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    The second Sunday of May has been set aside for the express purpose of honoring our Mothers. God has given Mothers a very special place in His order.

    Mother's Day had its beginning with Miss Anna Jarvis, a Sunday school teacher at a Methodist Church in Grafton, West Virginia. Her mother had taught Sunday school at the same church. On May 12, 1907, she gave carnations to all the mothers and Mother's Day was born.

    In Ezekiel 19:2 the question is raised, "What is thy Mother?" In God's order of Father, Son and Holy Ghost, mothers are likened unto the Holy Ghost. If we find out what He does, we find the role of the Mother. She is the motivator in the home. She not only has been given the privilege of birthing the babies but as well instilling in them much of her own character. Ezekiel 19:10 says, "Thy mother is like a vine in thy blood." Mother's have great influence on our children. That is why it is so important that they be Godly mothers. It is more often than not the mother that hears from the child about, "Who is God?" and "What does it mean to be saved?" They must have the right answers and when these answers come from the Word of God, Biblical principles are instilled in the child.

    What a great honor has been bestowed on Mothers to be chosen to lead and guide in the family.

    Thank God for Godly mothers.

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