It’s time to honor our fathers.
Just like mothers, fathers have
unique role to perform in God’s
scheme of things.
him the role of “head” of the woman and he is answerable
to his head, Christ.
Talk about a complicated role:
Man has to rule his equal! Wow!
God didn’t make him superior to
the woman; He just gave each
of them a unique role to perform
to complete the union. One of
my previous pastors described it
this way: Man is the head of
the house and woman is the
heart. Their mutual love and
make a house a home.
So, it is time to give honor to
whom honor is due. Father’s Day
is an opportunity to do that.
I lost my dad, Kelsey G. Adams,
and my mother lost her
companion in July 1979; but he
left behind precious memories
that have contributed to my development as an adult. He was
my fan club! He was so supportive of things that I scribbled that
he wanted to try to get them
published! What loyalty! Even if
it were misdirected, I
appreciated his confidence in
dad had beautiful expressive eyes that “twinkled”
when he smiled. I can
imagine the double twinkle on
face if he were able to read something I had “published”
on the web. Maybe….?
Nothing increases our
self-confidence like someone we
and respect showing their
confidence in us. Encourage your
father, shower him with respect,
love and support. It will make
him love and honor you more.
Don’t wait until you have to
“I wish I had…”
To all fathers: Happy Father’s
Day and may God bless you so
much that you overflow and bless your family and others
around you. .
I wonder if it were just
coincidence that my special dad,
Kelsey G. Adams, was born on
June 10 so near Father's Day!"
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