A Mother’s prayer has the scent of heaven! 

Someone once said, “If a mother had to choose between loving her children and breathing, She would use her last breath to tell them, ‘I LOVE YOU’!”

Although this is not everyone’s experience, those who are blessed with a close relationship with their mother know that not only is her love precious, her prayers are as powerful as her love —especially if she is one of those mothers who abides in God.  God has promised that His spirit abides in her, and Heaven hears her prayers. I remember my mother’s prayers. They have followed me and shaped my life. I’m very grateful for her unceasing prayers while she was alive.

 It’s hard to understand a mother’s love, unless you’re a mother.  But if your mother is a woman of prayer, her prayers have been covering you up to this day. 

When a mother gives a birth to her baby, she has no idea what to expect in the days to come — the hardships that she will endure while raising her child.  But one thing she knows for sure — that she will love her baby with all her being as long as she has breath in her lungs.  She does her best to learn the rules of motherhood as her child grows. She sees her hopes and dreams in her children’s eyes.  Her heart is always with them. Her love is without measure, and knows no law. If anyone dares to get in her way, they must know that she will like a mighty warrior, shielding her babies with tender prayers. She will not allow any harm to come near them. Her love always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Her love never fails her children.

 Do not underestimate the power of her prayers or the strength of her love. And please do not make your mother cry. Nothing is as painful as a mother’s tears, because her love is pure.

The word of God says in [Deuteronomy 5:16] “Honor your father and your mother, as the Lord your God commanded you, that your days may be long, and that it may go well with you in the land that the Lord your God is giving you.”

[John 15: 7] “If you abide in me, and my words abide in you, ask whatever you wish, and it will be done for you.”

This post is in the honor of all the mothers who have dedicated their lives to their children! 



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