TODAY’S PROPHETIC THOUGHT
I hear you. I know it seems like I Am not listening–that I Am silent, but I assure you, I Am not. My timing is perfect so learn to wait. If the answer is no, I have something better than what you asked for.
Unlike the world, God loves to include women in everything He does and Jesus says moms are very important to the Kingdom. One of His last acts on earth was to take care of His mama.
Now there stood by the cross of Jesus His mother…When Jesus saw His mother, and the disciple whom He loved standing by, He said to His mother, “Woman, behold your son!” Then He said to the disciple, “Behold your mother!” And from that hour that disciple took her to his own home. – John 19:25-27
Mary had a big impact on Jesus. Just like her, moms are supernaturally anointed to make a powerful impact upon their child’s life. The sheer amount of time mama’s spend with their kids is a big part of that.
Another huge role of the mama is to be the healer. That’s why it’s so horrible – even demonic – when a mama is the hurter, when the mama refuses to make things better. That goes against her anointing.
Just like that, mama’s carry influence from season to season that nobody else in the world can carry. Even dad cannot carry it the way a mama can. Why?
Because mamas tend to grow as their children grow. Dads don’t really do that. Now hopefully, dads will grow, but dads are so single-minded, they don’t typically see all the things mom sees. Men are made to be more single-minded. That’s how God Almighty designed men.
That’s why mamas see things daddies don’t see, and they can heal things that daddies cannot heal.
To all you moms out there who feel like your words are falling on deaf ears, if you feel like your children will never get saved and your prayers concerning your kids will never be answered, I tell you God sees you. He hears you and cherishes your prayers. He loves it when you bring healing and influence your kids for the Kingdom.
Jesus loves His mama. He loves you and yours too.
FROM MY SERMON SERIES NEXT OF KIN