Father’s Day Quote – Bible

It's the Women, Not the Men!

Father's Day without Dad“He will turn the hearts of the fathers to their children, and the hearts of the children to their fathers; or else I will come and strike the land with a curse.”

Malachi 4:6

Father Neglected by His Children on Father's Day Father Neglected by His Children on Father’s Day

Beware! Although this verse refers to the final judgement day it could just as easily explain the existence of the millions of dysfunctional, fatherless families in America – as fathers turn from their children and children turn from their fathers. Simply put, they have been cursed. kqd

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3 thoughts on “Father’s Day Quote – Bible

  1. Beautiful post and wise quotes over here,
    Thank you very much for sharing,
    Best wishes ad I hope you have a Wonderful weekend ahead,
    Aquileana 😀

  2. Thank you for the reblog. We must continually pray for God’s grace to return lost fathers to their lost children. Only then will the chaos cease.

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