Luke 15:20 NKJV And he arose and came to his father. But when he was still a great way off, his father saw him and had compassion, and ran and fell on his neck and kissed him.
This was was testimony for Father’s Day:
The summer I turned 13 I spent neither my sister and her Air Force husband in Oklahoma. I went to church with them, felt convicted, went die to the front and was baptized.
Went I retired to my parents and started high school, I didn’t pursue my faith.
Twenty years later my wife had become friends with a Pentecostal woman and attended her church while I was deployed. When I returned I agreed to go there church with her (keeping the peace). I walked in the door of the original #Guam #UPC church and I can tell you that God met me at the door welcoming me home.
I am a prodigal son. People prayed for me.
Pray for the prodigals in your life. Call them back to the loving arms of Jesus.
Read Luke 15:11-32 if you don’t recognize it. Pray for the brethren that have left the church. Read the story again: the father in this story is God, the prodigal is anyone who has walked away from the household of faith, the older brother is the faithful church member who is jealous when the prodigal returns and is fussed over.
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