Margaret A. Brennan
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The Greatest Father
Through tear-filled eyes I asked the Lord why He too my Dad.
He was the best of fathers a girl had ever had.
God looked down with pity and I felt warmth in His smile.
I thought I felt Him hold me as He said, "Don't cry, my child."
"You see I just grew lonely for the child that I once knew.
He asked to be a father so I lent him, dear, to you
But just like any parent, I didn't want to be alone.
So as your dad grew older, I felt the need to bring him home." I thought about how sick dad was and how his body failed.
I knew, then God's sweet ...