“Honor your father and mother” (this is the first commandment with a promise), Ephesians 6:2
We didn’t see as much turnout for Fathers that we did for Mother’s day but it was still a wonderful time. For some folks, honoring dad on Father’s day is sharing a good steak he cooks on the grill. For others spending time with dad could mean a trip to a restaurant or an afternoon out on the boat. But Father’s Day at Sunshine Christian Home means we drive by with signs, balloons and smiles and try to give them Father’s Day love from a distance. This year we can all honor fathers; whether our own or the fathers who have no one left to remember them. God sees; God remembers and God promises a blessing. Are you ready to be blessed?
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Thank you honoring fathers who have no one left to remember them. My own father died in 2007, but i can find a father somewhere to thank. I appreciate the reminder.
Yeah Dave I’m in the same boat. My dad was my best friend but he is now with the Lord since 2010 and each year I miss hearing his voice.
I miss my dad’s voice of wisdom, but also his firm handshake. Thankfully, I can usually come up with what he would have said in any situation.
So very true.
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