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Tribute to Fathers 17th June 2012
 

Tribute to Fathers 17th June 2012

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  • "When I was 4 years old: My daddy can do anything.When I was 5 years old: My daddy knows a whole lot.When I was 6 years old: My dad is smarter than your dad.When I was 8 years old: My dad doesn’t know exactly everything.When I was 10 years old: In the olden days, when my dad grew up, things were sure different.When I was 12 years old: Oh, well, naturally, Dad doesn’t know anything about that. He is too old to remember his childhood.When I was 14 years old: Don’t pay any attention to my dad. He is so old-fashioned.When I was 21 years old: Him? My Lord, he’s hopelessly out of date.When I was 25 years old: Dad knows about it, but then he should, because he has been around so long.When I was 30 years old: Maybe we should ask Dad what he thinks. After all, he’s had a lot of experience.When I was 35 years old: I’m not doing a single thing until I talk to Dad.When I was 40 years old: I wonder how Dad would have handled it. He was so wise.When I was 50 years old: I’d give anything if Dad were here now so I could talk this over with him. Too bad I didn’t appreciate how smart he was. I could have learned a lot from him."
  • Three feet tall and full of questions You must have thought I was the smartest man alive I didn't always have the answers To every little how and where and why Like Daddy, why's the sky so blue today?Does Jesus really hear me when I pray?When I grow up, will I be just like you?Will I be tall and strong and brave?CHORUS(1): There is no power on earth like your fathers' love So big and so strong as your father's love A promise that's sacred, a promise from heaven above No matter where you go... always know You can depend on your father's love Especially when it's cold, especially when you're lonely When your little heart is lost trying to find it's way I know the world is always changing But, remember son, that some things never change And even when my life on earth is through There will still be a part of me in you 'Cause some things are forever Nothing's ever gonna take my love from you CHORUS(2): There is no power on earth like your father's love So big and so strong as your father's love A promise that's sacred, a promise from heaven above Did I hug enough, did I care enough When you most needed me, Was I there enough Enough to make you feel the power of Your father's love
  • Three feet tall and full of questions You must have thought I was the smartest man alive I didn't always have the answers To every little how and where and why Like Daddy, why's the sky so blue today?Does Jesus really hear me when I pray?When I grow up, will I be just like you?Will I be tall and strong and brave?CHORUS(1): There is no power on earth like your fathers' love So big and so strong as your father's love A promise that's sacred, a promise from heaven above No matter where you go... always know You can depend on your father's love Especially when it's cold, especially when you're lonely When your little heart is lost trying to find it's way I know the world is always changing But, remember son, that some things never change And even when my life on earth is through There will still be a part of me in you 'Cause some things are forever Nothing's ever gonna take my love from you CHORUS(2): There is no power on earth like your father's love So big and so strong as your father's love A promise that's sacred, a promise from heaven above Did I hug enough, did I care enough When you most needed me, Was I there enough Enough to make you feel the power of Your father's love

Tribute to Fathers 17th June 2012 Tribute to Fathers 17th June 2012 Presentation Transcript

  • A Tribute to Fathers
  • For what you are about to see, any association, reference or linkage to people dead or alive is purely coincidental and accidental. Choice of photos depicted were submitted by one (or more) of yourfamily members of their own volition and not under any threat or duress. Disclaimer
  • DisclaimerSome photos were sent without info on ‘age’ so I had to ‘guess’. Right or wrong – not sure. Accompanying song track : “FATHERS LOVE” (by Gary Valenciano) Do sit back, enjoy the presentationand learn about “My Daddy & I”.
  • “My Daddy & I”
  • MY DAD ISTHE BEST
  • My Dad KnowsEverything
  • My Dad Can Do Everything
  • My Dad is my Hero,reading me greatadventure stories everynight ...
  • My Dad is so much fun He takes meeverywhere ...
  • My Dad isso clever... he can even do my homework ...
  • My Dad is cool ... but not very good with computer games...
  • I think my dad may not be so smart after all...
  • I now know my dad is not sosmart after all – he‟s no longer able to do my homework ...
  • I „think’ my dad may be pretty “old fashioned” in his thinking...
  • I know my dad is “old fashioned”. He’s always saying “When I was yourage ...” for the zillionth time
  • My Dad is becoming ‘over-bearing’ ... always asking & even intrudinginto my space – doesn’t he trust me?
  • Dad I am past 21...I can decide for myself ... trust me.
  • My dad seems to beobjecting to everything I do ... ‘Sigh’
  • My Dad does know about things, but then he should,because he‟s been around so long...
  • Maybe I should ask Dad what hethinks. After all, he‟s had a lot of experience.
  • I’m not doing a singlething until I talk to Dad... He knows quite a lot...
  • I wonder how Dadwill handle it. He is so wise…
  • I am puzzled, how did my dad manage to raise all of us up ? .
  • Its so difficult to control my ownchildren - how much my dad must have suffered to bring us up ...
  • I‟d give anything if Dad werehere now so I could talk this over with him. Too bad Ididn‟t appreciate how smarthe was. I could have learned a lot from him. MY DAD IS THE BEST
  • Just wondering why it take so long for us to learn that -Blessed Father’s Day