10 Ways Every Father May Be a Blessing to His Children
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“Do you have but one blessing, Father?” asked Esau of his father, Isaac. “Please, Daddy, is there not a blessing for me, too.”
And Esau broke down and wept. (Gen. 17:38)
It’s one of the most heart-wrenching scenes in all the Old Testament. Esau, first-born son of Isaac, was looking for his father’s blessing and I’m thinking, whenever I read this…
“What child does not need…a Father’s Blessing?”
Here are ten simple ways a father may bless, and be a blessing, to his children.
Dr. Steve McSwain is an author, speaker, thought leader and spiritual teacher. His books and blogs inspire spiritual seekers around the world. He is a devoted follower of Christ but an interfaith activist as well. He is frequently heard to say, in the words of Mother Teresa, "I love all religions; but I'm IN LOVE with my own." Read more from Dr. McSwain on his blog Your Best Life Ever.
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