Sorry everyone at the moment I can’t Post, I’m waiting on WordPress to fix the problem but as they say every cloud has a Silver lining , to me that means God works all things out for good in our lives, sure I’m frustrated but it has given me time to read some of those who Posted about Fathers Day, in Aussie land it’s in September so I have plenty of time to share my own thoughts and I did Post one even though it took a long time but for now I would like you to be blessed by a wonderful Post about the importance of fathers and their special role and responsibilities……God is the Perfect Father as the Power point on my Last Post confirmed so clearly but a good earthly father is our foundation in Childhood and aids in our understanding of our Abba Father, but if you didn’t really know your dad like me or he was cruel or distant, God will fill in the blanks for you and show you just how much He Loves you, as you seek Him with all your heart…..He promises He will and He always keeps His promises………. Thank you Stopand PrayT.V I was uplifted and blessed by your message and also your reply to my comment but to me you have the right focus and if you are a Daddy, your Children are very blessed…………..
Christian Love from both of us – Anne
What can a father leave his children that will last? A spiritual legacy:
1. A Dad of Prayer.
2. A Dad of Purpose.
3. A Dad of Patience.
4. A Dad of Play.
5. A Dad of Praise.
It has been said over and over that a positive and continuous relationship between the father and child is associated with high self-esteem, more self-confidence in personal and social interaction, better morals, greater career aspirations and life goals, and reduced rates of unwed teen pregnancy.
Fathers who are affectionate, nurturing and actively involved in raising their children are more likely to have well-adjusted kids. An active father is there in good times and bad. From him, his children learn how to handle difficulty, anger, disappointment and success. He’s the foundation.
Luke 6:46-49 records the words of Jesus, “Why do you call me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ and do not do what I say? I…
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