When this world fell, so long ago, everything broke. All relationships broke. Our relationships with each other, our relationships with ourselves, and our relationships with God—none of them are what they were . . . or what they will be.
All of those relationships will be restored. But because we don’t know Him now as well as we will know Him, we now often mistake and misunderstand God. We’re susceptible to letting our experiences with our flawed, earthly fathers define and warp our perceptions of our Father God. Experiences with imperfect earthly dads make it difficult to trust our Heavenly Dad.
Is He safe? Is He loving? Is He kind? Can I count on Him, all the time? No earthly father, even the very best, can represent just how safe and how loving and how kind, and how devoted, is our perfect Father God. All earthly fathers fall short of who He is—way short, in fact. And this can make it very difficult to understand God the Father.
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