The Stream’s Father with a Father’s Day Message About the Father’s Heart

By The Stream Published on June 18, 2017

Stream Founder and Publisher James Robison dropped in on Facebook this weekend for a brief Father’s Day chat.

Rev. Robison reveals what he calls his “miraculous” eye surgery from this past week, along with a vision to spend more time engaging with Stream readers on a more frequent, informal basis. He asks that we join him in praying for a spirit of revelation as he aims to share the heart of the Father.

“I am here,” he says. “And I am here for a purpose; a Kingdom purpose. We all are. So I’m going to share, as long as I am impressed and led by the Spirit.”

Watch below:

P.S. Happy Father’s Day, boss.

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  • RickTexan

    Thank you for sharing your heart and that of our Father. I look forward to hearing from you often.

  • Lisa Lloyd

    Yes, I would love to hear from James Robison as he shares the Father’s heart with us.

  • Rebecca Lovell-Feng

    I heard this word for you on May 21. I hope it encourages you. I will be praying.
    You are a Father and have the heart of the Father
    You call the hearts of the sons back to the Father
    You will see the fruit of your labor in your lifetime.
    The fruit will multiply before your your eyes
    I hear The Father saying – I am God and I will not let the Liar have his way- I will not let lies stand or remain in My Country or in My Land.

  • Billy Chickens

    After having had shingles of the cornea (you never want to have that) of the left eye a huge PSC (posterior subcapusular cataract) formed in the eye and was impeding my vision. They finally did the same operation that you had and put a new lens in. It’s amazing, isn’t it? A miracle! I look forward to hearing you share the Father’s heart.

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