Casting Crowns - Just Another Birthday



  • 2012-01-12T03:21:19

people do change, and God will give you strength, I grew up without a relationship with my father up until i was about my late 20's, i made the first move and i am glad that i did my father has changed in so many was and now my son has a grandfather that is in his life, which is so important. just remember to listen to God and trust His words. If it is God's will it will happen. i will pray for you Erin.

  • 2012-01-11T23:52:57

was not pregnant and take geesh my spelling lol

  • 2012-01-11T23:52:17

I know my dad did the same thing. I actually almost had an abortion but I the test came back negative that I wan not pregnant. He is 17 & he is amazing. Praise God for him. A man who does not b\take care of his kids is not worth salt. God filled the hole in my heart that I had for my whole life for my dad. I don't even want my real dad. The Lord is amazing! He loves us it blows my mind! I have 4 boys & I did have 2 other abortions but there in heaven with the Lord!

  • 2012-01-11T21:19:59

Our family is soo inportant. Trust I'm a loving father and husband. May Jesus be our example.

  • 2012-01-11T21:01:55

I so love this song! My father left my Mom when I was 15. He wants back in my life now that I'm in my 30's. We'll see.

  • 2012-01-11T20:44:10

Thank you Lord, for saving me.I will never leave the, or forsake the.God is good, all the time.

  • 2012-01-11T19:33:14

Unfortunate actions needn't be self perpetuating. They may be reversed, but only Jesus Christ can reverse them. Even still we have the consequences to live with.

  • 2012-01-11T19:21:57

Sylvia Tuggle Ratliff things like that are never easy with which to come to terms. For me, only Jesus' healing touch through salvation's grace and mercy has brought me to a place of understanding. Presence in a child's life is a choice and if not done willingly, can communicate a level of worthlessness which is often difficult to overcome, except through understanding the value we have in Christ as our identity is established in Him. Sadly, alcohol leads to a mixed bag of misunderstandings - perhaps on everyone's part. But Jesus does understand even when we don't, thankfully. Thank you for so openly sharing your heart on this. May the Lord's healing touch smooth out the rough edges of bad memories, bringing peace that passes understanding. May He help all of us to remember that, though earthly fathers are made in God's image, they, like we, are not perfect. Help us Father to forgive those by whom we have been influenced adversely, remembering the power of God to heal and restore that which the moths have stolen. May God's presence with you and your family heal every wound, resonating in truth, your Father, which art in heaven. God Bless you!

  • 2012-01-11T18:53:08

janie m. what a wonderful message.i;m glad I got a chance to do it 3 times andi love all my babies they were all a world of joy to me.don't miss out to be the best you can be to your child a parent.

  • 2012-01-11T17:58:31

I always told my girls that their father loved them as much as he was capable of loving anyone. It was his failure and not any reflection on them. Hard to make them accept that though. On my daughter's 13th birthday her dad called her up and told her that he was getting ready to walk into the ocean and drown himself because my divorcing him and moving away with his girls had taken away all his reason to live.

  • 2012-01-11T17:53:16

That's a nice video, makes me want to become a father soon!

  • 2012-01-11T17:50:10

Connie Reimer They were not, but they were separated for part of my young adult life. They were both there for me through their problems, and they reunited. Both are now deceased. I was divorced when my daughters were 12 and 14. My husband was an alcoholic, never around when any of us needed him and some of the time he was around was violent and ugly. They would have been better off had I divorced him sooner. It was my failure in marrying that was the root of the problem, but I love my girls and my grandkids. They came to an uneasy peace with him during the last years of his life, but failing to have a strong father figure did damage them.

  • 2012-01-11T17:40:48

Parenthood is a gift, a privlege. To walk away from that not only damages our children, but I don't see how it can't damage the parent? They have a serious heart issue if they are able to walk away. I treasure and am so thankful for each precious moment I get with my kids. No amount of money, toys, ANYTHING could replace that!

  • 2012-01-11T17:29:46

Sylvia Tuggle Ratliff are your parents divorced?

  • 2012-01-11T17:20:28

It is not the divorce, though divorce is not good, that damages the children. It is abandonment, either physical or emotional, by one parent. Often the father, especially if the wife initiated the divorce. There are a lot of divorced dads who are more there for their children than some of the fathers who sleep in the same house with them every night.

  • 2012-01-11T17:16:18

Thank you, for reminding us how important fatherhood is. I love my dad.

Please add a name and description in order to save your playlist to your user profile.

Name: Description: Public:
No playlists found for this account.
RSS This Page