A man of God protects his loved ones in prayer and in body. He is a rock to build upon in his family. He doesn't mind giving up his own food and comforts so that his family is fed, has an education, and a safe place to sleep. He knows how to value time with his loved ones over the time he spends at work. At his workplace he considers it a service, and he enjoys his service so much that it feels like play to him. For some they love their work not so much for what they do, but for what it gives to him to bring food, shelter, and education, and prayer time to his loved ones. He leads by example and his honest, in his prayer life. He reads and leads the prayer time daily before bedtime and always makes time for grace before meals. He does not drink or eat anything to forget his actions. He learns from his best and worst choices in life. A man of god calls upon Jesus when he needs a shield, and he uses the word of God as it is stronger than any weapon aimed by a person at him or his loved ones. He is willing to sacrifice his body and put himself in harm's way to protect a neighbor if he doesn't know their name yet. For he would expect the same of other men if his loved ones were in danger when he is not present physically. He does God's will and says FIAT to any service asked of him by God the Father. He does not judge anyone else's lifestyle, but he does advise his loved ones and is aware of his family history and guides them towards the faith, politics, and beliefs that have protected their family for generations. He is brave and relies on God's will and has a relationship with God the father that supercedes anything or anyone on earth. He prays before even breathing or moving any muscle or doing any actions or saying any sound or word, because without preparing in prayer first the battle is already lost. He gives credit to his teammates in victory and recognizes their contribution and accepts the responsiblity whenever his team fails. Lastly he does not disparage or tear people down, or discipline them in front of the group: rather he pulls them aside one on one and counsels and corrects them in a sincere and earnest way without making the person feel embarrassed or defensive. He finds beauty not on the exterior or the bank account, or any of the world's view. He finds beauty in the prayerful ways a brother or sister in christ serves their neighbors in a group setting. We are all part of God's family as a family of human beings, and if we pray for redemption for each other as well as seek confession and penance for ourselves we all will have the ability to raise our family tree from the beginning of time to infinitum even if we never thought it possible. With God anything can happen, so pray for miracles. Praying for what we already know how to do is a waste of time: just go do it. But praying in a group for a miracle or an act of god like bringing Jesus, Mary and God the Father back to earth to play and dance with us would be something only God could do. Ask and pray for miracles, and if its FIAT God will bring it to you.