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Why Do We Call God “Father”? This is a question that demands an articulate biblical answer—particularly in this day and age. The first and most obvious reason we call Him “Father” is because that is what He wants to be called. The first person of the Trinity has many names—Almighty One, Creator, Most High, Holy Holy Holy, the Rock, the Great I Am. ” Jesus used the word “Father” more than any other description or name for God. And He taught us to address God in the same way: “Our Father who art in heaven .

Form and beauty are two things that our culture esteems and pursues with fervor; yet God exposes our pursuit of the perfect figure and beauty to be idolatrous. A survey of physically beautiful women in the Bible confirms the truth of Proverbs. Physical beauty is more often associated with trouble and temptation than with blessing and goodness. You will find many stories in the Old Testament of lying, cheating, stealing, murder, adultery, and idol-worship, all linked to the physical beauty of women.

And He leads us to the Father. Consider what He said in John 14:6—“I am the way . . ” Jesus is not our destination. Jesus is “the way”— the portal. He is the way to the Father’s heart. When we come to Christ, we are ushered into the Father’s presence. According to Jesus, knowing the Father and Son is the essence of what it means to have eternal life. Jesus said, “This is eternal life: that they may know you [Father], the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom you have sent” (John 17:3). Jesus was consumed with thoughts of the Father.

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