witness your commitment and be inspired to follow your lead.
  • Engage in Worship: Engage in regular acts of worship with your family, demonstrating the importance of recognizing God’s greatness and celebrating His attributes.
  • Promote Fellowship: Encourage your family to build relationships with others who share their faith, fostering a sense of community and mutual support.
  • Evangelize with Gentleness and Respect: Share your faith with others, but do so with gentleness and respect, as 1 Peter 3:15 advises. Be a living testimony to God’s glory.

Decide daily to live our our faith as dads:

Remember that being a dad who knows and makes God known is an ongoing process. It involves living out your faith daily and actively participating in your family’s spiritual growth. By applying the principles from Isaiah 40:28, you can help your family understand and appreciate the Everlasting God, the Lord, and His unfathomable wisdom.

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