Devotions from Judy’s heart
This is the first Father’s Day that I am “fatherless”, as my 100 year old dad went home to the Lord at Christmas time. But because of his unconditional love and care for me throughout the years, I am left with a positive picture of my Heavenly Father whose love is not based on my performance. There are so many scriptures of how He is a Father to the fatherless ( Ps. 68:5) and how He willingly receives us as His sons and daughters. ( II Cor 6:18). Even when He disciplines us it is for our good that we can share in His holiness. ( Heb 12:10). Yes, I miss my dad, but I know my Heavenly Father is with me always and loves me perfectly and completely. Someday my dad and I will united again and together worship our Heavenly Father together around the thrown.