Whenever you think of a Dad, you may think of his strength and ability. Dad’s are always there to fix what breaks, build what needs assembled, and if something goes missing he is going to find it! God built ability into the DNA of men, and we see this when He created Adam, put him in the garden, and told him it was his responsibility to care for it. Sometimes men are so busy being strong and able they do their best to never look weak and unable. Its not a matter of being deceptive, but out of a desire to be what he believes others under his care need him to be. How does a man continue to be strong and able, so they can be what God meant for them to be? The answer isn’t difficult to understand, but for many men it is a hard one to implement. When we read our passage in Isaiah we get a few cues from an eagle to see that a man will soar when he allows the Spirit to fill his life.