Happy Father’s Day

Here is a poem in honor of Father’s Day. Not only do I appreciate my father for the things he has given me, taught me, and inspired me to do, I want to thank my Heavenly Father for his wonderful love, kindness, protection and his forgiveness. Please show honor to your father during this Father’s Day and let him know that you appreciate him.

My Heavenly Father

God you taught me lots throughout the years,
You held me tight and calmed my fears,
You gave me love more than I can tell,
You raised me up when I fell,
Through your word, you taught me about the Lord,
You supplied all my needs and gave me more,
You gave me things I didn’t deserve,
Even when the Lord, I didn’t serve.
You guarded me, when I was sick,
You healed my body pretty quick,
You kept me safe by setting boundaries for me,
You helped me become all that I could be.
You kept me busy by giving me hard work to do,
So I wouldn’t serve sin, but to you I would stay true,
You taught me to become productive,
So I could have the best life I could live.
You taught me about heaven and hell,
You did so much for me that words cannot tell.
I love you and thank you for all you did,
You loved me even though I was a hardheaded kid,
Because you were always there for me,
You are the best God, that you can be.

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James Niles- My Father

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