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The Picture of a Father

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A. Do you remember when men were men & you could tell it by looking, when women were the ones who wore earrings & makeup? Do you remember when men knew who they were & had confidence in themselves & in their God? They knew where God was leading them, & trusted Him to get them there. Maybe the problem today is that our modern society has tried to convince women that they can be as masculine as men, & men that they can be as feminine as women. So we have put them together in one big mixing bowl & mixed them all up until many are no longer sure what their role really is. B. Father’s Day presents us with an opportunity to look at masculinity once again. Not the Rambo type who walks with a swagger & cusses like a sailor. Such men probably make bad neighbors & poor business partners & abusive fathers & husbands. Nor am I talking about the Archie Bunker type who sits in his chair like a king on a throne, expecting the whole world to revolve around him. I’m talking about a man who knows he is a man & is proud of that. But at the same time he has a soft & tender heart that is sensitive to others & to the will of God. I’m talking about God’s man. I’m talking about fatherhood the way it ought to be.