(Kathy Gabler) — Who is in heaven . . .“Our FATHER who is in heaven,” releases a son from any earthly father’s shortcomings. There will be no hindrance in our conversation because of a father’s bad mood or because of an earthly father’s personal guilt or distraction or misunderstanding or prejudiced opinion or unjust anger or mistaken views or lack of foresight. His being in heaven declares His Divine Supremacy while removing all human limitations. We are praying to a powerful Father, the Father who is situated above all, the Father who controls the universe, the Father who is almighty, the Father who is subject to none, the Father who prevails over all. Praying as a son changes the posture, scope and expectations in prayer.