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This is the month we celebrate Father’s Day. I would like to remember father’s this whole month. While at the store the other day, I saw a card that was saying what I feel every father should know.

“Father’s Day is celebrating fathers and all it means to be

The one who gives the family strength and brings security.

It’s celebrating all the love unspoken through the year

And finding just the perfect way to really make it clear…

It’s celebrating someone and that loving way of his –

And knowing in your heart that he’s the best there is.

Father’s Day and all it stands for,

is a good time to remind you that warmest thoughts and wishes

are always with you.”

Only God can make a Dad. He does it every time He puts into the heart of a father a special warmth and gentleness, a capacity to enjoy life, and a desire to be with his children because he delights in watching them grow…

Only God can make a dad who admits his mistakes and forgives others, who cheers his kids on, builds them up until they can stand on their own again.

Only God can make a dad who shares their laughter, dries their tears, and always keeps on loving.

And those who have a dad find that every now and then they just have to stop and whisper, “Thank, You God,” because, in their hearts, they  know that

Only God Can Make a Dad.”

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