Father Blessing: Still Got Work To Do

First posted on 29th October, 2010

Today, I am just jazzed.

I buried my dad yesterday. And the preparation since I last shared has been along the lines of honouring him. It was mostly trial and error yet a very interesting journey. I am truly grateful to the suggestions and prayers from friends which I considered as marching orders.

Today, I am just jazzed.

Yesterday, a door opened just as an old one closed. In burying him, I said goodbye to a past I have made very significant. In taking my son to the funeral I said hello to a future for and with my son.

Yaani, today, I am just jazzed

Because I feel like I was at a bash rather than a funeral. But more than that, it was an answered prayer. After Sunday’s lecture I asked, in prayer, for God to show me in my reality or at my level how exactly He loves me and believes in me. Yesterday he did just that.

And, today, I am just jazzed

Author: Chris

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2 thoughts on “Father Blessing: Still Got Work To Do”

  1. He did not die
    You did not loose
    Gone one may be
    Opportunities here stood
    So grand, I would bet to see
    “He” has granted to you
    All branded at no cost
    you’ve won not lost
    True!

    @Flashback…..
    There stands in your place
    Small hearted yet in innocence
    With hope “eyes on pap”
    A friend & son for a dad
    @Present now…….
    A chance to rebuild
    For generations un-cracked
    Granted it is
    Chances!

    Jazzed you may feel
    Embrace it with glee
    ‘He’ has given you to “be”
    For a reason and all seasons
    For a lifetime indeed
    Stand firm, there is a feasting
    That one one can’t miss
    Wow!

    Like

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