A Note From
It's definitely not Father's Day, but this morning, I was thinking about being a father.
I have three children and they're all wonderful to me. Each one is extremely different in their own special way.
As they were growing up, different stages of their growth required different demands. I have learned that regardless of their age, my heart is to be there for them and help with the many details of this life.
Decisions, finances, relationships, future, safety and even all the "handyman"kind of stuff. I'm (generally) always looking, watching, caring, loving and helping.
Regardless of their emotions, questions, habits or propensities, my heart is for their success and well-being.
It's interesting, nothing could ever really change that. I have certainly had my times of frustrations and, well, exhaustion, but it doesn't negate or diminish the deep desire to just ...be there.
Now here's what's really cool, it PALES in comparison to the love of our heavenly father.
No bad days for him, or getting it wrong. No harsh words or lack. He's the daddy of all dad's.
It simply just makes me WANT to trust him more. 🙂
"Though my father and mother for sake me, the Lord will receive me.