Prayer Poem

Poem About The Blessings Of Motherhood

A mother writes about the gifts of motherhood and hopes and prays she has raised her children with proper values.

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The poem really touched me. It shows the love the parent has for her children and how she is grateful to the Lord to the gifts. It's edifying and educative.

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Greatest Love

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Published: February 2006

I always knew I'd be a mom
since I was just a girl.
And when God blessed me with you four
you each became my world.
He said now take these precious gifts
and show them greatest love.
Because he gave them here to me
from Heaven up above.
He said to teach them what is right
by what you do and say.
And please remember as a mom
to teach them how to pray.
The years go by so fast you know
no matter what we do.
And wherever your paths may lead
my heart will go with you.
I only hope I served you well
and showed you greatest love.
I hope I taught you how to pray
and thank your God above.
Always remember,
to be your mom
is a blessing every day.
For to me God sent a precious gift
Brelyn, Sarah, Garrison and Shalah Rae

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  • 2 years ago

The poem really touched me. It shows the love the parent has for her children and how she is grateful to the Lord to the gifts. It's edifying and educative.

  • Hannah Fly by Hannah Fly
  • 4 years ago

This has really touched me. The poem was so relative, and very sad. I have seen a movie like this, but not quite the same. Called - Letters To God.
I cried for so long, because the little boy in the movie was so strong with God, and very intense with him. It was like he cared for his relationship for God. I understand. And I'm pretty sure the little boy Ellis, was just as strong as the boy in the movie, Tyler, was. Keeping you in prayer! God Bless You!

  • Raul Cainghug by Raul Cainghug
  • 6 years ago

This Poem reminded me of my own Mother. The Love and Guidance we received from her and my Father was immeasurable that guided us to raising our own family. Honesty, Humility, hard work and a fear of God was the virtues handed down to us by Mother and Father.

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