Regardless of your party affiliation, I think we can all agree that last night's presidential debate was leaps and bounds more constructive than the first one. And I have no doubt that we all believe
The mischaracterizations have become so prevalent that biblical manhood is now described as "toxic masculinity." Any signs of a man publicly loving Jesus, defending life, believing in the sanctity of marriage, or preserving the values our nation was founded upon are virulently mocked and rejected. How dare we be as God designed us!
There are few things Satan hates more than God's man. God's man loves Jesus, his wife, his children, and his church. God's man seeks to please the Lord daily and do His will. A godly man has a big bullseye painted on his chest at which Satan takes aim!
One of Satan's greatest weapons against God's man is ridicule. Men have been so beaten down that they fear publicly displaying godliness. However, God tells us (Joshua 1:1-9) to be strong and very courageous.
Becoming God's man is not a destination, it is a journey. Godly manhood is a joyful quest, but at times traveling "the middle mile" can become dreary. Do not give up! It is on this road that a man's character is fashioned. If you become a weary traveler, then call out to God.
God is never too far that He will not hear us cry out to Him. Men of God must never forget that truth. God's man cannot allow his pride to keep him from acknowledging his weakness and need for the Heavenly Father's strength.
Jesus Christ is our model for manhood. He is looking for godly men to stand in for Him until He returns. So, men, stand firm!
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On this broadcast, David Jeffers talks about the lessons God taught him through a tumultuous divorce and the painful loss of his son.
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Amazon best-selling author David Jeffers is a Sunday School Teacher, Bible student, and lay preacher. David graduated magna cum laude from Liberty University with a bachelor's degree in religion. David received cum laude honors at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary with a M.A. in Theological Studies. He is a retired Army Master Sergeant and his 22 years of active duty not only allowed him to travel the world, but to also adopt a worldview based on biblical principles and life experiences. David has published numerous articles on The New Media Journal and American Thinker and appears regularly on talk radio shows around the country. Learn more about David Jeffers.