Barrack Obama, Your Kids & Your Dinner Table
Most of the time, when we gather around the dinner table, my daughter always asks me to tell her a story.
In our home, all of us sit together for dinner. (Well, we try.)
My mom who lives with us loves to tell stories on the kind of pranks I did while I was young.
My children loves that and most of the time use it to make fun of me.
I always want to share how God answered my prayers at some of the most critical times.
God has always been faithful to His words and especially to the ones He promised on the day we got married. I call them the bedrock of my marriage. (That's another story for another time.)
I know you are itching to know what Obama had to do with today's post.
Well, in 2012, he was asked what his biggest mistake in the first few years into his office :
Here' what Obama said:
“I didn't tell enough stories. The nature of this office is also to tell a story to the American people, that gives them a sense of unity and purpose and optimism, especially during tough times. [?] In my first two years I think the notion was, ?Well, he?s been juggling and managing a lot of stuff, but where?s the story that tells us where he?s going??
I have shared a few of the beautiful ways God came through for me and for sure it did make an impact on my daughter.
The other day she asked me to buy her ice-cream.
I told her that now being corona times, I don't want her to catch cold.
The very next day, a friend visited us and guess what he brought home?
Yes, you're right. Two tubs of her favorite ice-cream.
I just can't forget the way she made faces to me that God answered her prayers.
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PS: It all starts with us, fathers first. When we take the authority God gave us, then God leads us the right way.
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