Fathertime: The Father Is The Only Someone That I Need.

There are times in all of our lives when we just need someone to fill in the blank with what’s missing. You had a rough day, where all of the funnels of that day just seem to touch the ground around you to produce the storm that you just did not need. So where is your wingwoman, the one protecting your blind and venerable side while you focus on this run’s mission? And what happens on these life runs where stuff just happens, and it’s only you there to handle the stuff that just happens? It is our nature to look for our relationship people in times like these: those whom we know and trust to be by our side in times of need. The thing that is curious to me is what happens to us when we don’t have any of our people around to fill in the blank with what’s missing. What is usually missing in times like these can be summed up by some of the lyrics to one of my favorite songs: “we all need somebody to lean on, lean on me.” What’s missing is usually just that; we need our wingwoman, our number two person, or just a by chance person being there to say, lean on me. The blank that is there to be filled, is always there to be filled, but it isn’t exposed until the cover is missing. It is not the storm that creates the blank, but it is the storm that happens when you are all alone that shows the blank to be uncovered, and exposed. It is your wingwoman, number two person, or the just a by chance person being there to say, lean on me, who is the one that keeps your blank covered up, and unexposed when the storm comes as forecasted. And when something is covered up and unexposed, life goes on with the blank there, but covered up, while habitual adjustments are continually made to keep things appearing as normal.

The thing that we all will eventually have to deal with is what do we do when the storm comes, and the forecast did not make any mention of it. If the forecast had made mentioned of the oncoming storm, you could have brought along your storm wingwoman for cover, folded up your storm number two person coat to keep the blanks covered up, or have already chosen the just by chance cat walk person there, where you will be passing by at the time, to say lean on me unto the storm passes. This is really a process that goes on in all of our lives for a period of time, until we realize that there is only one, that can be the someone that you really need in times of an all alone storm. The length of time that one will be in this process will be determined by how for down the list the Father is from being the someone that you need to fill in the blank. Some of us will take a longer time period because we have so many wingwomen, relationship people, and random people by chance, that seem to be there to see us through most of our storms. And it will be this type of person, not use to going through the storm things alone, in which it will take the most time to sift them into being alone in a storm for the completion of the fill in the blank process. The Father will never have his chance to prove to you that he is the only someone that you need in the times of the all alone storm, if he does not take the time to process up your list to have his chance. And the Father only does this for our good because he knows that the blank covered will always be the blank left unfulfilled. And the only reason that we keep the blank in our lives covered up is because we don’t know that it is there: we just know that we feel better when another is there with us to go through the storms; and therefore, the blank feels filled when we go through the storms with someone there with us when in need. And after going through this process for a lengthy period of time, we find out that the blank can never be filled by man; for it is the need in our heart in which only the Father can fill. The blank is even there when you are not alone, but the blank is not uncovered until you are alone: and on the day that the Father moves up your need list to the top need contender to fill the blank, is the day that you discover that “The Father Is The Only Someone That I Need.”

The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.

Adopted son,

About Adopted son

I graduated from college some moons ago. I worked in the business world most of my life. I founded, established and operated in the evenings a Christian based leadership and special tactics consulting group. I also served for years as a leader in the Church which allowed me to see how people of like faith can receive different results depending on what the individual person believes. However, my current and ongoing mission is to highlight the greatness of my "Heavenly Father's" mighty power that He has given to His sons and daughters to use here on earth. I should be one to share on this power since I have learned of it through the experience of my many mistakes, trials and tribulations. Whether by default, learned behavior or by acquired faith, I was allowed to know of this power first hand so that I could speak of it! Adopted son and Number 1 Fan of Father
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