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.
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…
little-infinite-constellations said: It’s great to have your own opinion but I don’t agree that you can say that how others choose to connect with God is disrespectful. Be happy that others are in a fatherly relationship with their heavenly father.
tothefountain said: I think it depends on the way He comes to us (Lion or Lamb)
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.
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!!