Find a Mother

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By Davalynn Spencer @davalynnspencer

Not everyone has a living mother to hug, call, or send flowers to on Mother’s Day.

And not every mothering woman has a child.

Many of those women are aunts, neighbors, sisters, or friends.

Like that little lady at church who always knows exactly what to say when you’re down.

Or the woman you talk to about raising kids and how you wish you’d done a few things differently.

What about the young mother of five under 10 whose hands are blistered from the rope she’s clinging to?

This Mother’s Day, find a mother and thank her for what she does. Call her. Send her a card. Mow her lawn, fix her dinner, watch her toddler for a couple of hours.

She’s demonstrating a kind of love that God compares to His own.

Can a mother forget her nursing child?
Can she feel no love for the child she has borne?
But even if that were possible,
I would not forget you!
See, I have written your name on the palms of my hands.
Isaiah 49:15

Praise God. He loves us even more than our mothers do.


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2 thoughts on “Find a Mother

  1. Karen Gee

    Reaching out to others is a great way to demonstrate the love of God!
    We need to remind ourselves that there is always a mother, father, or child we can reach out to, to show our love by helping them in some way.
    It gives us great joy to help or even pray with someone!

    1. davalynn

      Absolutely, Karen. Thanks for sharing.


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