Happy Mother’s Day to all Mother’s Living and Deceased…



Today we thank our mother’s whether they are living, deceased, or could not make it to this day and for the mothers that lost their child or baby and missed out on raising that child or whatever the circumstance may be.  They will always be a mother in our hearts and to the child they lost! I want to thank all the mother’s out there for all the hard work they do to raise a family and for sacrificing for their families day in and day out.  I want you all to know that we will never forget our mother’s and we will continue to talk to them in prayer.  YOU ARE NEVER FORGOTTEN! This is a hard day for many people and I want to take a few minutes to say a few prayers to let them know that I am thinking of them:

God bless the mother who has lost a part of herself now.  Her child is gone, and yet she knows she must go on somehow.  She’ll never be who she was once, before her child was taken, and some days she can’t help but feel her heart has been forsaken.  They say you give the hardest tasks to those you know are strong.  But her task is so painful, Lord…it’s one that lasts a lifelong.  Please help her rise each time that she falls, give her courage for her fears.  Have angels hover ever near to dry her endless tears.  Keep her close within your arms each moment that they’re apart. Please give her comfort while she grieves…God sooth her aching heart every night before she goes to sleep and when she wakes up each day.

If roses grow in heaven, Lord please pick a bunch for me, place them in my mother’s arms and tell her they’re from me.

Mom, Things I feel most deeply are the hardest things to say, Dearest mom I loved you in a very special way.  If I could have one lifetime wish, one dream that could come true, I’d pray to God with all my heart for yesterday with you.


All loving God we give you thanks and praise for mothers young and old.  We pray for young mothers, who give life and count toes and tend to our every need; May they be blessed with patience and tenderness to care for their families and themselves with great joy.  We pray for our own mothers who have nurtured and cared for us; may they continue to guide in strong and gentle ways.  We remember mothers who are separated from their children because of war, poverty or conflict; May they feel the loving embrace of our God who wipes every tear away.  We pray for women who are not mothers but still love and shape us with motherly care and compassion.  We remember mothers grandmothers, and great-grandmothers who are no longer with us but who live forever in our memory and nourish us with their love.




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