For Mom Mother, I Love You by sa20392

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 Mot her s Day Weekend For: Mom
                    Mother, I Love You
Pastor Jim Garlow • Skyline Church • Mother’s Day Weekend May 12 & 13, 2007
1. “Thank you, Mother, for g_________________ u_______ so
  much for me”
  Warnings against un______________ and dis__________
     • Isaiah 45:10 – no child should ever d___________ his mother
     • Proverbs 15:20 – only a f_________ is disrespectful of his / her
      mother
     • Proverbs 23:22 – take care of your mother when she is
      e_____________
     • Exodus 20:12 – key to long life: h___________ your mother
     • Leviticus 19:1-3 – how God feels about this:
     “r___________________ her”

Consider for a moment what Mother’s endure

2. “Thank you, Mother, for p__________________________ for me”

    • II Timothy 1:5 – the Bible’s greatest p_____________ was
     spiritually shaped by m_______________ and
     g________________________

     “Mother, thank you for praying!”
3. “Say thank you to Mother while y________ c_________

Your opportunity to affirm your (living) mother . . .
       . . . or remember your (deceased) mother.
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 Mot her s Day Weekend For: Mom
                    Mother, I Love You
Pastor Jim Garlow • Skyline Church • Mother’s Day Weekend May 12 & 13, 2007
1. “Thank you, Mother, for Giving Up so
  much for me”
  Warnings against ungratefulness and disrespect
     • Isaiah 45:10 – no child should ever disrespect his mother
     • Proverbs 15:20 – only a fool is disrespectful of his / her
      mother
     • Proverbs 23:22 – take care of your mother when she is
      elderly
     • Exodus 20:12 – key to long life: honor your mother
     • Leviticus 19:1-3 – how God feels about this:
     “respect her”

Consider for a moment what Mother’s endure

2. “Thank you, Mother, for praying for me”

    • II Timothy 1:5 – the Bible’s greatest pastor was
     spiritually shaped by mother and
     grandmother

     “Mother, thank you for praying!”
3. “Say thank you to Mother while you can

Your opportunity to affirm your (living) mother . . .
       . . . or remember your (deceased) mother.

								
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