Wait for Me Daddy December 2, 2020

A photo taken in New Westminster B.C. in 1940 was entitled “Wait for me, Daddy”. It showed Private Jack Bernard saying goodbye to his son Warren Bernard, 5, as he was leaving to serve in the Second World War. Separation is one of the worst results of war- with its heartache and pain for families. And much is said in the Bible about separation too, between the Creator and people. The Heavenly Father created us to be in fellowship with Him, not separated from Him. Isaiah of old explained why so many of us are not in a proper relationship with our Maker. He wrote, “…your iniquities have separated you from your God; and your sins have hidden His face from you…” As unpopular as this teaching is, the truth is that we live in a world that is full of examples of its reality and its presence. So it is heart-warming to read James’ promise, “Draw near to God and He will draw near to you.”

Pastor Alex Rockwell

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