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Happy Mother’s Day!

Happy Mother’s Day!

Happy Mother’s Day!

Even if people don’t know you, they will greet women with Happy Mother’s Day! They don’t realize that simple happy greeting may bring up painful memories of life, some may want to forget? To those who’s MOTHERS are no longer in this world, that may be loveless, mean, unavailable or just MIA, ‘Let your hearts be not saddened for the LORD loves you.’ No one seems to mention this aspect of Mother’s Day?

Some may not have had so a great a Mother. Are there cards for them? We can’t chose our Mothers or families but we can chose how we respond. FORGIVE THEM because that is what our Lord would want for us. Please do not perpetuate the treatment you endured from that less than perfect mom, brothers and sisters, aunts and uncles and even the beloved grandparents.

Some are fortunate enough to have great Moms and families and some are not. To those who still have their Moms and they are great Moms, cherish them. And, to those who do not, chose not to live in their pain and forgive, that is for you.

Next time you want to greet someone with a traditional greeting, be mindful that ALL ARE NOT THE SAME.

Think about it…



“My voice shalt Thou hear in the morning, O Lord; in the morning will I direct my prayer unto Thee, and will look up.” Psalm 5:3

Christianity is a love relationship. You cannot love someone that you do not know. And you cannot know someone that you don’t spend quality time with.

To know Jesus is to love Him.
To love Him is to trust Him.
To trust Him is to obey Him.
To obey Him is to be blessed.

It begins with a quality, daily communication with the Lord. Why is it best to spend time with the Lord in the morning? Because you are getting ready to go on a road trip through life. You don’t take the trip and then read the map, do you?

How are you starting your mornings? With a cup of coffee and the paper? Or with the pure milk of the Word and the light of His presence?

~~Adrian Rogers(LWF)



Small word but when applied can make major a shift in one’s whole frame of reference. Do you ever just ask yourself…if? I often do. What if…I was another race? another sex? younger? believed another way?

Then, what if I looked like what I’ve been doing? where I’ve been? oh LORD, what I’ve thought?

Where would I be? look like? live? “IF” I didn’t believe?

I thought about it



The LORD often gets blamed when something goes wrong, but He seldom gets credit for all the things that go right.  Every day people get up, get dressed, drive to work or school or the store, and return home safely.  No one knows how many times the LORD has protected us from harm.  But when there is a tragedy, we ask, “Where was God?”

When I consider all the wonderful things that My LORD does silently on my behalf each day, I realize that my list of praises is much longer than my list of petitions.(Isa. 25)