Twelve-year-old girls love horses.Most kids choose chocolate pie over custard.
Whatever Sissy wants, everyone in school already has one.Junior always rips his newest jeans.
Moms pray for their kids.
Some things in life you can count on. It’s the facts of family life. Or maybe not.
Moms should pray for their kids. It’s in the job description somewhere, isn’t it? One thing’s for sure, more good pours out on
this war-torn, sin-sick world through the prayers of mothers than any other
power source. “If it weren’t for my praying mama, I don’t know where I’d be
today.” We hear it so often, it’s a cliché.
Not all moms pray, of course. But everybody needs somebody who can be counted on to pray for them … like a praying mom … or a
spiritual dad … or a caring brother or sister.
. “ (Romans 1:9 NLT)
Adapted from How To Be A Good Mom
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