My Father

Since it was Father’s Day, I wanted to post a little bit about my father. He is the most wonderful man in the entire world, and I wish that all of you young ladies could meet him! Yes, I really do love my Dad! I am so incredibly grateful for Yahweh choosing him as my father, for He truly did know who would be the best father to me! Words simply are not enough to explain just what kind of father I have or the love that I have for him. He is truly wonderful and this song that my oldest sister wrote about him rings so true! Thank you, Yahweh, for blessing me with my Dad! How I praise you from the depths of my heart for blessing me with a man like my Dad! I have to truly be one of the richest daughters around! Dad, I love you!!! Happy Father’s Day!!!

My Father

There are fathers in this world
Some are saved and some are not.
But there’s no doubt when you look at mine
That by the blood he’s been bought

Verse 1:
It shows in everything he does
Every word and action declares,
That Yahweh Al-mighty
Is always there.

Verse 2:
I can see it in his face
I can hear it in his words
His every action shows
That he is our Lords.

He so willingly sacrifices things
He time and energy,
To make our loads a little lighter
And to take care of our every need

Verse 4:
A girl has never been so blessed
With a more wonderful father
Oh, Yahweh I thank you
For making me his daughter


About Samantha

My name is Samantha and I am a 30 year old stay at home, Torah observant, daughter. Yeshua saved me when I was 13 years old and since then my life has taken a radical u-turn. Before I came to the knowledge that I needed to be born again, I was leading a pretty rebellious lifestyle. I wanted to live my life the way I wanted to live it and I wanted to please “me”. Thankfully, Yahweh showed me how wrong I was! Life wasn’t about living for “me”, nor was it about serving “me”. It was all about serving and living for Him! It was about dying to self, and living for others (namely Him). I love how He explains it in Ecclesiastes 12:13. He says, "Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man." Since then He has shown me so much. As I have grown and changed to become more like Him, He has taken my relationship with Him (and my parents) to new depths. One of the many things that He changed in me was that I now had a heart for others. Instead of wanting to rebel, I wanted to now submit and obey with all my heart. I no longer value what the world thinks of me, but what my God thinks of me. I have also come to sincerely love the wisdom, protection and guidance that came from being under the authority that He has placed me under. Now I had a safe environment that I could serve Him under and I could now see beyond “me” and reach out and encourage others in Him along the way. I don’t want this life to be about me, but about Him, and I don’t want you to see me, but to instead see Him through me.
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