Psalm 103:13: The Lord is like a father to his children, tender and compassionate to those who fear him.”

God invented fatherhood. He is the Father of fathers.

In my soul-searching teenage years He introduced Himself to me. Because of the absence of a father during my own upbringing I struggled with fatherhood in general. I had not the slightest idea what role a father would play in a family. So, what does it mean to have a Father in Heaven?

Getting to know God, I have been on a road to discovery. He taught me that wounds will heal, they only needed my attention. I used to be the kind of person that liked to ignore pain thinking: “If I ignore it long enough it will go away.” Well, that ain’t the case! A little scratch can develop into a sore. A festering wound ends up poisoning our life. One thing leading to another, we can get so caught up in our own hurt that we are unable to pay attention to anybody else but ourselves. It’s a chain reaction leading up to complete isolation. The way out of this mess is honesty. Say it as it is, don’t sweep issues under the carpet, and don’t act like nothing happened. God taught me to be honest to myself and to others.

To me, God is a relationship giant. He knows people. He knows me. Over the years we’ve developed a special father/daughter bond that makes me happy to think about. As I’m writing about it I become more and more aware what an excellent Father God is.

Every relationship starts somewhere. Mine started with God when I accepted His help. I let Him into my life, and the rest is history. I can highly recommend to any person on this planet to give God a shot. He has His way with people. He will have a way with you.

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