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Somebody Loves You - May 13, 2018

  • 2018 May 13

SUNDAY May 13, 2018

Mother’s Day

…do not forsake the law of your mother;
for they will be a graceful ornament on your head,
and chains about your neck.…
Proverbs 1:8-9

The Scriptures speak so much about the influence that a mother has on her children. A godly mother instills in her children’s hearts the Scriptures. What important exhortation is given to children in Proverbs 1:8-9? It is the importance of not forgetting what you have been taught by your mother during your childhood and even as you entered your adulthood. Her godly teaching is what adorns your life.

Mothers are women of great influence. It is believed King Solomon’s mother Bathsheba, was the woman in Proverbs 31. She instructed the young king about the dangers of wine and seductive women. Bathsheba taught Solomon not to spend his time drinking and getting drunk or to waste his strength on sensual lusts. As the next monarch of Israel he needed to be a godly example to God’s people––Israel. Bathsheba gave her son very wise counsel.

Lois and Eunice were also women of influence; they passed on their faith to Timothy. His mother and grandmother instilled the Christian faith into his life when he was a child (2 Timothy 1:5; 2 Timothy 3:15). His father was a Greek, and it is thought that perhaps he had died. The Apostle Paul treated him as a son in the faith and continued to build on the foundation his mother and grandmother had given to him. Timothy became a young minister, and the Lord used him to share the Gospel with others.

Honor your mother today and bless her for her godly influence.

The influence of a mother upon the lives of her children cannot be measured. They know and absorb her example of attitudes when it comes to questions of honesty, temperance, kindness, and industry.
~Billy Graham~

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