Father’s Day

I am not the greatest writer. I already know this 🙂  However, I do know about the greatest story ever told.

Good day to everyone,
It has been a while since I have written anything.   I would like to start by saying that you are important and have a destiny. I want to encourage you to embrace the fact that you are important. I know this, because I understand that Jesus died for you. Not only did He die, but rose again. 1 Peter 5:4 And when the chief Shepherd shall appear, ye shall receive a crown of glory that fadeth not away. (sounds like this includes all that are born again) Many churches still emphasize, being born again is necessary to mention. If not, read John 3:3.

Tomorrow is set aside to take a little time to show appreciation to our father. There are several characteristics to a good father. Many struggle with the raising of children. Maybe a few words of encouragement would be in order?

Let’s take some time to encourage young and older dad parents. It seems that encouragement is somewhat like a fire. When you put more into the fire, you get more out. Even when you refuse to encourage yourself, the intensity of light goes down. Take a little time and share some encouragement to your dad and young parents. They have a tough job.

I would like to give a suggestion to all parents. Take your children to church. Many may send their children to church, but it is not the same as taking them. Help them receive the greatest gift given to planet earth.

If you have had issues with your dad in the past, look really hard and see if there is anything good you can find. Surely there is one or two? Let the good be known.

If your dad has grown old and feeble, comfort him. He does not want it to be this way. You may be the key to changing some things for him. You may be the only prayer that is going up for his healing.
If your dad has already left earth, maybe you can ask God to deliver a message to him for you. Tell him you still love him and all is well. How much would it mean to you to be away from your family and friends and God deliver you a message that reads “All is well here at home, thanks, signed, YOUR FAMILY.”

I leave you with a scripture to think about and apply to your friends and family. Proverbs 18:24 A man that hath friends must shew himself friendly: and there is a friend that sticketh closer than a brother. Find this friend and have a conversation with him, it will be priceless!

Have a passion for what you do and whatever you are involved. Jesus loves YOU!

Pray for your friends, family, and country. Consider me as your friend and let’s pray for one another.

May God bless and keep us safe,
Pastor Dan

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