Thursday, March 27, 2008

Devoted Dads!

How sweet is the lovely contrast of a delicate infant and the arms of a strong man? Some times Fathers get, what seems to be, too little respect for the role that they play in families. While scrolling through pictures this morning looking for something to share with you I came across this series of photos that just melted my heart and made me think about how I praise God for Fathers that so unselfishly provide for their families, not only material necessities but real hands on help at home to the people that they love.

In Jesus name I pray dear heavenly Father that you would hear our prayers for blessings on all the Fathers of the world that give so much to their families that enable them to live beautiful lives of service to you. All glory and honor are yours.

From all of the above service and so much more,

You get this sweet picture of a happy little family.

Thank you John, Dad, Bernie, Aaron, and Doug for all that you do for your families that so often goes unmentioned. Your unselfish devotion to your homes and families is a shining example to the younger ones coming up. To all the rest of you Dad's out there ~ Blessing to all of you from all of your Wives and Daughters!

9 comments:

  1. What a sweet post!
    xoxo,
    Mary

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  2. Here's to those dads and all others. Doug has been absolutely wonderful with the new baby and I appreciate and respect him for that. Nice tribute mom!

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  3. Such a sweet post. Dads do make a difference and it's such a lovely picture.
    Dy

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  4. Amen....I am lucky to be married to a wonderful man who was a great father to our 4 boys...
    Penny

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  5. Anonymous9:24 PM

    Lovely Sue...

    Kathy :)

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  6. Those are such sweet pictures! It's really warming to the heart :)

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  7. Beautiful post. How lucky all you grandkis are to have such hand on dads!

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  8. What a great post - I love it.

    Heather

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Hugs,
Sue