Friday 8 May 2015

High Five For Friday- 08.05.2015

Hello Friday!  This upcoming weekend is a special weekend.  I will be celebrating my very first Mother's Day.  I wanted to do something a little different this Friday.  I wanted to share with you the five people I will be praying for this Mother's Day.

1.) Those who no longer have their Moms to celebrate with.  Mothers are so important and the loss of a parent is devastating.  I am so thankful for my Mom.  I truly do not know what I would do without her.

2.)  Mothers who have lost a child.  This heartbreak is beyond comprehension.

3.)  Mothers who have experienced miscarriage or stillbirth.  I have close friends who have had miscarriages and it is devastating.  These mothers mourn the loss of a child that they didn't get to know outside of their womb.  They love these children deeply and will always wonder who that little person would have been.

4.)  Women who yearn for children, but have not been blessed with them.  This one hits very close to home.  My husband and I dealt with infertility for three years before being blessed with our daughter.  Infertility is so very difficult.  It seems to hang over you like a dark cloud.

5.)  Mothers who are raising children on their own.  These women are incredibly strong.  I constantly lean on my husband.  These women have to be both Mom and Dad and they don't have to take a partner to take care of them.

I pray that these people find peace and comfort this Mother's Day.  I pray that the Mothers will feel loved and cared for.  I am so thankful to celebrate with our little baby this year.  I will keep these other women in my prayers and hold them in my heart.  I hope all of you have a wonderful weekend.

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  1. What sweet thoughts. I need to remember to do the same thing. There are so many people in our lives that fall into each category. Hope YOU enjoy and cherish your first Mother's Day. It's such a special one. Have a great weekend!

    Katie @ Cup of Tea

    1. Thank you, Katie! I had a wonderful Mother's Day! I hope you did too!