This is not the case at all!
A man always gains great satisfaction from doing the best he can by working and helping to provide for his family. A man knows that his physical presence in the family, however this is accomplished, is so very essential. Yes while “money cures all things” (Ecclesiastes 10:19) brothers we must always strive to be able to answer “Present and Participating!” when God asks us “where are you?” (Genesis 3:9)
A man places all his faith in God, trusting that God will always lead him.
A man will embrace other men, women, boys and girls and embrace them in a wholesome, encouraging, supportive and nurturing manner. He can and will be able to say, “I love you!”
“But Brother Mike, I don’t really know how to be a man because I had no man to show me, to teach me, to love me.”
Here is what I say to you: Seek God.
“Yet to all who received him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become the sons of God.” (St. John 1:12)
Also seek mentors who understand the charge Paul gave to Timothy: “And the things that thou hast heard of me among many witnesses, the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also.” (2 Timothy 2:2)
Then you do the same for other males desiring to learn how to become men!
Peace with justice, be blessed real good, attend worship this week, and families matter.