Saturday, June 15, 2019

Abba Father...

This Sunday we celebrate Father's Day.  No earthly father is perfect, but some people are blessed to have a father who lovingly tried his best to be a good dad. There are many others who had a father who failed them, who left them, who hurt them, and for them Father's Day may be difficult.  If you grew up with a loving father, thank God and remember to tell your dad how much you appreciate him. If your father failed you in some way, I pray that you will allow God to take you through the process of forgiveness and healing. (If you're interested, here's the story of my journey of forgiveness  towards my dad. Click here for part one  part two  part three)

(Join me for the rest of this post on Sunday, June 16th, at Woman to Woman Ministries, where each Sunday I share a bit of Sunday Soul Food!)

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  1. Hope all have a Blessed Father's Day celebration at your house and great week ahead. I wasn't really blessed with a good Dad, but as I aged, I understood the reasons that he couldn't. My Mom actually did the role of both parent for me and my sisters. But I am thankful that the man I married was a wonderful Dad to our children, and they appreciated him so much. :)

    1. That is much like my experience as well. I imagine that this first Father’s Day without your husband is a hard one for you and your. children.


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