Monday, May 15, 2017

"Those who trust in the Lord, will be like Mount Zion which cannot be moved, but abides forever.   {Psalm 125:1}

Another Mother's Day has come, and gone and still many don't understand the importance of mothers. It runs much deeper than the menial task of keeping a house. It runs deep to the core of every child and husband. Someone has to be the heart of the home. Someone has to be able to pull everyone together when life isn't all light and roses.

I know many of you know about this first hand, and I never want to stop repeating myself on this one. Mothering is the back-bone of a civil society. "The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world" is a poem written by Willian Ross Wallace in 1865, but it is just as true today as it was then. Citizen Go, a foundation that stands for traditional christian values asked for petition signers to send a message to the UN that would tell them that motherhood is not a burden. It can be ridiculously hard at times, overwhelming at others, but not a burden. The UN wants to make it illegal in some countries for mothers to stay home.? What actually do they think that will do?

It has been proven that a society where mothers are home, caring for their young ones is a nation that raises strong, resilient individuals that can stand during the tough times, and take action when it needs to be taken. When that nurturing is missing something vital is missing in young people's lives. Teachers can see the difference in their classrooms, as lawyers can see it in their clients.

Those who are raised believing God and trusting Him with their lives have nothing to fear. A mother who imparts the truth to her babies has done her county a great service, because those same children, will make considerable contributions wherever they are. God's ways are forever the same, and a nation that fears the Lord will stand whatever comes it's way.

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