Father’s Day is coming soon. Personally, I have not seen my biological father myself since I was 5 years old. I do not know him well; I only know that this person was my father. Sadly, my father died of his heart disease with an unknown cause when I was only 19 years old. He was 47 years old; he was too young to die. I was so kind of disappointing, because my mother did not allow me to meet my biological father for some reasons. Wow, my mother did not want me to visit him. If my father was alive today, I could be more grateful to spend more time with him.
Unfortunately, I have no pictures of my father and I. I guess that my mother might keep hiding my father’s pictures somewhere at her house and she does not want me to know who he was. I have no knowledge of whereabouts in my father’s family. I have some tweaking memories of my father in my mind and heart. I am glad that some memories of my father would never be faded.
Even if my father and mother abandon me, the LORD will hold me close.
– Psalm 27:10 (NLT)
… More importantly, I have a good Father today – the Mighty Lord. He is here to take care of me anywhere, any day, and – any minutes. I am aware that God will never leave me, because He loves me and He is still with me no matter where I go…
The Lord is my light and my salvation.
– Psalm 27:1 (NLT)
… I am glad that the Lord knows I am His child. The Lord is always on my side no what happens, because He is a very merciful and forgiving Father…
But the Lord our God is merciful and forgiving, even though we have rebelled against him.
– Daniel 9:9 (NLT)
… I wish that my father could be here today and I could have my chance to share the good news with him about Jesus Christ so he could be saved and the Lord could take him home with him. I could not tell more. But I am certain that my father knew that I loved him as well as he loved me as his only daughter.
If you have lost your father, please remember that your father can never be replaced by anyone in your heart, because he is always with you – in your heart. And if your father is alive today, what would you do with him on Father’s Day?