There is something special about the bond between a father and daughter. To a little girl her father is a hero and king. He makes her feel special and like a princess. From the fathers point of view the daughter is a precious daughter to love unconditionally and always be there for. "You're my little Girl" by Go Fish puts in well. The song goes like this:
The ones you love they let you down
And I want you to know that I¹m sorry
The choices that they made were wrong
You were caught in the middle and I¹m sorry
So when the anger and the pain
Get the best of you
I know it seems like you¹re all alone
But I am feeling it too
'Cuz you're my little girl
You¹re the one that I created
No one in this world could ever be like you
When you're cryin' in the night
All you need to do is call me
I¹ll be there for you
'Cuz you¹re my little girls.
2When you're lookin in the mirror
I hope you're likin' what you see
Because no matter what you're feelin'
You're perfect to me
Because I see you as a child
Blameless in my sight
Just spend some time with me
And I¹ll make everything alright
I know you don't deserve what you've been through
I know it doesn't seem fair
I know that there are times you think you're alone
But you've got to know that I will be there, be there
That same special relationship a daughter has with her father, she can also have with her Heavenly Father. He loves us like no one else could.
The first time I heard this song on the radio I fell in love with it. There is one part that really sticks out to me that I wish I could tell every girl. "When you're lookin in the mirror
I hope you're likin' what you see, Because no matter what you're feelin',You're perfect to me". It really hit me about how we view ourselves. When we look into the mirror and say "yuck" or "ugly" we are calling God's creation ugly and bad. God not only said "it was good" after he made man, he also says he is enthralled by our beauty. I had never thought about the implication when you say you or someone else is ugly. God loves us, He thinks were beautiful. I would much rather go by God's definition of beauty than the worlds. So, next time you look into the mirror and see what you might think is "pure ugliness" remember that God created you and thinks you are beautiful.