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5 Biblical principles for husbands to level up your game

Being a man according to biblical principles is not just about being able to bench press a car or having a six-pack even though there is nothing wrong with that. but its more about a set of characteristics and behaviors that reflect godliness and integrity, and maybe even a sense of humour. Here are five biblical principles that can guide men in their journey of becoming the best versions of themselves.

  1. Pursuit of Wisdom: Proverbs 4:7 says, "The beginning of wisdom is this: Get wisdom. Though it cost all you have, get understanding." As men, we are called to seek wisdom and understanding, not just in our own lives, but in the world around us. This means being open to learning and growing, and being willing to admit when we don't know something. It also means seeking out godly counsel and being willing to listen to the wisdom of others. Just don't let it go to your head, or you'll start thinking you're smarter than Siri.

  2. Servanthood: Jesus himself modeled the principle of servanthood by washing his disciples' feet (John 13:1-17). As men, we are called to serve others, putting their needs before our own. This means being willing to sacrifice for the good of others and to lead by example, rather than expecting to be served.

  3. Self-Control: Galatians 5:22-23 lists self-control as one of the fruits of the Spirit. Men are called to exercise self-control in all areas of their lives, from their thoughts and actions to their words and emotions. This means resisting temptations and being able to control our anger and pride. Maybe even being able to offer a softer answer instead of unleashing wrath.

  4. Integrity: Proverbs 20:7 says, "The righteous man leads a blameless life; blessed are his children after him." Men are called to be men of integrity, living a life that is above reproach. This means being honest, keeping our word, and being consistent in our actions. It also means being accountable for our mistakes and taking responsibility for our actions. Even the ones no one else may see.

  5. Leadership: 1 Timothy 3:1-7 describes the characteristics of a godly leader, emphasizing the importance of humility and self-control. As men, we are called to lead our families, our communities, and even our workplaces with integrity, wisdom, and servant leadership. This means being willing to take initiative, make difficult decisions, and to be a positive example or even an inspiration for others.

In conclusion, being a man according to biblical principles is a lifelong journey that requires us to constantly strive for wisdom, servanthood, self-control, integrity, and leadership. It requires us to be constantly growing and learning, and to be willing to put the needs of others before our own. With God's help, we can all become the men that He created us to be.

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