Two days ago we celebrated Father’s Day.
While many ate cake and laughed around the table, others wept for fathers lost or never known. Some ached with disappointment and others were bitter with contempt.
But whether the day was happy or discouraging, there is no other day that reminds me how important it is to be praying for the men in our lives.
Kids need their daddies.
Wives need their husbands.
We all need the men who are grandpas and uncles and brothers and friends to be the men that God has called them to be, to be men who live with courage and faith and humility and grace. Men who love patiently and with kindness. Men whose love is long-suffering and rejoices with the truth. We need men who walk with God.
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