My Dad

So we are always of good courage. We know that while we are at
home in the body we are away from the Lord, for we walk by faith,
not by sight. Yes, we are of good courage, and we would rather be
away from the body and at home with the Lord.
{2 Corinthians 5:6-8}

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Memories Of Dad

My dad was a man of simple means, who did not need
riches or fame to make him happy. He was content
with whatever he had. He was kind, compassionate,
giving to others, even if it meant doing without himself.

I remember so well our long talks, and his finger
pointing at me and saying, "I know you're not going to
listen, but I'm going to tell you anyway." Truth is I
listened to everything my dad had to say, his insight on
life was very plain, yet full of instruction.

He loved the mountains, the wide open spaces, and I
suppose if it could have been arranged, he would have
traveled the country. His idea of camping was NOT
a colored TV in a motel room.

He was a jack-of-all-trades, and seemed to be able to
make things work with absolutely nothing.

The day he accepted Jesus, as his personal Saviour,
I watched him walk down the aisle in the old church,
and the floor open up for his baptism.

Now he resides in heaven with Jesus. I know there's
a big apple tree he is sitting under, breathing in the cool
fresh air, praising Jesus with song, happy and content,
as the peaceful man I knew.

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Daddy Sings With The Angels

Life was not so fair, illness filled your body.
and they took you home too soon, you rode the
clouds to meet Him on His throne.

Oh daddy, you were in His plan, for the church
house was overflowing that day, your life became
a blessing to all.

Are you looking down on earth, with your angel
wings spread, still protecting me, your darling
little child.

Daddy, I miss you so, and see your face aglow,
you taught me morals and values, with your
bright insight on life.

If you can see and hear me up there, know that
I thank you and love you, as always I will.

One day I'll join you, see your smiles once
more, together we will share the angel's voices,
praising Him forevermore.

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In His Love!

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