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  • Writer's pictureDavid and Marilynn Chadwick

My Personal God - My Father

The eternal God of the universe wants to be your close, personal friend. He longs to be your Helper. Your Hope. Your Trust. To become your personal God. He wants you to know Him as my Father.


Jesus, God in human flesh, called His Father, “Daddy.” So did the apostle Paul in Romans 8. And so should we. God wants all of His children to know him as “my Father” (Psalm 89:26). My personal Daddy.


Our Daddy in heaven is always present. Always compassionate. Always loving. Always kind.


Every earthly daddy will fall far short in comparison to our heavenly Daddy. God is the only One who can be the perfect parent at all times. Why? Because original sin created flaws in all humans. There’s not a single person on earth who can love perfectly each and every day. But God can and does!


Unlike our earthly fathers, our heavenly Daddy is perfect. So is His love for us as our Father. He’s a good, good Father who wants to give His children good gifts (Matthew 7:11). Gifts far greater than anything we could ask for or imagine (Ephesians 3:20).


Do you know God as your Father? Pray to Him now, “Daddy, I love you! You are a good and perfect Father. You love me perfectly each and every day. And You want to give me everything that’s good for me. You will watch over and care for me every day of my life. Thank You for Your unconditional love.”


Your Father loves you perfectly.


God’s lovingkindness for you knows no end.

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