by Marvin D. Patterson

Mothers in Heaven Who Are Looking Down Upon Us!
Marvin Patterson
2 Corinthians 5:8


An elementary science class had been studying magnets, and how metal objects are attracted to them. At the end of the semester the teacher put on exam this question: 6 letters, starts w/ "M", picks up things, what am I? Over half the children wrote [say it together...] "Mother"!

She needs a sincere thank you, and not just today, but from a genuinely thankful heart when least expected!

Do you love and support your mother for all that she has done for you?

ILL. Billy Graham says his favorite story is of a husband who was not very attentive to his wife. But one day he started feeling guilty about that, and decided to change. So on his way home from work he bought a box of candy and some flowers to surprise his wife.

He walks up to the door and rings the doorbell. She opens it, and there he stands, candy in one hand, flowers in the other, singing, "I love you truly, truly, Dear." Instantly she starts crying, big old tears just gushing out of her eyes. She sobs, "Oh, Harry! Everything went wrong today. We had a leak in the plumbing. The kids were terrible. The house is a wreck. And now you come home drunk!"

So be careful of how supportive you are. I mean, sometimes you may need to slip into it just a step at a time. But be a good, supportive husband.

We are here today to honor all of our mothers! Thank you mothers for your hard work and all the sacrifice that you have made into our lives to help us to be the best that we could be for our Lord! You are special, loved, and unique for the contributions that you have made which last a life time, and the love that you have shown, from the moment that you heard the news that you were going to have a baby! The excitement and anticipation that God had looked down and favored you with a precious child who would have an eternal soul! Wanda got up one morning and said that she didn't feel well. I tol ...

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