Godly Men Have a Vision for Life

In Daily Devotional, Life Issues, Masculinity by Mauricio Rosa

Theme of the Week: Godly Men Have A Vision for Life

Bible Verse: “Be watchful, stand firm in the faith, act like men, be strong. Let all that you do be done in love.” 1 Corinthians 16:13-14 ESV

Scripture Reading: 1 Corinthians 16:12-18

I love how the Apostle Paul is direct and to-the-point when talking to the men in the church of Corinth. Note that there is no “fluff,” but Paul commands them to be watchful, stand firm, act like a man and be strong.

In my “man-head,” I want to know why and how to do it. Like in Corinth, where there is sin, and that is everywhere, there is the danger and the need to be watchful, stand firm, act like a man and be strong. Opposition is inevitable. We have two great enemies, the devil, our accuser, our adversary. We have ourselves, our sinful nature contending against us.

Being a godly man demands pro-action more than re-action.

This week we will explore the value and importance of having a vision for our lives. To be proactive is to plan, have a vision, a goal to reach, and look back. This week we will talk about:

  • Boys are shortsighted. Men play the long game.
  • Boys live for today, Men think long term.
  • Boys drift. Men focus.

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Mauricio Rosa
Mauricio Rosa serves as the Content Manager for Impactus | Promise Keepers Canada. He lives in Calgary where he has been involved in his own local church, including helping to plant a church, serving as an elder and giving leadership, preaching, and teaching. He is married to Christin and together they have three children.
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Mauricio Rosa
Mauricio Rosa serves as the Content Manager for Impactus | Promise Keepers Canada. He lives in Calgary where he has been involved in his own local church, including helping to plant a church, serving as an elder and giving leadership, preaching, and teaching. He is married to Christin and together they have three children.