As I was praying this morning, I felt God telling me that some fathers don’t care enough whether their children care for anyone. Caring is the foundation of loving. You can’t love if you don’t care.
We should ask our children and ourselves, who or what do you care for? Who or what do you take care of? The higher the degree of caring, the better they will love. This plants the seeds of being loving adults; replacing selfishness with love at an early age.
Fathers, we should encourage our children to take care of someone occasionally in order to introduce them to the joy of loving others. Doing so, we foster love for generations to come.