Will The Real Men, Please Stand Up?!? by Jerry Watts

Will The Real Men, Please Stand Up?!?
Jerry Watts
Ezekiel 22:30

• This entire chapter of Ezekiel 22 leads us to God's ultimate conclusion in verse 30. Review with me the words of Jehovah God to His chosen people. (READ)
• It's Father's day, a day to honor dad. For me in my capacity as a pastor, I ask this, "From the perspective of our Lord, what is the best way to do this?" Maybe we should copy some of the dumb men television commercials and play for entertainment. Maybe we should gently stroke their egos with shallow compliments or maybe we should placate them high sounding words.
• Or maybe, just maybe, we should take stock of what this culture has done and continues to do to masculinity (I.E. dads and prospective dads) and finally put out a call to all males to "be men", real men. It is time in this country to sound out a call to return to manhood, to return to masculinity, and be all that God wants you to be. Today, I'd like to start a revolution, which I hope will develop into an evolution for all men. I submit that, at the very least, we need this type of movement to counteract the trends of recent years with respect to us men. For too long, we have placed a guilt trip on Dad because he is rough, he is driven, he hides his emotions. He doesn't respond like his wife, doesn't think like her, talk like her, or even understand her, so the prevailing attitude seems to be, he must be weird.
• Men today, this is a message to you and me. Trust me, in the preparation of this message, I've already heard it, lived it, and KNOW that I needed this message for my life.
• In the 1960's there was a game show entitled "To Tell the Truth." In that show, 3 people introduced themselves by the same name. (One of these three were, in actuality that person) The celebrity panel was allowed to ask questions and guess who indeed was the "REAL" person was. To end the show, the announcer asked, "Will the ...

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