PRAY FOR MOTHERS



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Lift hands in prayer for new and younger mothers
As they train toddlers in the way to go;
They need great patience and sweet tenderness,
Let God’s great love through their heart overflow!

Pray fervently for mothers of our teens;
That they raise godly offspring in each family.
The most important calling they could ever have;
Guiding with warmth and wisdom, wit and sensitivity.

Fold hands in prayer for older mothers,
Whose children have all grown and left the nest.
For that’s the time a mom is needed in a different way;
She built their firm foundation; may they now call her blessed.

Thank you, our dearest Father, You bless the generations
Of mothers who are faithful in serving You and others.
As they are yielded to Your plan and purpose in their lives
Lord, may Your favour rest each day upon all mothers.

Karin Ristau

8 comments:

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Thanks for the reminder to lift all mothers up in prayer.I wish for you a Wonderful Mother's Day.
Blessings,Ruth

Glenda said...

Beautiful prayer for mothers! God has blessed you with amazing writing talent; thanks for sharing your gift with us! Happy Mother's Day!

A New England Life said...

What a lovely poem. As you know being a good mother is never easy.

I hope you have a nice Mothers Day, Karin.

Sharon

Bernie said...

Thank you for sharing this beautiful prayers.
Happy Mothers Day......:-) Hugs

C said...

Thank you for a beautiful prayer for mothers, Karin ♥

Happy Mother's Day to you!!!! And to all the mothers in your life!!!! :)

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Karin, Beautiful post... Loved it!!! Happy Mother's Day!!!! We're home from the beach --and I'll post in the morning. Had a wonderful time --but it's nice to be home.

One of my sons is visiting me on my 'special' day today!!!!!

Hope you have a wonderful day.
Hugs,
Betsy

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Karabeth said...

Mothers really do need our prayers. Even moms whose children are grown can't rest on their laurels. That's when the older women are admonished to teach the younger! I guess moms never really get a break, do they?!