Work | Devotions with Dad

Initiative (3 of 3)

For DAD Only:

Seven Ways to have Heaven on Earth Deuteronomy 11:21 “That your days may be multiplied, and the days of your children, in the land which the LORD sware unto your fathers to give them, as the days of heaven upon the earth.” You would love to have Heaven on earth, right? I think every parent longs for that. Some days seem to come from the other place. Do you deal with screaming, fighting kids? Do you get stressed out until you think you will snap? Then you probably need to know the seven secrets of this passage.

… → Read More: Initiative (3 of 3)

Persistence (2 of 3)

For DAD Only:

Are You Game for Child Raising?

Some kids grow up hating work because their dad never teaches them how. Others hate work because they have to do all of it. Although some parents swing to the extreme of never demanding anything from their kids, others fly to the other end of the spectrum by demanding that their kids do everything. The age-old question arises again about whether the family is a team or a dictator-oppressed regime.

We have to think of children in an eternal perspective. We are building a legacy which involves more than getting the … → Read More: Persistence (2 of 3)

Responsibility (1 of 3)

For DAD Only:

Over Worked

Is your wife run ragged being nursemaid and slave to your children? If so, Dad, you’ve not done your job of teaching them to carry their part of the load. Some people have marveled about our “big family” (although personally I do not think five kids constitute a big family). They look at their two children who consume all their energy and say, “I couldn’t imagine having more than two!”

Regarding functionality, the number of children doesn’t matter as long as they know how to work. Workless kids have a worthless future. “The soul of … → Read More: Responsibility (1 of 3)