by Stan Coffey

How Fathers May Bless Their Family
Stan Coffey
Numbers 6:22-27


I. The Resource of the Blessing
II. The Record of the Blessing
III. The Reality of the Blessing
IV. The Release of the Blessing

How many of you today would like to be blessed of God? How many of you would like to have joy unspeakable and full of glory? How many of you would like to have victory over the world, the flesh and the devil?

How many of you fathers on father's day would like to be able to bless your wife, bless your children and bless your home. God has uniquely placed the father in the home in position to pass the blessing on to our loved ones.

I would even say it is the father's responsibility to do this. Father you must now how first to unlock the secret of the blessing so that you can in turn give to your family the blessing of God. Just as Abraham blessed Isaac, and Isaac blessed Jacob, so you can bless your children and confer on them the blessing of God that will make and unbelievable difference in their lives.

Fathers, we prepare to pass on to our family the physical and material things that we have, but how many of us will pass on to them the Spiritual blessing that comes only from God the Father.

Well, the secret is locked up in the supernatural power of the blessing. This is a truth that has been largely lost to the church for nearly two thousand years and yet, you and I need that blessing that we're going to read about in this passage of scripture.

There was a little boy in a Catholic school who went up to the nun one day and said, ''I want a new bicycle.'' She said, ''Well, if you want a new bicycle, when you say your prayers tonight, tell God that you will be a good boy for six weeks and He will give you a new bicycle.

So, that night, he began to pray and he said, ''Oh God, I will be good for six weeks if you'll give me a new bicycle.'' Then he thought, ''No, I can't be good for six weeks. Oh, God if you will give me a new bicycle, I will ...

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