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Thursday, February 29 2024

Do you remember the two-a-day high school football workouts that typically started a couple of weeks before school began? The practices were structured for conditioning and getting football ready. If one ran hard through every drill, he would likely make the final roster.

Similarly in life, if one works hard, results are realized and accolades are received on the job. Has that been on

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Thursday, February 22 2024

Loving sons does not sound as sweet as loving daughters but sons need love from dad too. While some men had exemplary dads that expressed their love often through words of affirmation and encouragement, others have never experienced the love of a father. Most of us fall somewhere between. The example you grew up under may not be the one to emulate.

There can be no blame put on dads or father-figures that on

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Thursday, February 15 2024

“Up-hug Daddy!” It was not a request. It was a demand. And if dad was carrying anything as he walked through the door, he knew to put it down quickly so he could pick his daughter up and hug her as she expected to be hugged. It was all arms and legs wrapped around daddy in celebration that he was home.

As a dad of a daughter, I can attest that it is a glimpse of God’s glory to on

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Thursday, February 08 2024

When the dad realized he had crossed the line to anger when disciplining his son for a misdeed, he was busted. In a study for dads in his church just the week prior, the instructor said that dads must not discipline kids in anger. The discipline is in vain if self-discipline is lost. In crossing the line to anger, he had failed at exhibiting self-discipline.

The dad took a knee, confessed that he was on

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Thursday, February 01 2024

What name is given this child? That is typically a question from the administrators at the hospital as they process a birth certificate. It is also asked when the child is baptized. The first provides connection to an earthly family. The second provides connection to the Lord and a Heavenly family.

In his Truth for Life devotional, Alistair Begg writes, “In some cultures, the meanings behind names don’t matter much. We choose a name because on

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