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Happy Fathers Day in Heaven
by Joyce Reed
06/09/06
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I read some of the writings on fatherís day on FW. I donít know how it feels to wish your dad a Happy Fatherís Day. I always wanted my dad to hold my finger and make me walk. I wanted him to listen to my talks. I always wanted to play with my dad like my neighbors. But though staying under one roof, he always was far away from me.

I remember myself putting my head in my tummy and weeping in my soul, when I was pushed out of the circle of love for my siblings. I longed for his attention but he didnít care for Iím dark in complexion unlike my siblings. My mother loved me though, or may be she had to.

My Grampa loved me a lot and he fulfilled my desire to have a loving, kind Father. He used to speak to me for hours in his rest chair at the corridor. He used to teach me lessons of life and how to respect our Father Almighty. I just lost him last year, but I have a hope to meet him again in my Lordís Kingdom.

I donít know how it feels to hold on to your decisions until dad comes by. But I know how to trust the decisions of my Father in Heaven for my life. I donít have any hatred for him, but at times my heart aches to know that he is still away from my Father in Heaven. I know my Father in Heaven loves me and cares for me. His hands have protected me thus far and I trust in Him for all. He holds my hand and teaches me to walk this journey of life till the time I return Home. And then Iíll see His glory. I know Iíll fall at His feet and cry a lot to empty the pain in my heart. I know He will hold me in His arms and give me peace.

I want to thank Him openly today for giving a loving Grampa to me. I also want to thank Him more and more for His unconditional love for me.

Happy Fatherís Day Grampa!

Happy Fatherís Day to the King who sits on the throne in Heaven!

Only,
Joy


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Patricia Backora 12 Jun 2006
What a precious, heartfelt piece! Truly God sees your need and finds wonderful ways to meet it Himself!
jared broach 12 Jun 2006
Our Father in Heaven is Omniscient. He is Omnipotent. He is Omnipresent. His all knowing, all powerful, and always present stature shows us that even our enemies are but tools used to bring us closer to God. The ones who tried to hurt us, tried to kill us, didn't know that it would awaken something in us ONLY God could have placed inside us. That Christ Love will change the world. God bless you NOW and FOREVER...Amen
Julie Pisacane 11 Jun 2006
I was blessed reading this . Thank you for writing and sharing this tender piece. Yours In Christ, Julie




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