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  1. Thank you all for this article. Mothers are all certainly “brave” because a decision is made knowingly and sometimes unknowingly that the body will be changed to prepare for a new life. The changes will keep materializing forever . . .

    Children need love (unconditional), forgiveness, patience, understanding, tolerance, compassion, tenderness, barriers, and nurturing. Now this takes a team of supportive caregivers so that the mother can learn to rest, enjoy her new role, eat well, read, listen to music, and pray for her new baby, and herself. This job is the most rewarding job that she will ever embrace.

    Now after years of working this job, the mother will need to slowly move forward to helping herself be strong and start to prepare for her newest role as an empty nester. Wow, this is another difficult job ! Prayer is a must to move ahead with guidance from God. The Holy Spirit will remind this mother that God can take care of our children and He can take care of us mothers too.

    Trust in God. Yes, it takes patience and prayer to learn this path on our Christian Journey.

    God bless all you Mothers

    Your Sister in Christ

  2. In Courage,

    Bravery means the quality or state of having or showing mental or moral strength to face danger, fear, or difficulty. Bible characters certainly had to be brave-especially the woman. I think of queen Esther who went in to see the king before being called, and Ruth leaving her family to go back with Naomi to name a few others.

    Moms have a hard job raising Godly children in this time. They deserve a standing ovation. It takes bravery to let your children go out into this world. Moms have to fervently trust God like Jochebed did. Thanks for an interesting post.

    Blessings 🙂