broken daughter with a perfect father
"For I am convinced that neither death nor life, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord"
-Romans 8: 38-39


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So if you’re lost and afraid, 
and you feel so alone,
don’t worry child,
cause there’s a Father who will love you as His own.
Just like he loved his daughter.
Like he loved His daughter.


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yes.

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How Deep The Father's Love For Us by John & Daniel Rhee
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 Ishie Kasajima


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"I’m telling you. Prayer works.""What’s a time that prayer didn’t work for you?""The time I didn’t pray."

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"I’m telling you. Prayer works."
"What’s a time that prayer didn’t work for you?"
"The time I didn’t pray."

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 gondo yosuke


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Li-Young Lee’s “A Story”

Sad is the man who is asked for a story
and can’t come up with one.

His five-year-old son waits in his lap.
Not the same story, Baba. A new one.
The man rubs his chin, scratches his ear.

In a room full of books in a world
of stories, he can recall
not one, and soon, he thinks, the boy
will give up on his father.

Already the man lives far ahead, he sees
the day this boy will go. Don’t go!
Hear the alligator story! The angel story once more!
You love the spider story. You laugh at the spider.
Let me tell it!

But the boy is packing his shirts,
he is looking for his keys. Are you a god,
the man screams, that I sit mute before you?
Am I a god that I should never disappoint?

But the boy is here. Please, Baba, a story?
It is an emotional rather than logical equation,
an earthly rather than heavenly one,
which posits that a boy’s supplications
and a father’s love add up to silence.


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