God’s Grace


Motherhood is a privilege. All tasks of motherhood, from the mundane to the soul-shaping, require His full love.

Acts 6: 8

Now Stephen, a man full of God’s grace and power, did great wonders and miraculous signs among the people. 

What would it look like to be a woman full of God’s grace and power? What kind of a life would you have to live? You would have to live a life full of love and mercy. A life fully devoted and focused on God. Your life would have to be full of compassion and mercy. You would have to be bold in your faith, not for the sake of being bold, but because you couldn’t contain it. When people would look at your life, they would instantly see something different in you. Your love for others would set you apart. 

In the everyday world of a mother, how can I show God’s full love? Would I need to have love while I wash the dishes or take out the trash?  It is all in your attitude. You can be full of love while washing dishes or taking out the trash. You can realize that no job is too small, that God is in the smallest of details as well as the bigger things in life. A mom needs to recognize the importance of her job and embrace it. Being the mother to children is the greatest gift a woman can have. We as moms, get the privilege to train up the next generation. We are influencing our children and setting the course for the future.  

Prayer: Father, Thank You for the privilege and gift of being a mother to my children. Help me to recognize that all the tasks of motherhood, from the mundane to the soul-shaping, require Your full love. Thank You, God, for the grace, power, and love You have given to me. Help me daily to pour these gifts into my children. Amen.

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