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Unpopular Opinion.

It really bugs me when people call God, “daddy.” Just, no that’s weird. I feel like it takes away from His majesty with referring to Him as that. God is our Heavenly Father, not daddy. 


Posted 1 year ago with 74 Notes

  1. michellefwhite reblogged this from bethanyxwhite
  2. every-whisper-in-the-dark reblogged this from godmoves
  3. flyawayace reblogged this from godmoves
  4. renaiss8ncegirl said: I totally get what your saying! I think its just a way for some ppl 2 connect intimately with God, to know that he’s that close we can call him daddy. I tried it, felt weird to me too lol, but for some ppl it helps I guess.
  5. faythwalker said: In its most literal translation Abba means “daddy” more than Father. It would be an expression a 6 year old might say when running to see their father coming in from the fields after a day’s work. God’s majesty is shown in many of His names, but his proximity to us in love…
  6. awalkingrevival reblogged this from ohnomycabbages and added:
    This.
  7. dismantlerepaired said: BAHAHAHAHA I thought I was the only one who had a hard time with this.
  8. radicalisamor reblogged this from myhopeisjesus
  9. unfailing---love reblogged this from godmoves
  10. possibilityisinherhands reblogged this from godmoves
  11. tehtruthresistssimplicity reblogged this from godmoves and added:
    What about Abba? That’s the same type of thing.
  12. thewordofthelivinggod reblogged this from byhis-stripes
  13. thewiseofheart reblogged this from mckenziekatherine and added:
    ^yes
  14. elleinwonderland said: Sorry to copy all the other commenters who have agreed that it’s unpopular, but seriously, what I call God is between me, and Him. Other people don’t get a say.
  15. burn-the-ship reblogged this from godmoves
  16. tothefountain said: I think it depends on the way He comes to us (Lion or Lamb)
  17. living-loved said: That’s why many of the people were surprised when Jesus used “abba” because it wasn’t like Father or “Heavenly Father,” instead it was like saying “daddy” or even “dada.” I think it just shows how personal we can be with God honestly.
  18. joyseph said: I’ve never heard anyone call Him ‘daddy.’ That just sounds so creepy, never mind arguments about being respectful or not! Haha it’s just weird!!
  19. mckenziekatherine reblogged this from myhopeisjesus and added:
    Well no wonder that’s unpopular. God is a personal God. Yes, He is majestic, but He is also a loving father to His...
  20. darnellclayton said: Abba=Daddy/Father in Hebrew. See Romans 14:26 or Galatians 14:26 Honestly it doesn’t matter if it bothers us. The question is does it bother God? From what I can gather, “No.”
  21. byhis-stripes said: finally, someone who understands me!
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