Father’s Day Devotional June 18th, 2017

Ode to Fathers:

Proverbs 4:1-2:  “Listen, my sons, to a father’s instruction; pay attention and gain understanding.  I give you sound learning, so do not forsake my teaching.”

Hug your dad today, tomorrow, and every chance you get.  The sacrifices they made/make for their children every day is infinite and beyond words.  One of God’s greatest gifts to us:  Mom and Dad.

Happy Father’s Day!!

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2 comments on “Father’s Day Devotional June 18th, 2017

  1. Lissette says:

    Search me, O God, for I need your purifying presence. Search me, O God, for I want you to set the course and the destination of my life.

    Give me faith, O Lord, during the times I’m weary, discouraged, and beaten down. Inspire me to trust in your great promises. Please give me courage, O Lord, when my faith wavers. Help me obey your word no matter how challenging it may seem or how discouraged I feel.

    Thank you, Father, that my life and my future are in your hands. Forgive me for the times that my plans are too full of myself and not consciously dependent upon you. Thank you for rescuing me from the messes I have made because of my failed plans built around my own foolish arrogance. I gladly place my life, and my future in submission to your will. plans,

  2. Ann says:

    Father’s Day has always been a rough one for me. Didn’t have a very good example of a Father. Have depended on my Heavenly Father to be my father as my earthly one continued to fail me. I am so blessed to have a husband and 2 sons that are wonderful fathers and teach their children about their Heavenly Father.

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