Quotemeal: Jun. 16th, 2021

Wednesday, June 16, 2021

"Who needs fathers? We all do. We especially need our Father in heaven, who forgives our parenting inadequacies for Jesus' sake and who enables us each day with a fresh start. Just as the loving father in Luke's gospel welcomed home his lost son, our Father will one day welcome us into heaven together with all others who love and trust in Jesus."
— Dr. Rodney Rathmann

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Illustration of Dr. Rodney Rathmann — "Who needs fathers? We all do. We especially need our Father in heaven, who forgives our parenting inadequacies for Jesus' sake and who enables us each day with a fresh start. Just as the loving father in Luke's gospel welcomed home his lost son, our Father will one day welcome us into heaven together with all others who love and trust in Jesus."

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Quotemeal is a daily dose of Christian quotes to inspire and encourage.