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Summary: This is a Father’s Day message that takes a look at three primary characteristics that men, if they are to men of God, need to have as part of their character.

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The Man of God: A Biblical Portrait

Ezekiel 22:30

I. The Man of God Is a Man of Integrity

“He who walks with integrity walks securely…” – Proverbs 10:9

A. He has integrity in His family

1. His wife can trust him

2. His children respect him

3. His family can depend on him

B. He has integrity in the church

1. Integrity in his commitment

2. Integrity in his service

C. He has integrity in the world

1. Integrity in business dealings

2. Integrity in his work ethic

II. The man of God is a Man of Love

“And walk in love, as Christ also has loved us…” – Ephesians 5:2a

A. The man of God should love his wife

“Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ loved the church…” Eph. 5:25

1. Even when she is unlovely

2. By looking out for best interest

3. By being an encourager Eph. 5:28-29

B. The man of God should love His children

“An you fathers do not provoke your children to wrath, but bring them up in the training and admonition of the Lord.” – Eph. 6:4

1. Show your love by loving their mother

2. Show your love by verbalizing it

3. Show your love by your example (Proverbs 20:7)

C. The man of God should love the things of God

“Abhor what is evil. Cling to that which is good.” – Romans 12:9

III. The Man of God is a Man Who Stands

A. A man who stands up in his faith

1. His saving faith in Christ

2. His believing faith in God

B. A man who stands up for morality

“So I sought for a man among them who would make a wall and stand in the gap….” – Ezekiel 22:30

C. A man who stands up in service

1. The man of God serves by leading his family

2. The man of God serves by service in the church

3. The man of God serves out of a love for God


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