by Jim Perdue

A Mother's Role in God's Plan
Jim Perdue
Exodus 2:1-10


Today of course is Mother's Day. It is a day that we set aside to honor our mommies. And of course this day means many things to many people. For some it is a day of sorrow. There are some that perhaps did not have a good relationship with their mother. Some have had difficulties with becoming a mother and this day remains a painful reminder of that fact. Still there are others whose children have caused great pain in the life of a mother.

With these difficult scenario's one might wonder why a pastor would dare preach on such a subject. And to that I would simply respond; as difficult as this day is for some it is also a day of great joy for many and most importantly it draws our attention to the incredible God given role that mothers have in the life of their children. It's hard to explain a mother's job so I decided to show you a simple video that paints a very clear picture. ***SHOW VIDEO***

*What NOT to Buy Your Wife: Although the only person a man usually shops for is his wife, the whole experience is a stressful one. Many a man has felt extreme frigid temperatures for a long period based on a poor present decision. As a veteran of these wars, I'm still not sure what to buy my wife, but I'll pass on what not to buy her:

Don't buy anything that plugs in. Anything that requires electricity is typically a bad idea.

Don't buy clothing that involves sizes. The chances are 1 in 7,000 that you will get her size right, and your wife will be offended the other 6,999 times. If you buy a size too large she'll say, ''How big do you think I am?'' If you buy a size to small she'll say, ''I haven't worn this size in years!''

Don't buy anything that involves weight loss or self-improvement. She'll perceive a six-month membership to a diet center as a suggestion that's she's overweight.

Don't buy jewelry. The jewelry your wife wants, you can't afford. And the jewelry you can af ...

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