Sunday, April 18, 2010

My Sacred Sunday Joyful Contribution

My mother and I

I must feature my mother here. And to all the mothers of the world, thank you for giving life.

God gives strict instructions in Exodus 20:12.
"Honour thy father and thy mother; that thy days may be long upon the land which the LORD thy GOD giveth thee."
Note: There is no claus saying, If they give you all you want!
          If they are perfect only.
          If they don't abuse you.
No, the instruction is clear. HONOUR. (respect and give credit)
Unfortunately some parents are so bad, that one may wonder.......
However, without them, we wouldn't be.

My own mother is now 92yrs old and legally blind.
She lives alone in a Retirement village by choice.
A few months back I went to care for her, the poor darling had shingles.
Putting her onto Muti-B vitamins has assisted her quick recovery.
Mum used to play the church organ....and piano at home.

Following the breakdown of my first marriage I'd go and spend much healing time with mum.
She felt, a good soak in her deep bath was the answer. So in I'd pop and lay while she played beautiful old hymns. Listening to her sing the words, caused tears of release to flow. ....

"What a friend we have in Jesus, all our sins and griefs to bear. 
What a privilege to carry, everything to God in prayer."

Thank you Mum for the faith in HIM... that you bestowed.   
Mummy(Emilee`) today with Grand daughter Shiarn.
  

20 comments:

  1. This is really a lovely post. Thank you.

    I am praying for your mother.

    God bless.

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  2. Thank you Victor, I appreciate that. God bless you toooooooooooooooooooooooooo !

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  3. I LOVED this. What a beautiful tribute to your wonderful mother. I especially liked how she comforted you with the playing and singing of the hymns. What wonderful memories you have shared. Blessings, Debbie

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  4. What a beautiful tribute to your mother. Thank you for sharing your wonderful memories with us. Great pictures too.
    Blessings,
    Charlotte

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  5. Every son and daughter should read this post, it is beautiful as is your mother. You both are so blessed to have each other. Many blessings my friend.......:-) Hugs

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  6. I had chills reading this...I pray my kids say that about me one day.She's beautiful and your thoughts of her are awesome.

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  7. What a wonderful post. Thank you for sharing a bit of your mum to us.

    God Bless

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  8. Hello Debbie, Thank you for your input. God bless you.

    Hello Charlotte, Have a blessed Sunday.

    Hiya Bernie, We are blessed to have each other..neither of us are perfect but we get on well. God Bless your visit.

    Princess Sarah, thank you for popping in. I am sure your children will and do ppraise you, though perhaps beyond your hearing!...Blessings.

    Legends Wife, You are your own special person, although I don't suspect you are aware of that....I enjoyed sharing. Thank you Hugs.

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  9. Your mother sounds like a beautiful person. Your tribute for her was perfect.
    God Bless,
    Ginger

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  10. I agree with everyone! Great reminder here sister that we must honor our father and mother. May the Lord bless you and your mom, give her strength and protection. Have a great week.

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  11. Thank you Ginger, she deserves it...When I told her I'd written she said, " Well don't know what you could write about me?" Hugs :-)

    Thank you also Sister..have a great safe week. Hugs :-)

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  12. What a nice tribute to your mom and what a wonderful way to heal....tears and joyful hymns! A good combination. God bless.

    www.myautumnyears.blogspot.com

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  13. What a nice post about your mother. I like the photo with the chicken!!!

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  14. What a lovely tribute to your mother. The photos are very sweet. (I hope she is recovering from her shingles. My father had them, they were very bad.) Thank you for sharing about her love.

    Have a blessed Sunday!

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  15. What a wonderful legacy your grandmother has left, that you are carrying on as well. That is one of my primary goals for myself and my family, including my sweet grandchildren. Thank you for the words of encouragement in that! :)

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  16. What a beautiful pictures. And what a touching post.

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  17. Beautiful in every way. Thank you for posting this and sharing form your life.

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  18. Renee,God bless you also and thank you for your visit. Hugs

    Hi L.D. My granddaughter loves her chickens (or chooks as we say). Bless you for stopping by.

    Hello Kaye,Family are very important they are our best friends...God bless you.

    Mama'ritha...Hello to Holland! Thank you and also for following, look forward to more comments.Hugs

    Clif, So nice of you to take time to comment. Hope to see you again.Blessings

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  19. Wow. So many comparisons between your mom and mine (who passed away last December). My mom turned 92 in October. She was also legally blind the last few years of her life, and when I was in high school, she was our church's organist and choir director. Please give your mom a hug and a kiss for me, and when she asks who I am, just tell her I'm "an admiring younger man!" ;-)

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  20. How lovely Silver Fox...she will delight in that. Thank you and may God bless your day.

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