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I sincerely hope that, if your Mother is alive, you have taken care of her today. I ran across a survey this week that indicated what women wanted this year for Mother’s Day. The poll indicated that Mothers wanted: flowers (18%), spa day (18%), gift cards (15%), and jewelry (15%). I also ran across another article that indicated the worst gifts you could get. Number one on the list was a diet or fitness product. Number two was wrinkle cream. Roses came next. The article said instead our mothers want carnations on Mother’s Day. A pet, cleaning equipment, bath stuff, and potpourri also headed up the list of what not to buy for your mothers.
Paul had heard of the faith of the Colossians . . . So what did they believe? What must a Christian believe?
Three truths of the heart of a faithful mother, Biblical truths! An account of the faithful prayers and vow that Hannah, the wife of Elkanah, asking the Lord for a son and vowing to give him back to the service of the Lord. Because of her perseverance and faith she conceived and bore a son naming him Samuel, saying, Because I have asked for him from the Lord.
Lesson Aim: To enter into the deepest characteristic of the Kingdom of God among men… the law of love (agape).
Much has been written about the love of a mother, so much that you would think that love almost comes naturally for a mother. But you ask any Mom and if she is honest, she will tell you how God used her children to fine tune her motherly love. And the more children she had, the more fine tuning she received. Love is a very important aspect of parenting, but there is a facet of love that is absolutely essential to develop if you would aspire to do the very best for your child. If this is of interest to you, listen on...
In an age where the family is in danger of extinction, Love cries out. Can you hear her? Do you want her to be a part of your life? Will you let her restore? Love is the answer.