Six Roles All Fathers Should Play
“We who are strong ought to bear with the failings of the weak and not to please ourselves.” Romans 15:1
With regard to this verse, Fadele writes, “This is who fathers ought to be, using their strength and the admiration that normally comes from their children to help carry the burden of their children.” Fathers have much more life experience and have likely made many of the same mistakes their children will make, so the best way to use that experience is to offer supportive and loving guidance for the good of the child.
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