Come on, Big Daddy, it's your Big Day, you deserve to be happy.
You may have felt down, disappointed, depressed, left out, frustrated, misunderstood, sad and lonely sometimes, hope not henpecked though, lol, but is this not about the realities of life?
And if you feel happy about life then let's go enjoy with our love ones.
"Life is what we make it," ain't this so? Or is this really far from the truth?
Don't worry too much if you feel down sometimes, you're not alone ... but ... do you really think drooping down, sulking, blaming or bothering yourself about your problem is the answer?
Hey brother, Jesus in me loves you and our loving God the Father, the Biggest Daddy of them all wants to show you how He loves you too and in Jesus, His Son, Our Savior and Redeemer, you are saved, just have faith and trust in him.
If you already believe in this, then you know how beautiful life truly is just counting our blessings while we follow Christ Jesus with our love ones.
With his love and in his love we are made whole and complete.
And sharing the love for each other in the family makes as healthy too, that's right, away from illness, as our immune system is more enhanced with harmony in ourselves and with those around us. Many scientific researches have attested to this including that of Dr. Louis Ignarro, famed author of the best selling book "NO More Heart Disease," and the 1998 recipient of the Nobel Prize for Medicine.
As in 1 Thessalonians 5:16-17, "Be joyful always; Pray continually; and give thanks in all circumstances for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus."
Watch this inspiring video as a Happy Father's Day greeting for you from Special Day e-cards.
Think about our Big Daddy in God through Jesus keeping us in his flock and within track.
Don't you think you always wish you were like Big Daddy too guiding your spouse and children the way Jesus has shown his unconditional love for us, ever understanding, ever forgiving and merciful, ever assertive in his ways while teaching us the truth and power in his words that we may learn love of neighbors and receive his grace with theological virtues of love and charity, faith and hope, as well as the 4 cardinal virtues, of patience, courage and fortitude, restraint or temperance, truth/integrity and justice?
Christianity begins at home and in 1 Timothy 3:1-5, St. Paul defines the overseer as the "husband of but one wife, temperate, self-controlled, respectable, hospitable, able to teach, not given to drunkenness, not violent but gentle, not quarrelsome, not a lover of money. He must manage his family well and see that his children obey him with proper respect.”
And before you became a daddy, let's go back bit and be reminded of the days when you used to court mommy, and of course, during your memorable wedding day, when you used to be a true gentleman dressed to the hilt whispering sweet nothings to your 'inamorata'?
Now that you are a daddy, don't you think your kids, not only your spouse, also want to see you as sweet as chocolate candy or strawberry shortcake with each other?
Watch this fun video on funniest stuff from our link while you reminisce those beautiful days of the past on "The Coolest Wedding Dance on Funniest Stuff."
And to further strengthen that bond together and keep your family as one with Christ, here is a related blog post about 'Love' and its true meaning in Christ by Saint Paul on "'Love' and Saint Paul, Love of God and Self-Pity."
I wish you all the happiness and joys of a good father in Jesus as we KJOH (Keeping Jesus in our hearts). Godspeed.
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