Children | Father | Love | Pride

Does anyone ever preach on the theme of Father’s Day in June anymore? Perhaps not as many as those who preach on the theme of Motherhood in May. For those who are planning to say something about the venerable institution of fatherhood — this month we include a few stories on the theme. Marty Younkin of the Fellowship Bible Church of Richardson, Texas, sent in the following item which was used by President Reagan on his radio show. It was a letter written during World War II by a father to his soldier son. Dear Son, I wish I had the power to write
The thoughts wedged in my heart tonight
As I sit watching that small star
And wondering where and how you are.
You know, Son, it’s a funny thing
How close a war can really bring
A Father, who for years with pride,
Has kept emotions deep inside.
I’s sorry, Son,…

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