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A Mother's Day Meditation
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A HEBREW SAGE MIGHT SAY. . .
Mother’s give unconditionally; it is the way we are wired; it's how we are made, that is how it works.  It is a deep Jewish idea too.  The Hebrew word for love — ahava — comes from the Hebrew root, hav (to give). The origin of love is giving.  Moms give. She gives unconditionally. No one gives more unconditionally than Mothers, and no one loves you more unconditionally than your Mother.  Exception: The ALMIGHTY GOD, HE gave HIS ONLY-Begotten SON to die that you might live.  However to live, you must accept that love in faith and receive HIS amazing grace.

 

A MOTHER'S DAY MEDITATION       
GODLY Mothers, in loving wisdom, have learned to pray.  Knowing what problems their children will have to go through, yet they confidently trust the ALMIGHTY ONE, for HE is faithful.  As Mothers seek the ALL-POWERFUL CREATOR on behalf of their children, they can devotedly direct the life of the child.  In keeping their family ever in their prayers, she is free to move beyond the panic of the moment into the over-riding values and work of the HOLY SPIRIT in the lives for which we are trusting the HOLY ONE.

 

 "Our FATHER in heaven! Guard the Mothers of all nations who perform YOUR will and fear YOUR GREAT NAME. Place YOUR blessings upon them, and instill in their hearts the faith that YOU alone are the ETERNAL ALMIGHTY GOD.
 May these precious Mothers call on Y
OUR NAME and serve YOU with undivided hearts in teaching their children and families to go forth saying, "Come, let us go to the Mount of the LORD, to the House of the GOD OF JACOB, and HE will teach us of HIS ways, and we will walk in HIS paths for out of Zion shall go forth the Law and the WORD OF THE LORD from Jerusalem." [Micah (Michah) 4. 2 Tanakh, Nevi'im]

 

 As Mothers awaken the hearts of their children, may they learn the commands of the Law of Moses to observe all that is written so they might succeed in all they do, and thus to hasten the coming of MESSIAH, their REDEEMER, and the SALVATION of the world.
 May each Mother be fully fashioned in
holiness receiving strength, purity, love, protection and support from the BLESSED LORD JESUS. May she know how very special she is...a jewel in GOD'S sight, an extension of HIS mighty hand. Amen"

 

In GOD'S amazing grace, it is never too late to start a CHRISTian heritage in your family.  Our HEAVENLY FATHER is waiting to be invited into your family circle.  HIS steadfast love and mercy will change any situation for HIS good and HIS glory.

 

Furthermore, as you continue your support for your husband in humility, show him the power of emotion, yet in gentle quietness show your strength.  In love, show him that you are "the rib" that protects his inner self — for it was from man's side the MASTER DESIGNER made you.

 

To GODly Mothers everywhere, "Thank you for being a Mom!"   Thank you for sacrificing your life, your youth, for caring for us when we were young and helpless; for being patient with us and never leaving; for feeding, clothing, encouraging and loving us when we were ignorant, feeble, awkward, needing constant care — and all because we are born of your body and part of your soul.  You are the perfect creation from the LORD GOD ALMIGHTY.  And, in HIM you have grown to be a splendid woman of excellence.  Don't change! ...indeed your lips are most lovely when they part in prayer; your hands are so gentle to touch; and GOD MOST HIGH caresses your face as you sleep.  A Mother's best days are spent showing the LOVING CREATOR GOD to her children.

 

May the OMNISCIENT LOVING MAKER watch over you until you step into HIS Kingdom.  And there, having fought the good fight, having finished the race and keeping the faith, the LORD OF GORY will give you the Crown of Righteousness, which the LORD, the RIGHTEOUS JUDGE, will give you on that Coronation Day.  Then you will be privileged to hear the HOLY ONE say to you, "Well done, good and faithful servant (mother); you have been faithful over a few things (your husband and children), I will make you ruler over many things. Enter into the joy of your LORD." [Matthew 25. 23]

 

A Mother’s Love is so strong and unyielding that usually endures all circumstances, good fortune and misfortune, prosperity and poverty, honour and disgrace.  Let us honour our GODly Mothers today, not only with words of praise, but with lives that reflect the impact of their holy influence!  Your Mother is always with you; she is more then a memory, she is a living presence nothing on earth can separate you...not time, not space. . . not even death!  No greater earthly love can we experience than that of our Mothers, apart from our LORD YESHUA ha'MASHIACH . 

 

"Happy Mother’s Day!" We trust you know how important you are and how much you are loved today and always.  May the ETERNAL GOD OF ISRAEL, blessed be HE, hold you ever so close in the palm of HIS hand watching over you, is our prayer.  

 

Sha’alu (Pray) for the Shalom (Peace) of Jerusalem and all of Israel!
Redeem Israel, O ELOHIYM, out of all their troubles!
 As we bid farewell to Sabbath, our prayer is that GOD, WHO separates the holy from the secular, forgive our sins, guide our life and open our mouth to declare HIS praises continually. May the ALL-PRESENT ONE fill our upcoming week with HIS DIVINE PRESENCE that HE may be glorified, and may some of the sweetness of Sabbath be present throughout your week days.
 Happy Mothers Day!!! Rather then having haywire hormones & crumpled hopes may you live to see your world fulfilled in generations past and yet to be.  May your heart be filled with perception and your words be filled with insight. May songs of praise ever be upon your tongue and your vision be on a straight path before you. May your eyes shine with the light of holy words and your face reflect the brightness of the heavens. May your lips ever speak wisdom and your fulfillment be in righteousness even as you ever yearn to hear the words of the HOLY ONE OF OLD. As a Mother and teach your children how to love and live joyfully, faithfully, righteously – in a world filled with pain and to reveal the GREAT, LOVING & MERCIFUL GOD WHOSE love is overwhelming.
The stereotypical Jewish mother. What’s a nine-letter Jewish word for mealtime? “Eat, eat, eat!”
                                                 How many Jewish mothers does it take to screw in a light bulb? None, If her kids don’t care enough about her to do it for her, she just sits in the dark.
                                                 A Jewish mother was asked how old her kids were. “The doctor is six and the lawyer is four.”
Lag b’Omer begins at evening.
Omer Day 32   

 

Praying for the peace of Jerusalem, is praying for the return of our Messiah and Lord and for the Kingdom of God He is bringing when He comes.  Then God's Will shall be done on earth as it is in Heaven and the world will experience true godly universal peace which is the fruit of Righteousness.

 

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