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No man is poor who has a Godly Mother.
A postcard arrived in the mail. Then another. And a third. They were unsigned. But one could tell they came from the same person—an elderly mother who had given her all for her son but was getting only cruel abuse in return.
She wrote, "Will you please print some articles on how Christian people should treat their elderly parents and widows? I have been physically and verbally abused by a son who professes to be a Christian."
To think about such a tragedy on Mother's Day can give new meaning to this special time. This is a day to celebrate the goodness of motherhood. It is our chance to say thank you to the one who has nursed our pains and cheered our gains. This is a time to honor Mother for being a guiding light, a calming sight, and a warrior for right.
But don't stop with just one day a year. If you are living at home, give daily praise and offers of help. If you have left the family home, make frequent phone calls and visits. Express your love and appreciation often. It's your turn now to meet Mother's need.
Think about your relationship with your mother. Do you treat her as someone special?
God has conferred on motherhood
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Hi, I'm Ralph Gregore Masalihit!
An RFP Graduate (Registered Financial Planner Institute - Philippines).
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