12 Apr The Role of Fathers (June 15, 2008, Father’s Day Sunday Service)
This Sunday Service originally aired Sunday, June 15, 2008, Father’s Day.
Men have become weak. A good father passes confidence down to his children. Men should never try to please women. Are you a real man?
At Sunday Service, Jesse makes a brief point about judgment — right away your mind makes decisions about what you see, such as flowers, and prevents you from realizing the depths of what you’re looking at.
MEN HAVE BECOME WEAK
Jesse goes on to talk about the spiritual order in life: God in Christ, Christ in man, man over woman, and women over children. It’s the father’s responsibility first to protect his family spiritually. There’s a spiritual war going on between good and evil, right and wrong.
Men have become soft like women, switching places with their wives and girlfriends, if they have them — even in the car. They take the passenger seat, while the women drive, with no insurance! Barack Obama is not a real man — his wife Michelle is more of a man than he is, and she’s a woman!
A GOOD FATHER GIVES CONFIDENCE TO CHILDREN
Later in the service, some women speak up about how a good father gives them confidence and stability.
Most people do pick the wrong mate — because they marry in a fallen state. They’re often having sex out-of-wedlock. They’re led by their emotions.
MEN, NEVER PLEASE A WOMAN
A man should never please a woman — never seek to please her. Most women don’t know what they want. A man should seek God, seek what’s right, to be right and do right.
ARE YOU A REAL MAN?
How many men are real men? It eats up men inside knowing that they are not real men. Many men are shy. Some guys in this service claim that they are not shy, while others admit that they are, or that they are not real men.
Jesse urges everyone to be still and know God — to pray consistently, every morning and every night.
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