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    « How's Your Prayer Life? | Main | A Gift Unreceived »

    June 14, 2007

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    bree

    Danny,
    That letter was ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL! You penned your Dad's testimony in the most AWESOME way and I am SURE his heart flooded with joy to read it. God gave you a talent Danny....WOW! This was absolutely, positively moving.
    Thanks...I so enjoy your blogs!
    bree

    Linda J. Barbour

    Danny,

    I was so moved by your letter to your dad. I too have a great daddy and I try to let him know I love him and what he means to me as often as I can.

    I can just see the guy in Wal Mart looking at the Father's Day cards and trying to choose just the right one. I can only imagine how much that must have created pain for you. My mom and dad both have lost their parents and my husband, Jim, has lost his father also. I am sure it makes for an emotional time for you.

    Since you have two young children, you are happy to be celebrating "Your Father's Day", but in the same moment, you must be experiencing many emotions caused by the loss of your earthly father. But aren't we gratful that we have a loving and kind Heavenly Father that will always be there for us when we need Him?

    I will be praying for you this Sunday that you will feel the love from your family and that when you are remembering your father, you will smile and have those wonderful memories of him in front of you.

    You are a special person Danny, and I pray God will bless your family even more than He already has.

    I enjoy working with you and I see wonderful traits in you, your work ethics and your personality; that now I know your dad help to form. Good for him!

    Linda

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