This month is Father’s Day for those of us in the US. It’s a day to honor all the wonderful dads out there. Of course, you may or may not have had a good relationship with your dad. 

You may have good, warm memories or poor or no memories. But as a child of God, He is your Father. That means You have a Heavenly Father who loves you fiercely. He calls you His own and delightfully talks about you to His angels.

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Regardless of your relationship with your earthly dad, you can honor your Heavenly Father with your chosen words. 

I invite you to follow or pin this June Bible reading plan. 1 & 2 Kings and the book of Acts showcase how our words impact both our own lives and the lives of future generations. 

     

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Here’s to speaking life over yourself and others.

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4 Comments

  1. I loved the headline of this post! My earthly father has been gone since I was 13, but I maintain respect for the memories I do have, and of course my heavenly father. Thank you for this great reminder to carry honor in your heart.

    1. You are so welcome sweet friend.

  2. Thank you Paula, for reminding us where honor begins. We certainly can honor God regardless of our earthly relationships.

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