Rarely in this busy, crazy life do we mandate a selah, a moment, to pause and honour someone.
A moment to pause and listen, to speak, and simply honour someone we love.
This is how I see Father’s Day is like a Wedding Day, we stop and say ‘you’re awesome’ to a father, a friend, a parent, and that guy that didn’t know he was lending you his car when you were 16 at around midnight once or twice. Or on a wedding day, we say the same thing to our friends, daughter, son, colleague.
I love you Dad, you’re awesome.