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In Christianity, the first of the three persons of the Trinity, who begets the Son and from whom the Holy Spirit proceeds

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    Kakra Baiden
    Our Heavenly Father – Session 5

    Kakra Baiden

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 15:24


    Richard Ellis Talks on Oneplace.com
    The Grateful Living

    Richard Ellis Talks on Oneplace.com

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 26:02


    It's easy to go to God when we need something, but do we go back and thank Him when He provides what we need? As our Heavenly Father, God loves for us to come to Him in praise and thanks for all that He has done and continues to do in our lives. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/640/29

    dadAWESOME
    231 | How One Decision Creates Legacy (Tim and Ryan Skoog Part1)

    dadAWESOME

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 30:18


      dadAWESOME   We're on a mission to add LIFE to the dad life. We're passionate about helping dads live fully alive as they lead their kids to God's awesomeness.  | YouTube |  Instagram | Facebook   Tim and Ryan Skoog   Tim and Ryan are a father/son duo who share the love of adventure and legacy. Ryan is President of Venture and Tim is on the Governing Board. Venture is a Global Partner of Father for the Fatherless. Venture is committed and passionate about serving in areas of the world that are the least reached and resourced by partnering with local leaders in those communities to end some of the worlds greatest injustices.    FATHERS FOR THE FATHERLESS   Fathers for the Fatherless FATHERS FOR THE FATHERLESS changes lives by exposing men to a cause beyond themselves. They are propelled to challenge themselves, cycling 100 miles, in response to our Heavenly Father's heart for the Fatherless. Reminder: Twin Cities registration, FATHER FOR THE FATHERLESS, closes June 30.   Conversation Notes   2:54 - "You know, Dad, every every morning I roll out of bed and hit my knees. And it was something that impacted me and something I learned from him and have been doing faithfully ever since. So it's a situation of saying, well, son, take this from me. No, I took this from him." 3:57 - "As I look through my life is that I can say the dad that the man that was my dad was also someone that I would look up to as a hero. Many other people look up to. And so that's just one of the greatest honors." 5:08 - "I really believe that there isn't a real difference between being a leader in business, nonprofit or church. I think that we should approach it the same way." 5:42 - Ryan watching his Dad pray Psalm 91 over their family. 6:19 - Pray first then strategy/meet. 8:24 - Tim on his salvation in Alaska and his Father's salvation. 10:38 - The events of 1979 in Alaska that changed everything.. "first time I really heard the gospel in its entirety, I mean the full gospel if you want to use it as such" 11:34 - Tim's wife rededication her life to Jesus. 12:51 - "But on January 27th, 1979, I raised my hand and became a born again believer." Tim 13:07 - Tim talks about his house burning down and leaving Alaska 14:21 - Ryan explaining the legacy his dad imprinted, not only on their family, but to many people their family has encountered after getting saved "...that day was famous in our family.." 16:14 - Ryan taking Tim, his son, and father in law back to the chapel Tim was saved in and writing and praying blessings over each of them. 17:34 - "And the the idea that you, you know, this is really, really important for your kids to get is that they something happened before them and something will happen after them. Generational and that generational thought is so distant from our current generation. It's it's actually a very unique thing because for thousands of years, children grew up realizing that there's a tradition before them and a legacy to give and and to to combat the current crazy narcissism of the day."  18:43 - "whenever I want to instill a value in our kids, we like to travel somewhere and then have a moment but also have an adventure to seal it in." 20:29 - Tim's wife taking their grand daughters to where she was saved in Louisiana. 23:07 - "One of the greatest gifts that my parents and then my dad was able to give me was he wanted to expose me early on to the world, to the needs of the world, to the challenges of the world." "....he did that by taking us to some of the most difficult places in the world." 23:40 - "He never took us to Disneyland, but but he did take us to a refugee camp in Mozambique and, you know, to different slums around the world and difficult areas." 25:11 - One of the coolest things Tim did as a father was he was willing to do what his kids wanted to do. Even if their ideas where wild. 27:51 - Praying and asking God what it looks like to smuggle Bibles into China and an eagle flies over them right after praying.   Conversation Links   Venture dadAWESOME - Episode 77   Links from dadAWESOME   https://dadawesome.org/life/ Make a Donation to dadAWESOME Join the dadAWESOME Prayer Team https://dadawesome.org/tour/

    The 5 Minute Discipleship Podcast
    Listener Favorite: The Question of Suffering

    The 5 Minute Discipleship Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 5:09


    If we were to go out to a local street corner and ask people what their questions of God would be, there is no doubt the question of suffering is at the top of everyone's list. You've struggled with this, haven't you? I mean, why would a good God allow suffering? Why do bad things happen to good people?Main Points:We have to start with the recognition that we there are some things we don't know. We have finite minds. We can't see what God sees, know what God knows, or understand what He understands. This is why we have faith. If we knew it all, we wouldn't need faith. We would simply know it all. But with faith, we trust a God who sees and knows what we can't.The question of suffering is a huge question and one we can't completely answer in only five minutes, but let me give you a few things to think about. First, suffering is universal. While it may seem like some people have it easier than others, the truth is everyone suffers in one way or another. It comes to all of us because of our fallen, sinful world.While we all experience some kind of human suffering, we need to recognize that God is not immune to our suffering. Some people think of God is distant and immune to suffering. But the God of the Bible is not above suffering Himself.So, God understands suffering from our perspective because he experienced it. When we suffer God has empathy. As a loving Heavenly Father, he cares when his children are suffering.No matter what happens to us in this life, God will use it all to help us grow to be more like Jesus. Sometimes it's true that we grow more in the hard times than the good times.Today's Scripture Verses:Romans 5:12 - “Just as sin entered the world through one man, and death through sin, and in this way death came to all people, because all sinned.”Psalms 46:1 says, “God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble.”Romans 8:28 says, “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.” Romans 8:29 says, (God) “predestined us to be conformed to the image of his Son.” Quick Links:Subscribe to The 5 Minute Discipleship NewsletterDonate to support this podcastLeave a review on Apple PodcastsGet a copy of The 5 Minute Discipleship JournalConnect on SocialJoin The 5 Minute Discipleship Facebook Group5 Minute Discipleship on Instagram

    Walking Worthy
    Our Heavenly Father

    Walking Worthy

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 8:08


    In Matthew 6, the disciples request Jesus to teach them how to pray. Jesus offers them something entirely unexpected to their old covenant way of thinking. He constructs a short prayer that serves as a pattern for all our conversations with God. While the prayer contains all the elements one might expect, Jesus addresses God using a personal name utterly foreign to the Jewish theological mind. Much like the worship objects of their pagan neighbors, the Jews worshiped a very distant, remote, and even fearful being. Jesus offers them a much more affectionate, personal, and familial approach: “Our Father in heaven” (Matt. 6:9).Visit our website:walkingworthypodcast.com

    Allen Jackson Ministries
    #327: A Heavenly Father

    Allen Jackson Ministries

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 54:17


    To support this ministry and help us continue to reach people all around the world, click here: allenjackson.com/podcastdonate

    Kakra Baiden
    Our Heavenly Father – Session 4

    Kakra Baiden

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 15:01


    Podcast – iKings Media: Kingdom Mentor Academy
    The Walk of Grief: Fresh Strength. Mercy. Deep Peace

    Podcast – iKings Media: Kingdom Mentor Academy

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 12:59


    Three words have jumped out with my Jesus and coffee time.Fresh strength.MercyDeep peace.So as I continue to cherish my relationship with Jesus I sense the wind of the Holy Spirit as Jesus speaks to my heart."I have fresh strength and a deep well of mercy dropped in your heart wrapped with deep Peace."I'm still processing this.... and looking for HOly Spirit to enable me to walk with the weight of grief.I know I am not the only one who has felt this weight of sorrow.  Those (of you ) who have lost a child, a friend, a spouse, a father or mother...I am praying for you...that God will take your hand and you will willing walk with Him...and not stuff your pain.I wondered what would be the first podcast after the death of Dave.As I waited...staying up late missing him or processing or just not being able to sleep with all the responsibilities now on my shoulder....These three words I'm hanging onto...and believing for you...Fresh strength in HimMercy that is as great as His for othersDeep peace that holds you tight when you feel the waves of mourning crashing on the rock of your heart in front of you.BE kind to you.Forgive past moments with no regret.Live presently with hope that your Heavenly Father knows EXACTLY HOW you feel.For more episodes of the Kingdom Mentor Podcast with the word for 2022 and an episode about Dave's burn injury go to https://ikingsmedia.com/podcast

    Inspiring Words By Ms G
    Get rid of the complaining attitude

    Inspiring Words By Ms G

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 5:34


    Complaining and worrying is one of the worst things we can do as children of God. Instead of having a complaining attitude, we should be going directly to our Heavenly Father for guidance. We should practice having a heart of gratefulness, pray and trust the Lord. Ms. G. gives us some straight to the point advice on why we should get rid of the complaining attitude. Listen to the message to get back on track. You'll be glad you did.

    Kakra Baiden
    Our Heavenly Father – Session 3

    Kakra Baiden

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 15:11


    Seventh-day Adventist Church of Adairsville

    Think back for a minute. There was a day 50 years ago when dad's were respected, appreciated, honored and loved. Then something happened. Then it seemed like every new show, movie or ad was somehow making dads look dumb, out of touch and not needed. Did something change… or is there an agenda somewhere hijacking the narrative?

    New Direction Bible Fellowship
    Father Take Up Your Mantle

    New Direction Bible Fellowship

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 52:43


    New Direction celebrates today, Father's Day, because the love of a father is crucial to a child's life. Not only can we celebrate our Heavenly Father, but we can acknowledge and thank our Earthly Fathers. We pray that this message will help to uplift and encourage all fathers and father figures on their prospective journeys.

    Wisdom Unlocked: The Ways of God
    S4 Ep 12 The Father Heart of God

    Wisdom Unlocked: The Ways of God

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 43:03


    The image of God you carry around in your heart and mind affects the way you live your daily life.  For too many of us, that image is flawed,  Scripture refers to God as our Father.  That can be a source of comfort if you have a good relationship with your dad.  But if you didn't, it's an obstacle that is hard to overcome.  Listen as we discuss how our Heavenly Father desires to “re-parent” us.  Episode notes here.  Learn more about our ministry at Lionshare.org  Learn more about Pastor Sean Holland here. 

    Kakra Baiden
    Our Heavenly Father – Session 2

    Kakra Baiden

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 15:05


    El Bethel International Ministries
    Sunday Service - 06.19.2022 | Trusting Our Good Heavenly Father and Becoming Like Him| Pastor Kiruba Stephen - Audio

    El Bethel International Ministries

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 64:28


    May the God of Wonders Bless You!

    VIVE CHURCH with Adam Smallcombe
    What does masculinity look like in a modern man? | Psalms for the Summer Vol 4 | VIVE Church

    VIVE CHURCH with Adam Smallcombe

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 37:02


    Have you ever wondered the difference between true masculinity and toxic masculinity? No matter who you are or what stage of life you are in, then this message is for you. This biblical conversation is led Pastor Luke Stewart titled “What does masculinity look like in a modern man?”. This message will unlock how true masculinity is unlocked by our Heavenly Father, Jesus Christ. 

    Simple Truths for Life
    Lessons From My Father

    Simple Truths for Life

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 30:00


    A father's role is important in helping us understand the place our Heavenly Father desires to have in the life of each of his children. This week, we're sharing a message Charles Tapp gave last Father's Day as he reveals the lessons he learned from his father, and how to make sure our own children receive the Godly wisdom they need, with his message “Lessons From My Father.”

    Fern Creek Christian Church
    Happy Father's Day

    Fern Creek Christian Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 24:10


    Discipleship Minister, Rich Teske and Outreach Minister, Josh Cooper take some time to reminisce on meaningful memories with their dad. They also praise God for being a perfect, Heavenly Father who demonstrates His love for us through the person of Jesus. Come and laugh with us! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ferncreekcc/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ferncreekcc/support

    Don't Miss This Study
    1 Kings 17 - 19

    Don't Miss This Study

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 47:32


    Don't Miss This Podcast Show Notes 1 Kings 17-19: Here is what you have to look forward to this week: A Little Cloud A Little Cake A Small Voice The Don't Miss This Newsletter including tips for kids, teens, couples and individuals can be found at: www.dontmissthisstudy.com Videos can be found on YouTube: Don't Miss This Emily Belle Freeman Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/emilybellefreeman/ Instagram: @emilybellefreeman David Butler Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mrdavebutler/ Instagram: @mrdavebutler Come, Follow Me is a resource offered by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It is designed to be used in the home to support personal and family scripture study to build faith in Heavenly Father and His plan of salvation and in the Savior Jesus Christ and His Atonement. Come, Follow Me is self-contained and adequate, when used properly. Products and materials designed to supplement this resource, though they may be helpful in some instances, are not necessary for a successful home study program.

    Christ Church (Moscow, ID)

    We are a congregation that is resolved to make a mark for Christ in this world. We see the futility and folly all around us. And we want to see salvation spring up from the ground. We anticipate the budding forth of redemption. And this anticipation is biblically warranted. Isaiah says, “Let the earth open, and let them bring forth salvation. And let righteousness spring up together” (Isaiah 45:8). But we must remember what happens prior to the growth of wheat in the fields and grapes on the vine. And that is: rain from heaven. Just before Isaiah speaks of salvation springing forth from the earth, he says, “Drop down, ye heavens, from above, And let the skies pour down righteousness” (Isaiah 45:8). Christ has ascended into heaven, and our salvation is in him. All blessing comes from the Father through the heavenly seated Son to us by the Spirit. God rains down righteousness upon us. He pours out grace upon grace. He rejoices over you with loud singing. Your job is to listen. Do you hear him? He is your Heavenly Father. So turn your ear up. He makes his face to shine upon you. So turn your face up and behold his glory without a veil. Lean back your heads, spread wide your arms, and receive the Father's grace by faith. C. S. Lewis once said, “If you read history you will find that the Christians who did most for the present world were just those who thought most of the next... Aim at heaven and you will get earth ‘thrown in': aim at earth and you will get neither.”

    Kakra Baiden
    Our Heavenly Father – Session 1

    Kakra Baiden

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 15:15


    Revival Now with James Brandt
    "Characteristics of Our Heavenly Father" Sermon

    Revival Now with James Brandt

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 58:00


    Pastor James Brandt preaching at Living Waters Chapel in Caro, Michigan. www.jamesbrandt.org www.livingwaterschapel.org

    Grace Assembly of God
    Father Knows Best (Rev. Terry Rosch)

    Grace Assembly of God

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 26:50


    We heard from one of our missionaries, Terry Rosch, as he shared his heart for the people of Panama in addition to giving an encouraging message about God, our Heavenly Father.

    Saint Barnabas Anglican Church Podcast
    6.19.22 - Second Sunday After Pentecost (Walking in the Heavenly Father's Footsteps)

    Saint Barnabas Anglican Church Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 22:50


    The Rev. Andrew Petta - Fathers are Biblically expected to lead their families. Fortunately, we all have the perfect leader and example in our Heavenly Father!

    The Summit Church Denver
    Vision in the Valley: Three Practices of an Intentional Father

    The Summit Church Denver

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 38:39


    Text: 1 Thessalonians 2:11-12Summary: We look at Paul's example of what a godly dad does, and how these practices point us to the way our Heavenly Father has treated us in the Gospel.Speaker: Bryan BarleySupport the show

    Rev. Kevin Vogts
    Children of the Heavenly Father – Galatians 3:26-27 – June 19, 2022

    Rev. Kevin Vogts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 7:53


    Valley Creek of Hueytown, AL
    God's Design for Dads

    Valley Creek of Hueytown, AL

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022


    What's a Dad to do? There's so much responsibility in fatherhood, right? God gives Dads clarity and direction to provide for their children what they need the most. Dad, here's a message that will encourage you on Father's Day! From the Heavenly Father's heart to yours. Text: Proverbs 4 Listen to the entire service including worship music at https://youtu.be/TRGwJBCH7po.

    Wonder Lake Bible Church
    The Loving Father

    Wonder Lake Bible Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 41:50


    The Heavenly Father delights to forgive and graciously bless repentant sinners. Pastor Dan Cox reads from Luke 15:11-32. Learn more about Wonder Lake Bible ChurchContact Wonder Lake Bible ChurchStudy NotesContext for Our Text Understanding the Text A Rebellious Son (vv. 11-16) A Loving Father (vv. 17-24) An Angry Brother (vv. 25-32) The Heavenly Father Earthly Fathers Rebellious Children Applying the Text Are you a hungry rebel in a far country? Do you want to return to the Heavenly Father? Are you an earthly father in need of some encouragement?

    Great Commission Ministries
    Our Heavenly Father

    Great Commission Ministries

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 32:46


    A sermon for Father's Day by Dr. Clifton Montgomery, Jr. in West Palm Beach, Florida June 19, 2022

    Great Commission Ministries
    Our Heavenly Father

    Great Commission Ministries

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 32:03


    A sermon for Fathers based on Luke 15:11-32 delivered by Dr. Clifton Montgomery, Jr. in West Palm Beach, Florida

    NLKBM Sound Biblical Doctrine Hour
    All Humanity Needs A Father

    NLKBM Sound Biblical Doctrine Hour

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 30:28


    We only have One perfect Father and that is the Heavenly Father. The Bible says we are to honor our parents, but often times we try to get things from our natural fathers they just cannot give. When we come with those expectations that leads to disappointments and hurts for both the child and the father. Dr. Wigfall shows through Scripture that we have a good heavenly Father that can give us what our earthly dads cannot.

    Catch the Fire Raleigh Podcast
    The Perfect Parent: Part 2

    Catch the Fire Raleigh Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 47:48


    This Father's Day, Aaron Ninaber wakes us up to the true nature of our Heavenly Father, who fully knows us and fully loves us. Nothing we do or don't do will ever separate us from His love. He is the perfect parent.

    Richard Ellis Talks on Oneplace.com

    The kind of dad that sets a good example for his kids is a dad that models after our Heavenly Father. These kinds of dads know that it is necessary to continually direct their kids to the Lord because only God is perfect. It is important that dads not only tell their kids things, but model these things for their kids so that they'll be respected and not be seen as a hypocrite. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/640/29

    Calvary Chapel Anne Arundel County Maryland - Sunday Services
    Hebrews 10:1-21 | The Radiance of the Son (Jesus Christ)

    Calvary Chapel Anne Arundel County Maryland - Sunday Services

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 76:55


    The Radiance of the Son (Jesus Christ): Chapters 11-13 of this book will begin the “application” of applying all that was taught in chapters 1-10; Chapter 10 is almost a total wrap-up of the whole epistle. The author goes over the main points again, puts in a warning not to add to or take away from all that we have studied – the superiority of Christ. In the wrap-up today, we will see the “Radiance of the Son”, Jesus Christ, and as we do, He will draw us to His warmth and love. Join us for another great passage of Scripture written from our Heavenly Father to His children. Calvary Chapel Anne Arundel | Pastor Ray Bollas

    Calvary Chapel Anne Arundel County Maryland - Sunday Services
    Hebrews 10:1-21 | The Radiance of the Son (Jesus Christ)

    Calvary Chapel Anne Arundel County Maryland - Sunday Services

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 81:30


    The Radiance of the Son (Jesus Christ): Chapters 11-13 of this book will begin the “application” of applying all that was taught in chapters 1-10; Chapter 10 is almost a total wrap-up of the whole epistle. The author goes over the main points again, puts in a warning not to add to or take away from all that we have studied – the superiority of Christ. In the wrap-up today, we will see the “Radiance of the Son”, Jesus Christ, and as we do, He will draw us to His warmth and love. Join us for another great passage of Scripture written from our Heavenly Father to His children. Calvary Chapel Anne Arundel | Pastor Ray Bollas

    The Encouraging Word - Rev Dean Courtier
    19 June 2022 - Estuary Elim Church Online Service 'Our Heavenly Father' Dean Courtier [Series: Gripped by Grace]

    The Encouraging Word - Rev Dean Courtier

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 14:31


    In Her Image: Finding Heavenly Mother in Scripture, Scholarship, the Arts, & Everyday Life

    Jess and Kate talk about the Other Half of God... Her Eternal Partner, our Heavenly Father. They discuss how seeking the Mother for the last few years has affected their relationship with the Father, how their faith in Him has shifted, and how He has responded to prayers regarding His perfect match. They share how seeking both members of the coupled God has influenced the way they see themselves and their own partnerships. Kate shares some key questions she received while contemplating these things... and invites all to reflect on the Divine Partnership in perhaps a new way for the first time. Happy Father's Day! The In Her Image podcast will be back with more episodes in August 2022. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/inherimage/support

    REAL TALK - Come Follow Me
    2 Samuel 5–7; 11–12; 1 Kings 3; 8; 11 | June 20-26 - Episode 26

    REAL TALK - Come Follow Me

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 25:05


    Episode 26Kings FallWrong TurnDavid's FallLesson 26          “Thy Kingdom Shall Be Established for Ever”#OldTestament2022 #comefollowme #comefollowme2022 #realtalkcomefollowmeJoin hosts Ganel-Lyn Condie and John Fossum as they discuss impactful topics from this week's Come, Follow Me lesson covering these chapters in 2 Samuel 5–7; 11–12;  and 1 Kings 3; 8; 11. Explore these important themes, topics and questions: - How does the Lord “steady your ark”?- David's rise and fall- The sacredness and importance  of temple dedications- The mercy and goodness that God has for the sinner- Solomon becoming king and his wisdom- The rise and fall of Solomon—----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Invitation: Reflect on a time in your life where it appears you took the wrong path - but looking back you ended up exactly where you needed to be.—----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Quotes & Links: Link to Come, Follow Me Through the Old Testament Book:https://www.seagullbook.com/real-talk-real-life-scripture-journal-old-testament.htmlBrigham Young Quote: “The Lord steadies the ark; and if it does jostle, and appear to need steadying, if the way is a little sideling sometimes, and to all appearance threatens its overthrow, be careful how you stretch forth your hands to steady it; let us not be too officious in meddling with that which does not concern us; let it alone, it is the Lord's work. I know enough to let the kingdom alone, and do my duty. It carries me, I do not carry the kingdom.” [BY JD 11:249, Brigham Young, God's Kingdom on Earth] Elder Dale Renlund Quote: “Heavenly Father's prescribed path leads to the best eternal outcomes. We are free to choose, but we cannot choose the consequences of not following the revealed path. … We cannot deviate from Heavenly Father's course and then blame Him for inferior outcomes. … When we sincerely repent, no spiritual scar remains, no matter what we have done, how serious it was, or how many times we repeated it. As often as we repent and seek forgiveness with real intent, we can be forgiven.” (“Your Divine Nature and Eternal Destiny,” April 2022) Elder Mathias Held Quote: “The Lord [is] patiently preparing us, He [is] molding us, and He [is] helping us to discover that we should learn to discern the truth not only through our rational minds but also through the very still and small voice of the Spirit, which speaks especially to our hearts.” (“Seeking Knowledge by the Spirit,” General Conference, April 2019)—------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Real Talk is presented by Seagull Book and hosted by Ganel-Lyn Condie and John Fossum.

    Evident Life Church
    HOW DEEP THE FATHER'S LOVE - General Messages

    Evident Life Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022


    This world struggles with understanding love, especially a father's love. Pastor Eric helps us reconnect with the Heavenly Father's love: a father's love provides, a father's love forgives, and a father's love restores. THE ULTIMATE DISPLAY OF THE FATHER'S LOVE IS FOUND IN THE GIVING OF HIS SON, JESUS, AS A RANSOM FOR OUR SINS.

    United Church of God Sermons
    The Love of a Father

    United Church of God Sermons

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022


    By Ben Light in Salem, OR - June 18, 2022 - The role of a Father in a loving, nurturing and intact family unit cannot be understated in today's society. Unfortunately, the United States is experiencing an epidemic of fatherlessness that is causing significant societal repercussions. One in three children in the United States is growing up without a Father, and those families are at greater risk of poverty, crime, and behavioral challenges that impact generation after generation going forward. Why did God create the family? What is the role of a Father today? How can we leverage these things and become the kind of Father that we see in our Heavenly Father?

    Richard Ellis Talks

    Being a "do dad" means you don't just say great things -- you follow through and do great things, too! The best kind of dad is one that sets a good example for his children by modeling his actions after his Heavenly Father. When we continually point our kids to the Lord through our behavior, we demonstrate for them what it means to be consistent in word and deed.

    Kerusso Daily Devotional
    10 Ways to Pray for Dads

    Kerusso Daily Devotional

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 2:38


    Today, we have a special Father's Day episode for you. The week leading up to Father's Day is traditionally the time to give dads and granddads in your life an extra thumbs-up, and we've created a list of specific ways for you to pray for dads, any time.    Number one, pray for a loving nature. John 13:34–35 says, “A new command I give you. Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. And by this, everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.”    Number two, pray for wisdom. Philippians 1:9 says, “And it is my prayer that your love may abound more and more, with knowledge and all discernment.”    Number three, pray for patience. Ephesians 4:2 says, “Be always humble, gentle, and patient. Show your love by being tolerant with one another.”    Number four, pray for perseverance. Romans 5:3–4 says, “We exalt in our tribulations knowing that tribulation brings about perseverance, and perseverance proven character, and proven character, hope.”    Number five, pray for servant leadership. Philippians 2:3 says, “Do nothing out of selfish ambition or vain conceit, rather in humility, value others above yourselves.”    Six, pray for support. Ecclesiastes 4:9–10 says, “Two or better than one, because they have a good reward for their toil. For if they fall, one will lift up his fellow, but woe to him who is alone when he falls, and doesn't have anyone to lift him up.    Number seven, pray for strength. Isaiah 40:31 says, “But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like Eagles. They will run and not grow weary. They will walk and not be faint.”    Number eight, pray for courage. First Corinthians 16:13 says, “Be on your guard. Stand firm in the faith. Be men of courage, be strong.”    Number nine, pray for peace. Second Corinthians 1:2 says, “Grace and peace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.”    Number ten, pray for rest. Exodus 33:14 says, “And he said, ‘My presence shall go with you, and I will give you rest.'”    Let's pray.    Heavenly Father, we ask you to bless every dad in the world. You've gifted these men with children, and have asked them to train those children in the way they should go. Prepare their hearts daily for this task, and bless them with the strength of character and sustaining faith they need, to be the father that you intend for them to be. In Jesus' name. Amen. 

    Women World Leaders' Podcast
    291. Celebrating God's Grace, Self-Care, Pt. 1 of 4

    Women World Leaders' Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 8:30


    In this four-part series, Cindy Jacob Southworth, an AACC Certified Relationship Coach with Breakwater Ministries, explores the positive impact that self-care can have on a marriage relationship.  In Part 1 she focuses on the things that promote healthy physical self-care, and ways that couples can support one another in exercising those healthy habits. ******* Welcome to Celebrating God's Grace, a Women World Leaders Podcast. I am your host Cindy Jacob Southworth, an AACC certified relationship coach with Breakwater Ministries, and part of the Women World Leaders leadership team, and I am coming to you from Cindy's Porch. Today I want to talk to you about why self-care is so important in marriage, but first let's go to God in prayer. Heavenly Father, your word tells us that you care about every hair on our head and every movement we make, that you will supply every need of yours according to his riches in glory in Christ Jesus.Give us your wisdom as we seek to find ways to improve our own self- care, and help us to see the impact that will have on our marriage relationship. We love you Lord and we want to fulfill the purpose that you have for us here on earth. In Jesus's precious name we pray, Amen. Why is Self-Care so important in marriage?  In this series, we will explore the different aspects of self-care and see the impact it can have on your marriage. But first, let's go to God in prayer: Self-Care is a very important aspect of the marriage relationship, and is often overlooked until it gets waaaaayyyy out of balance. When each spouse is healthier and has a balance in the four areas of self-care, they will have a healthier relationship because they will be more fully present and able to invest more into the relationship. Many people share that when their health gets better, their marriage improves. Why is this? Well, let's take a look at the different aspects of self-care. I have broken them down into four categories:  Physical, Mental, Emotional, and Spiritual. First, let's take a look at the physical aspects of self-care. Taking care of ourselves physically means to make healthy food choices, exercise, have healthy sleep patterns, and maintain a balance in work and personal life. Making decisions about our food choices can sometimes be a source of trouble for the couple who isn't on the same page. When one spouse is committed to a healthy eating lifestyle, and the other spouse wants to frequent the fast-food drive-ins, this can be a conflict both physically and financially. If we fuel our bodies with junk, eventually our bodies will start operating like junk. In a year, the average American may eat roughly 3 pounds of sugar each week, totaling around 130 pounds annually. Americans also rely heavily on processed foods, to the point that these make up nearly 70% of their diet. According to the Centers for Disease Control, 35.7% of Americans are obese. In 2008, it was estimated that $147 billion dollars were spent on medical costs due to diseases caused by obesity, including heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, and certain cancers.  So food choices are important to keep ourselves physically healthy. It can be beneficial to your marriage for the two of you to plan your meals and spend time in food preparation together. You can have fun in the kitchen and take turns with clean-up or even do it together. Exercise is also an important aspect of self-care. Many couples enjoy time at the gym together, taking walks, finding sports activities they can do together. You are taking care of your own body and doing something fun with your spouse at the same time. Developing a healthy sleep pattern is also important for your self-care.  There is a reason why God designed our bodies to spend 1/3 of our life in an unconscious state. It's during this state that our bodies recover from the daily activity and our immune systems recharge. When people do not have healthy sleep patterns, the result is physical sickness, overweight, forgetfulness, and depression. Your smartphone begins the day with 5 bars and 100% battery, but throughout the day, that battery starts to get depleted and by the end of the day it's two bars and 8% battery. It's time for a recharge. It's the same with our bodies. Eventually, our batteries are depleted and can only be recharged with sleep and relaxation. Talk with your spouse about how you can develop better sleep habits so that you can optimize your personal health and have more energy and focus for your marriage. A fourth aspect of physical self-care is to maintain a balance between your work life and your personal life. Many couples complain that there isn't enough time for each other because their spouse is constantly on their phone, tablet, or computer. Long after the work day has ended, they are still working. There is a belief that their value comes from their work, and this negatively affects the marriage relationship. The other spouse complains about feeling lonely in the relationship, and resents the amount of attention their spouse is giving to the company, the organization, or the church. Make sure you evaluate the amount of time you are working and allocate time for self-care and your marriage. To sum it up, spend some time making a list of changes that you need to personally make to improve your physical self-care in the areas of food choices, exercise, rest, sleep, and a balance of work and personal life. Then sit down with your spouse and discuss how you can support and encourage one another as you make these changes. On my next podcast, I will discuss the importance of mental self-care and how it impacts your marriage relationship. I would love to hear from you, so drop me an email at Cindysporch@gmail.com   Send me your ideas for relationship advice. What would you like to hear about on this podcast that has to do with marriage? Send me your questions.  Thank you so much for joining us today—as we celebrate God's grace in our lives, in this ministry, and the world! Join us each Monday, Wednesday and Friday as we explore together God's extravagant love and your courageous purpose. Visit our website at www.womenworldleaders.com to submit a prayer request,  and support the ministry. Don't forget to sign up for a free subscription to our Voice Of Truth Magazine. Check out upcoming events in south Florida. From His heart to yours, we are Women World Leaders. All content is copyrighted by Women World Leaders and cannot be used without express written consent.

    Family Talk on Oneplace.com
    Show Me the Father - II

    Family Talk on Oneplace.com

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 25:55


    According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 19.5 million children, more than 1 in 4, live without a father in the home. When a dad checks out or leaves the home, it's like a bus driver leaving the bus, and the abandoned passengers end up in a ditch. On today's edition of Family Talk, filmmaker and producer, Stephen Kendrick, gives us hope. The film he made with his two brothers titled Show Me the Father, features five true stories of wounded dads and broken homes, and how God stepped in and brought forgiveness and restoration. The solution to America's crippling fatherlessness is to reconnect people to their loving Heavenly Father, and inspire dads to step into their God-given roles, in this moment. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/707/29

    Dr. James Dobson's Family Talk
    Show Me The Father - Part 2

    Dr. James Dobson's Family Talk

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 25:55


    According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 19.5 million children, more than 1 in 4, live without a father in the home. When a dad checks out or leaves the home, it's like a bus driver leaving the bus, and the abandoned passengers end up in a ditch. On today's edition of Family Talk, filmmaker and producer, Stephen Kendrick, gives us hope. The film he made with his two brothers titled "Show Me the Father", features five true stories of wounded dads and broken homes, and how God stepped in and brought forgiveness and restoration. The solution to America's crippling fatherlessness is to reconnect people to their loving Heavenly Father, and inspire dads to step into their God-given roles, in this moment.

    Kerusso Daily Devotional
    A Father Devoted to God

    Kerusso Daily Devotional

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 3:15


    Noah was far from perfect, but he was a humble man, and protective of his family. He stands out among fathers in the Bible as a man who remained loyal to God, in spite of the wickedness of the world around him.   Doesn't that sound a lot like life today? Fathers who choose to follow a life of faith are surrounded by temptation and downright evil in this world, but God is pleased by our devotion, and He has a plan for each of us — even when circumstances are frustrating or difficult.    Genesis 6 verses 5–8 says, “The Lord saw how great the wickedness of the human race had become on the earth, and that every inclination of the thoughts of the human heart was only evil all the time. The Lord regretted that he had made human beings on the earth, and his heart was deeply troubled. So the Lord said, ‘I will wipe from the face of the earth the human race I have created—and with them the animals, the birds and the creatures that move along the ground—for I regret that I have made them.' But Noah found favor in the eyes of the Lord.”   The Bible tells us Noah, father of Shem, Ham, and Japheth, was a righteous man and walked faithfully with God. For this reason, God chose Noah to build an incredible boat – the ark – that would save not only mankind, but every variety of living creature on the earth — from peril.   Sometimes fathers feel like their job is a thankless one. They tackle the honey-do list on weekends, help with dinner, keep the kids in line, and help to wrangle them at bedtime...and they don't hear “thank you,” or “great job,” often enough. But God knows everything you do for your family, from breadwinning to caretaking and everything in between, and He takes delight in your devotion to your family, and to Him.   Deuteronomy 30:2–3 says, “And when you and your children return to the Lord your God and obey him with all your heart and with all your soul according to everything I command you today, then the Lord your God will restore your fortunes and have compassion on you and gather you again from all the nations where he scattered you.”   Modern-day fathers can learn valuable lessons from Noah:   God promises to bless and protect those who faithfully follow and obey him. A man who obeys the Lord will inspire faith in his children as well.    Obedience is not a sprint but a marathon; It means a lifetime of faithful devotion, even (and especially!) when the going gets tough.   Let's pray.   Heavenly Father, Thank you for calling out Noah's faithful obedience to you so many years ago, and for providing for the safety and provision of his entire family when the world had gone astray. Bless every father who hears this message, Lord, that they might grow closer in their walk with you, and inspire their children to follow in their footsteps. Amen.

    Family Talk on Oneplace.com
    Show Me the Father - I

    Family Talk on Oneplace.com

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 25:55


    When Christian filmmaker Stephen Kendrick speaks at a men's conference, he asks, How many of you never heard your father tell you he loved you? Tragically, half the hands go up. On today's edition of Family Talk, Dr. Tim Clinton and Stephen discuss his recent documentary, Show Me the Father, that centers on the impact and influence of dads in the home. Stephen explains that there's a direct connection between a dad's words and the identity in the heart of his child. Stephen insists that it's a game changer when a father loves his child in word and deed, like our Heavenly Father loves us. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/707/29

    Dr. James Dobson's Family Talk
    Show Me The Father - Part 1

    Dr. James Dobson's Family Talk

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 25:55


    When Christian filmmaker Stephen Kendrick speaks at a men's conference, he asks, “How many of you never heard your father tell you he loved you?” Tragically, half the hands go up. On today's edition of Family Talk, Dr. Tim Clinton and Stephen discuss his recent documentary, "Show Me the Father", that centers on the impact and influence of dads in the home. Stephen explains that there's a direct connection between a dad's words and the identity in the heart of his child. Stephen insists that it's a game-changer when a father loves his child in word and deed, like our Heavenly Father loves us.

    Don't Miss This Study
    2 Samuel 5 - 7; 11 - 12; 1 Kings 3; 8; 11

    Don't Miss This Study

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 61:14


    Don't Miss This Podcast Show Notes 2 Samuel 5-7; 11-12; 1 Kings 3; 8; 11 Here is what you have to look forward to this week: The Best Friend Mighty Men and Women That Which Costs Me Nothing Dedicated The Don't Miss This Newsletter including tips for kids, teens, couples and individuals can be found at: www.dontmissthisstudy.com Videos can be found on YouTube: Don't Miss This Emily Belle Freeman Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/emilybellefreeman/ Instagram: @emilybellefreeman David Butler Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mrdavebutler/ Instagram: @mrdavebutler Come, Follow Me is a resource offered by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It is designed to be used in the home to support personal and family scripture study to build faith in Heavenly Father and His plan of salvation and in the Savior Jesus Christ and His Atonement. Come, Follow Me is self-contained and adequate, when used properly. Products and materials designed to supplement this resource, though they may be helpful in some instances, are not necessary for a successful home study program.