This blog was created with the purpose to tell others the work of God in our life. To be able to tell you of the paths that we walk on as we hope to become a family. We know it won't be easy but know it will be worth it. My post come from my heart, they are created out of nowhere with no notes taking, it feels as if God nudges my heart to tell you the words I write. I hope you enjoy it and follow it as we ride this crazy roller coaster called "becoming a family."
Sunday, June 21, 2015
On Fathers Day....
On Fathers day
As I spent sometime this week preparing for today, I
reflected on the many faces of this day, the faces of grief, joy, pain, and
emptiness that this day brings to many. We often overlook what it really means
for those who are experiencing the painful faces of fathers’ day, and we
shouldn’t. I am blessed to have my dad with me only a few minutes car drive
away from my house, who is alive and healthy and who has a relationship with
God (so very thankful for him giving his life to the Lord), or my husband who’s
dad is only a few hours away, but also alive and a strong follower of Christ.
But what about those wake today with great heaviness on their heart, remembering
their father who passed away, or left. Or those who never got the chance to meet
their father, or whose father never cared to have a relationship with them. Or
those who chose to be away from their father because regardless of their
presence they were not the father they were supposed to be and caused them a
lot of pain and suffering. And lastly, (this is for my sweet husband Jason who
I know felt this today more than ever) who so dearly want to become fathers,
who dream of playing catch, or simply, who really do dream of sleepless nights
with a baby by their side to call their own.
Today is particularly painful for us, we (according to what
we thought was our plan and Gods plan) were supposed to be celebrating his
first fathers’ day, but we aren’t. Yet I still choose to celebrate my husband,
and if you are going through something similar to us you should too. Again,
this is only my opinion, but in my heart Jason and all of the fathers who want
to be fathers, and prepare to be one, are just wonderful fathers than any. In
my heart he already is a wonderful loving father, to a child we will one day
get to call ours, regardless of this child looks, gender, or origin, he will
love this little one as his own and be the best father one could ask for; and
in my eyes this disserves celebrating. Because the pain that he has right now,
the sadness, is just due to the great love he already has for this child that
he cannot wait to love, that we know and believe will be with us soon.
I have heard through the years people’s stories about their
upbringing, and their daddy issues, (it seems that we all have some rooted deep
in our past and life) and the big effect that it had in their life, and my own
as well. But during a mission trip I had the opportunity to be part of I
learned the following and hope you can take some from it. Regardless of how wonderful
or bad or fathers were or are, they are not meant to be perfect, nor to please
us. There is only one Father that our hearts so deeply need, a Father that
knows us completely and accept us with our many flaws, a Father that created us
so perfectly, a Father that DOES understand our every need and desire, a Father
that sent His Son to pay the ultimate prize so that we could be adopted into
If you on the other hand have anger towards your father, and
blame him for many things that went wrong in your life, I encourage you to forgive
him (he was never supposed to be perfect), and instead focus on your heavenly
father, who will not disappoint you, leave you or forsake you!
Jason and his dad
---I don’t know you but knowing that the creator of the
universe, and everything that is in it loves me like no other never ceases to
amaze me.--- And know that Jason even though he has a wonderful father here on
earth, also looks up to his father in heaven for guidance, love and
understanding, and so can you and I. what better example to follow than the one
that He has laid out for us through scripture? What greater love to show to our
children then the Heavenly Fathers love?
Wherever you fit in this description with your father today,
know that our heavenly Father, our “Abba”, our Daddy, loves you so completely,
so entirely and wants a deep and close relationship with you. I never
experienced such true love until I found Him.
My dad and sister Maria
I hope you can join me today and pray for those who have
lost their children, and this day brings suffering, for those who have lost
their father and miss them so much, And those who hurt a strange sense of loss
for the child you haven’t lost but cant have, NEVER lose Hope…
To all of those who don’t have a father to call their own,
look up to the one in heaven who already knows you and loves you so very much!
So to all of the daddy’s on the world, Happy fathers day, to
all the daddy’s at heart (you my love) Happy Fathers day to be J.