Quarter Notes of Prayer: May My Daddy Rest in Your Embrace

My Daddy has been battling Stage 4 Colon Cancer and has been in the hospital since Father’s Day. This song was written a few months ago when I wasn’t sure if he knew the Lord and was praying fervently for his salvation. I praise God and am at peace knowing that he does know Jesus now, but I seek the prayers of all prayer warriors as it hurts so much to see him suffer.

May My Daddy Rest In Your Embrace
(Dedicated to my Daddy – Frank Szymanski)

Comfort his heart…and let him know who you are
Let him see the angels by his side
Give him the hope…that only comes from knowing
The Son of God, the Savior, Jesus Christ

Let him see you sitting on Your Throne
I pray he knows that he is not alone
And as the light shines brightly from Your Face
May my Daddy rest in Your Embrace

Daddy I pray…you know the love of God today
You turn from your own will and know His truth
Put all your faith…in the One who calls your name
He’s reaching out to say “I love you!”


Comfort his heart…and let him know who you are
Father, Holy Spirit, Anointed One
Give him your hand…and help his mind to understand
The Life you give is only from the Son


May My Daddy Rest In Your Embrace

© 2013 PraiseWorthy Publishing
Deborah Wolf

Daddy's 75th Birthday


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