It’s Father’s Day 2020. My earthly dad went on to glory Christmas Eve of 2014. It is one of the best memories of my life. Because he was a follower of Jesus, death had no sting. Those of us present at his passing were able to sing sacred Christmas carols to him. We had the strength that assurance brings when one knows a loved one has eternal life with Jesus.
Remembering my dad is pleasant, but my relationship with my heavenly Father is a daily and eternal joy. And that’s the way my dad would like it. So sometimes on Father’s Day, I write a letter to my heavenly Father, the One who saved my soul. Have you ever done this? If you know God through Jesus His Son, then you know what a close relationship you can have with Him. If you have time today for some solitude, consider writing a letter to Him. Here are some ways to get started.
- Read some chapters in Psalms with worship as their theme and spend time thanking and praising the Lord for who He is and what a good heavenly Father He is to you.
- Find some songs from your playlists or search for some on Youtube about our Father. Selah has a song entitled, “How deep the Father’s love for us.” Amy Grant, “My Father’s Eyes,” and Chris Tomlin’s “Good Good Father” are just a few.
- Find a notebook and start writing. Thank Him for all you’ve been reminded of about Him in the Psalms and your songs.
- Make it personal. Thank Him for everyday rescues, interventions, and solutions He brought to your mind. Thank Him for His faithfulness and His daily provision.
- Lastly, thank Him for saving your soul. Thank Him for the cross. Thank Him for the promise of His presence through life. Thank Him for His goodness. Thank Him for His care. Thank Him for your heavenly home being made for you.
My dad knew the One who’d saved his soul. The song, “Because He lives” was a favorite of his. My dad was sure of his destination, and this assurance gave him hope on this earth.
No matter who your earthly Father was or is, if you are a follower of Jesus, you have a relationship with an all-knowing, loving, and gracious heavenly Father. He will love to receive your letter.
Happy Father’s Day.
Has this world been so kind to you that you should leave with regret? There are better things ahead than any we leave behind. C.S. Lewis
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4 thoughts on “How you can write your Heavenly Father”
Thank u Mrs Valerie for some of us our earthly father puts a bad taste in our mouth or even brings back horrible memories, but now that I know Christ and how much he truly loves me Father’s Day has a whole new meaning!!!
Shonnon, it’s wonderful to have our Heavenly Father to rely on and make new memories.
That was lovely, Valerie. By God’s grace, I too have many happy memories of our earthly Father. But, the Father I go to daily and from whom I receive courage and strength is my heavenly Father. He never fails His children!
I know it. All those who follow Jesus must learn to trust Him, just like the old hymn says. Thanks for reading!
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