by Jeff Strite

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When Father Does Best (6 of 8)
Series: Getting There
Jeff Strite
Psalm 128:1-8

OPEN: Proverbs 31 tells about the value of virtuous wife and mother. One woman has taken those thoughts from that chapter and applied them to her husbands and the father of her children:

Who can find a virtuous man? For his worth is far above chocolate.
The heart of his wife safely trusts him; for he will not mess around with bimbos.
He does her good and not evil all the days of his life.
He seeks motor oil and socket wrenches, And willingly works with his hands.
He rises while it is yet night, And makes coffee for her household, and feedeth the cats.
He considers a stock and buys it; From his profits he invests in a mutual fund.
He girds himself with sensitivity, and learns the art of listening.
He perceives that his benefits are good, and his lamp does not go out by night unless - of course - his Beloved desires his presence.
He extends his hand to the poor, Yes, he reaches out his hands to the needy.
He is not afraid of snow for his household, For all his household is stocked with batteries, a kerosene heater… and kitty litter for icy spots
He takes an interest in the laundry, and yea, can wield an iron and the can of spray starch and his socks match.
He remembers birthdays and writeth his own cards, and helps with the Christmas shopping and wrapping.
He watches not over-muchly of sporting events, And does not eat the potato chips of idleness.
His children rise up and call him Daddy, especially when his wife is down with the flu;
His wife also, and she praises him saying "I can't believe you did the dishes all by yourself."
Charm is deceitful and hunkiness is passing,
But a man who fears the LORD, he shall be praised.
Let his works praise him in the women's group.

APPLY: That woman had a high regard for her husband.
And the Bible tells us God also has a high regard for on Godly husbands and fathers.

In the days of Genesis Godly fathers a ...

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