Wednesday, February 14, 2007
Honoring Father and Mother
"Honor your father and mother, as the Lord has commanded you...." Deutoronomy 5:16
Thank you Lord for Tatay (my Dad). For his leadership and tender heart. My dad is the first who became a Christian in our family. He prayed for all of us and one by one we came to know the Lord personally. He is a prayer warrior. He is the most hardworking person I know, and his loyalty to his former employer (he's retired now) is beyond what they can ask for. He is very loving and patient to my mom as well as to us kids. He was a good provider. He is a Godly man. Thank you Lord for my Dad.
Thank you Lord for Nanay (my Mom). For her sacrificial love and thoughtfulness. My mom is a very loving mom. As I was growing up, I went through a pre-teen years when I passively rebelled from her, yet Nanay never gave up on me. There are many tender memories I have with my mom. And now that I am a mom myself, I am even more appreciative of her.
Thank you Lord for Mom (Donna, my mother-in-law). For her courage and support. She has always been good to me. She is a very strong woman. She lost her first husband, my hubby's dad, when their kids (2 boys) were teenagers and she raised her them well. After 6 years, she re-married and live happily..then several years ago lost her second husband. I pray that you will comfort her in this time of loneliness and depression.
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Thanks for sharing your grateful heart, bless you.
Aw, how sweet! I love my parents a lot too for the same reasons.
Thanks for sharing!
Sweet list. Thanks for sharing
Thank you for sharing your thankful list today with us. It is awesome that you are honoring your parents and your MIL.
Blessings on your day and always...
What a blessing to read your post. I can feel the love that you have for your family by reading your words. Are you going to send them a copy?
WOW, that's a beautiful tribute to the parents in your life. Thanks for sharing.
Blessings to you.
Bless you for sharing. Sending comfort along for your mother-in-law.
What a neat way to do this weeks Thankful Thursday! It was beautiful!! Blessings to you!
Wonderful! You are very blessed!
Thank you for sharing this thankful list. Your comments about your mom really encouraged this mother of five teenagers more than you can know!
I hope your parents and mil are able to see this post. What a blessing!
That's neat, blessings like this are so important :-)
Beautifully written Thankful Thursday!
Also wanted to share that my father was the first Christian in his family and shares your dad's work ethic, prayer life, and family values. I feel so blessed!
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