How exactly do you thank your mother for being your mother?
I mean, seriously… this woman carried you in her body for nine months; she endured back-breaking, ankle-swelling discomfort, sleepless nights, weird food cravings, dramatic weight gain, and hormone fluctuations that make pinball machines appear tame.
That’s not even saying a thing, either, about the insanity of delivering you. Believe me, I’ve been in the delivery room multiple times. You could tell your mom ‘thank you’ from here to eternity and it still wouldn’t be enough to communicate the gratitude she deserves for keeping you (in this abortion crazy culture), carrying you, and giving birth to you.
So where does that leave you on Mother’s Day? What’s your plan to celebrate her motherhood?
This year, I wanted to drop some Biblical wisdom that you might want to take to prayer and share with mom for Mother’s Day (or anytime, for that matter).
Here are some…