Friday, October 03, 2008

raising sons that will be men

Every father leaves a legacy behind. I am thankful for my dad, who never failed to show me, tell me, and hug me - all to say he loves me. Still to this day, I can count on him for those same things. Imperfect he is -- and so am I, but now as a father, I can see through eyes of grace, how in our weaknesses and shortcomings, 
God's perfect fatherhood shines through. 

For my sons, I know one the greatest legacies I can leave them -- is that they are convinced they are loved by the Perfect Father, by way of an imperfect father who knows the difference. 
These sons will be men one day who will know grace, love, and honor. 

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