The answer is G (Grace), O (Omnipresence) and D (Discipline), God makes a Dad great. There is no such thing as a perfect Dad, except for our Father in Heaven which is Eternal. Omnipresence is a big word which just means, always everywhere. Wouldn’t it be great to have a Dad who was always there when you needed him? This is where human fathers fail. We cannot always be there! Every good Dad wishes he could be there, but it’s physically impossible. Most kids are thankful, thinking it would be just fine, if we didn’t have Dad around all the time, that way, we are free to do as we please. But good kids can usually look far enough ahead to understand that spells trouble. Fact is, if Dad’s with you, he is there to help pick up the pieces, helping to correct our foolishness. A good Dad will be there when you need him most to help you recover, not to give you recovery on a silver platter, but to assist you and build your confidence. Confidence in God. Remember where the prodigal son’s Dad was, for his recovery. Read Luke 15:11-32 and rejoice with Him.