Keep working at the future guys. It has been said that Rome was not built in a day. The truth is that your kids will not be made complete in a day as well. But their completion depends on your skills now! Don’t forget your job and keep watering and weeding.
Ever wonder what all guys need? The Skit Guys have come up with the perfect gift that all guys really need, not only during Mother’s Day, but every day! Check out the video below and remember to love on that special lady in your life guys and show them some appreciation not only on Mother’s Day, but every day.
Many times we as men will let something go when we have a disagreement with someone. I think many times to myself, “Be a duck…be a duck…just let it roll off your back and move on”. Yet somewhere way back in one of our boxes (that’s another blog post) we bury a bone of that disagreement that we will dig up later.
There are times when your kids will start asking questions. They turn into rapid fire machines it would seem and are able to ask questions faster than you can answer. They will start humming or making noises that will somehow find just the right wavelength to become the most irritating noise in the world.
“When I get the time son…” or “Let’s go guys…I don’t have a lot of time…” or “I got a time schedule going here, let’s move it…” Are these the phrases that your kids hear from you? Dad are the kids constantly fighting for your time, are you are fighting for your time and your wife is fighting for your time? We fight and struggle to get it all done and only leave a few seconds of time for God. Let’s talk about time.
The Next Generation
One generation will declare Your works to the next
and will proclaim Your mighty acts.
Psalms 145:4 HCSB
This past Sunday I had the privilege of being able to step into the pulpit of my home church during the 11:00 service and deliver a message that God has laid upon my heart for a long time now. I was talking about “The Next Generation”. Those who will follow after us, are watching us and are trusting us to do what is right.
I had to break the sermon into two parts due to the length of the podcast. Part one is available and should be listened to first.
If you want to watch the message in its entirety, click on the link.
So when he attempted something and he did not see it doing any good, he quit. He did not see that the responsibility he was given was important and how it effected everything else that was being done at that time. This in turn made others who were performing there task in a responsible manner look down on him and his self-esteem plummeted.
Guys, are you looking for something to do with your kids? Well here is something that we will be doing this week in our house! *WARNING* This does involve sharp sticks, knives, drill bits, razors, matches and fire. Don’t do something stupid like burn down a house or put your eye out! *WARNING*