A Mom's Prayer

A Mom's Prayer


Dear Lord, It's such a hectic day,

With little time to stop and pray,

For Life's been anything but calm,

Since You called me to be a Mom,

Running errands, matching socks,

Building dreams with matching blocks,

Cooking, cleaning, finding shoes,

And other stuff that children lose,

Fitting lids on bottled bugs,

Wiping tears and giving hugs,

A stack of last week's mail to read,

So where's the quiet time I need?

Yet, when I steal a moment, Lord,

Just at the sink or ironing board,

To ask the blessings of Your grace,

I see them, in my small one's face,

That you have blessed me

All the while --

And I stoop to kiss

That precious smile.

~~ Author Unknown ~~


Just close your Eyes and open your heart,
And feel your worries and cares depart.

Just yield yourself to the Father above,
And let him hold you secure in his love.

For life on earth grows more involved,
With endless problems that can't be solved,

But God only ask us to do our best, Then he will take over and finish the rest...

So when you are tired, discouraged and blue, There is always one door that is open to you,

And that is the door to The House of Prayer, And you'll find God waiting to meet you there.

And The House of Prayer is no further away, than the quiet spot where you kneel and pray.

For the heart is a temple when God is there
As we place ourselves in his loving care.

And he hears every prayer and answers each one When we Pray in His name - Thy will be done.

The burdens that seemed too heavy to bear Are lifted away on the wings of a prayer.

~~ Author Unknown ~~

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