“Mother is a verb. It’s something you do. Not just who you are.” —Dorothy Canfield Fisher

Today is Mother’s Day. It’s the one day that is singled out to acknowledge the efforts and sacrifices that mother’s make throughout the year. It’s impossible to express our gratitude in one day for all of the invaluable contributions that the women we call mothers have made in our lives. But we can bless and pray for them every day. So, for this week’s blog post, I’m going to share my Daily Word mediation: Blessings for Mother’s!!

I bless all mothers with thoughts of gratitude.

There’s nothing quite like a mother’s love, so nurturing, caring, and warm.

Today I bless the women in my life who express this love in all they do. Whether it’s the woman who raised me or any of the other women I know who so generously shared a mother’s love, I have felt the care of GOD through their tender touch and encouraging words. Over the years, I have grown strong and confident under their kind direction and have relied upon their wisdom.

The divine feminine flourishes on earth in the loving words and caring hands of mothers and all those who share a mother’s love. I bless them and pray they know the love of GOD as they have shared it so generously with me.

Then the mother of the child said, “As the Lord lives, and as you yourself live, I will not leave without you.” 2 Kings 4:30

It’s true, today is Mother’s Day but mothers should be celebrated every day. How? We can pray for them, bless them, honor them, share our time and attention with them., and love on them while they are still with us. Wishing my mother, Emma Lathern, and ALL mothers a Happy Mother’s Day. 

If your mom is no longer with us, my prayers are with you.  But remember that EARTH ANGEL MOMS have the ability to ascend and descend between heaven and earth. So, she still lives in your heart. (Genesis 28:12; John 1:51) 

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