Every day is Father's Day, so any day will do,
Let's reclaim those past memories, too.
Well, the poem started out without much help from me. But the "official" Father's Day is past, and Dad's not here. But looking through some old photos was a good excursion into the past. My first thoughts were about him, but later my thoughts were about you -- friends, relatives, readers of this blog. For each of us growing up was a challenge. Then having our own children was another challenge. Now, watching the grandkids growing up. Years do fly by!
The one closing thought is for prayer. No matter who or where you are, pray for better communication with your family. Pray for wisdom, ability, strength.
Our Heavenly Father loves each of us. A personal relationship with Him means we've owned up to our sins and weaknesses, we've asked to be forgiven. Now life has wonderful opportunities, empowered by His Holy Spirit. So celebrate every day in some meaningful way, starting with prayer.
by Elaine Hardt ©2014