2 Samuel 21:10-14
As Mothers we can be going into a difficult season, in a difficult season, or coming out of a difficult season.
We have to stand in the gap for our children.
We nag them, and lecture them but that doesn’t work. It makes them rebellious and distant, but when we push in prayer, we find break through.
James 5: 16
Ask, seek, and knock then believe that God can turn it around.
A mom’s love reminds me ya of Jesus’ love: UNCONDITIONAL.
Reckless love of Mom. There’s no wall you won’t kick down, lie you won’t tear down.
We don’t have to manipulate or control kids, give them to the Lord. They belong to God, we are to steward them well.
Questions for Mother’s Day:
1. Will you grab ahold of the altar and pray until you see God change something in your kids life?
2. Are you willing to still fight, protect, and look a little crazy even if it looks like they’re dead?
3. Will you continue to love and serve your kids and other when they don’t appreciate it?
4. Will you never give up and quit?
There are times your kids will hate you, but you have to love them and never give up on them.
You are doing better than you think you are.