What Mothers must Remember at Bedtime
I don’t have words to share how wonderful my mother is, how nurturing and generous and kind.
Everyone who meets my mother loves her. She is fun and strong and she cares about people.
My mother holds herself with such regard and esteem, she carries herself with such confidence. She has a strength from within that I desire.
And despite the hurts she has faced, despite the troubles she has had, she holds strong to what she believes. She does not waver. She is steadfast and secure.
My mother loves the Lord with all her heart. She LOVES the Lord. He is her source and it is evident in who she is.
People admire her strength. They admire her security and it is all because of who she is secure in – Jesus Christ.
My mother is not ashamed of the gospel of Jesus Christ. She proclaims who she is in Christ and does not back off of it and does not care what others think.
People may reject her God but she stands firm, she does not cower.
I have always found that incredible.
I have always desired that quality. To know who you are, a child of the King, and not worry what anyone things or says. She does that and she does it with grace and dignity. I have always, even as a young girl, admired that. And I pray that I become more like her every day.
My mother is generous. The most generous person I know. She loves to give. She loves to shop, so it works out well for her! But she will give you the clothes off her back if you needed it.
I remember one time we were at the Star of Hope during Christmas handing out supplies to the poor. There was this one, small asian man who did not step up and get any supplies and before we knew it we had run out and were unable to give him anything. At that moment, my mother took her jacket off and gave it to the man. I won’t forget the look on his face. He was so thankful. I remember I was fifteen, foolish, frivolous and full of vanity and pride, but in that moment I thought, “I want to give like that.” I still do.
If you have a need, she doesn’t care how much it costs her, she will do all she can to help you. No questions asked.
My mother is a prayer warrior, like her mother before her. I know my mother prays for my family. She prays for everyone she loves. She prays. Deep, heartfelt prayer. And she doesn’t just pray…she believes.
My mother is a woman of excellence. She pushes others to excel, to be better. She will take you out of your comfort zone so that you can grow and mature. She believes in people. She believes in doing your best all for the Glory of God.
My mother loves my kids. And I am so blessed by it. They love their yaya so much. She is wonderful with them and when they are with her I don’t worry about them. I know that they are getting more love and attention and candy than any child needs! When I need her help she responds without fail. She enjoys them. I love it.
My mother loves my dad. Despite whatever life has thrown their way, they have a deep love and admiration for one another. She respects him and is the crown on his head.
My mother is my friend. My best friend. Our relationship has grown from being mother and daughter to being true friends. She does not question how I raise my kids. she does not judge or interfere. She advises and encourages with grace.
I would not be who I am or be where I am if it were not for my mom. She pushes me to be better. She believe in me. She taught me to love the Lord with all my heart. She prays for me. And I am the mother that I am because of her.
Happy Mother’s Day!
Happy Mother’s Day!
With all my heart…
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