Saturday, May 11, 2013

Thank You and Happy Mothers Day

Illustration of a Mother and Infant

I just wanted to thank those of you who purchased an Ultimate Homemaking Ebook Bundle through Blessed Homemaking.  That was truly a blessing for our family.  I hope you are enjoying all of your amazing resources!  I was able to earn a free bundle, so I have just barely downloaded all the ebooks and hope to start reading some of them soon.

I also want to wish all of my readers who are mothers a happy Mothers Day.  What  a blessing, gift, and privilege it is to be a mother.  Not everyone can be a mother, so if you are, please thank the Lord for that on Mothers Day.  What an awesome calling, what a responsibility, and what a joy when we see our children walking in the ways of the Lord.  I hope you have a blessed day tomorrow.

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Please, what would you say is the obligation of the mother, when the she is divorced from the children's father. Even though the father may not be considered godly, shouldn't the mother encourage her children to honor there father not to make them fear him or think ill of him? to not think she is the one that will save her children? Interested in you opinion . Something I've been thinking about.

Anonymous said...

My last comment published before I was ready! I recently divorced and have been working very hard to be found blameless and so I encourage my children to love their father honor him and through their actions and love show him the love of Christ. I do not fear him leading them astray as I trust their salvation to The Lord and know that ultimately it was The Lord that gave them the father they have! Through this I have face great opposition from my family wanting me to not encourage their relationship with their father but discourage it!

Anonymous said...

My last comment published before I was ready! I recently divorced and have been working very hard to be found blameless and so I encourage my children to love their father honor him and through their actions and love show him the love of Christ. I do not fear him leading them astray as I trust their salvation to The Lord and know that ultimately it was The Lord that gave them the father they have! Through this I have face great opposition from my family wanting me to not encourage their relationship with their father but discourage it!