by James Merritt

Wonder Woman
James Merritt
Proverbs 31:10-31


1. When I mention the word ''mother'' what do you think about? A group of second graders were asked what they thought about their mother. They were asked various questions about moms and their answers are fascinating.

2. Why Did God Make Mothers?
To help us out of there when we were getting born.
How Did God Make Mothers?
Magic plus superpowers and a lot of stirring.
What Ingredients Are Mothers Made Of?
God makes mothers out of clouds and angel hair and everything nice in the world and one dab of mean.
Why Did God Give You Your Mother And Not Some Other Mom?
God knew she would like me a lot more than other people's moms would like me.
What Kind Of A Little Girl Was Your Mother?
I don't know, because I wasn't there, but my guess would be pretty bossy, but they did say she used to be nice.
Why Did Your Mom Marry Your Dad?
She got too old to do anything else with him.
Who Is The Boss At Your House?
Mom is. She doesn't want to be, but she has to because Dad is such a goofball.
What Is The Difference Between Moms And Dads?
Moms work at work and work at home and dads just go to work at work
What Does Your Mom Do In Her Spare Time?
Mothers don't do spare time.
What Would It Take To Make Your Mom Perfect?
On the inside she is already perfect. On the outside some type of plastic surgery.
If You Could Change One Thing About Your Mom What Would It Be?
I would like her to get rid of those invisible eyes in the back of her head.

3. Today, I want to see what God thinks about moms. The wisest man who ever lived, a king named Solomon, wrote basically an entire chapter on the wonders of a wonderful mother. [Turn to Proverbs 31] I just want to say when I read Proverbs 31 I see the mother of my own children. If I have ever known a Proverbs 31 woman it is my precious bride, Teresa. Children are sweet and dads are super, but moms are special. The father may be the head of the home and the ...

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