Prayer For Mothers-In-Law

Overcoming Conflict With Your Mother-In-Law

Prayer For Mothers-In-Law

Mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law are family partners fused together by circumstance and law. To be thrown into a close family relationship without giving consent or being consulted is a daunting challenge. The mother-in-law/ daughter-in-law relationship is without question, complicated. But overcoming this challenge is possible.

So much changes for a family when the adult children fall in love and marry. Suddenly there are new members who, by decree of law and circumstance, are expected to be embraced and included into the fold. By all means, the challenge is a daunting one, especially for mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law.

Even though the mother-in-law may have had no direct input into her son’s decision of who and when to marry, other than years of intense prayer for her child’s mate-to-be, the fact remains that the family experience is definitely impacted by the soul-mate selection made by her offspring.

The Challenge Goes Both Ways

In the same way, the daughter-in-law who may have chosen to join with her husband in holy matrimony has to face the challenge of being joined in a holy alliance with the rest of his family. By the sheer nature of the relationship she is expected to melt into a household of folks that are often unfamiliar and at times very different from her family of origin.

The reality is that every holiday, every special occasion, even the continuance of the coming generations pivot on the choice to unite families through marriage. Whether the parents-in-law or the adult children realize it or not, the choices that are made are life-altering for the entire family.

For most parents, the grace to love and enfold these new family-members-by-law is a mere continuum of the parental love they enjoy with their own kids.

However, there are those situations that may require an attitude adjustment. Inevitably, embarrassing moments and even outright conflicts occur in in-law relationships.

Sometime the problem happens not a vindictive, hateful motive, but simply ignorance or insensitivity.

The following is an account of an older-but-wiser daughter-in-law who has struggled with her share of conflicting situations with an alcoholic mother-in-law. There are principles of conduct illustrated by the restraint and the positive actions of this woman named Amelia that will help in dealing with conflicts.

The Complicated In Law Relationship

When my mother-in-law would come to visit us, I never knew who was going to show up. It all depended on how much she’d had to drink.

Since she was an alcoholic, we soon discovered that her personality varied. Thus her behavior was greatly influenced by how much liquor she’d consumed.

In a strange way, it really helped to have something else to blame rather than to just assume she didn’t love her son or his family.

My mother-in-law was a very complicated person. Although I found it terribly irritating when she introduced me to her friends as her “fat daughter-in-law,” I tried to look past her steely, gruff, ill-mannered ways. It was mostly respect for my husband’s feelings that I was willing to put up with so much mistreatment.

I made a concerted effort to look behind the scenes at her behavior. Even though there was no excuse for being so rude, I had to acknowledge that she had lived a very hard life. She was widowed twice, and was raised by a mean, hateful father. She was also neglected by a distracted mother.

Her children had all moved away from her, and understandably so. Still she was a sad, lonely old woman who had put up a thick wall to keep out the hurt.

But to her detriment, the barriers that she erected to protect herself from harm unintentionally deflected any love that happened to come her way.

A Different Person Behind the Scenes

It wasn’t until after she died that I realized she’d never let any of us get to know the person she really was. Sadly she died very suddenly. We went into her house to tend to her affairs the same day she died. To our astonishment, we found posted notes all around the house.

Over the kitchen sink was a notation reminding her to pray for her grandson. In the bathroom, tacked to the mirror was a reminder to pray for her granddaughter. On and on the notes were placed.

Everyone in her family had a special spot, where she would lift them up to the Lord in prayer.

It’s so strange, we thought. As many times as we had visited her, we had never seen what was going on in her heart and in her home after we left. Even though she put up a facade of distance, we now realize she really did love her family the best way she could.

After hearing Amelia’s account, I asked her, “What did you do over the years to overcome the conflicts you experienced with your mother-in-law?” She shared what I’ve come to call the 3 keys to overcoming conflict.

KEY 1: KEEP YOUR DISTANCE:

“As much as I desired for my mother-in-law to be a part of our family, to know her grandchildren and enjoy her life, I came to realize that there are some people you just have to keep at arm’s length. Try as you might when that person is a destructive presence in your life you have to take measures toward self-preservation.”

Amelia’s first step toward making peace with her mother-in-law was an excellent example of the biblical model found in Romans 12:14-21. That passage offers some incredible wisdom for all who encounter ongoing conflicts with others. It reads:

“Bless those who persecute you. Bless and do not curse. Rejoice with those who rejoice, and weep with those who weep. Be of the same mind toward one another. Do not be haughty in mind, but associate with the lowly. Do not be wise in your own estimation. Never pay back evil for evil to anyone. Respect what is right in the sight of all men.

If possible, so far as it depends on you, be at peace with all men. Never take your own revenge, beloved. But leave room for the wrath of God. For it is written, ‘Vengeance is mine, I will repay,’ says the Lord. ‘But if your enemy is hungry, feed him. And if he is thirsty, give him a drink. For in so doing you will heap burning coals on his head. Do not be overcome by evil.

But overcome evil with good.’“

Do Not Stop Trying in Overcoming Conflict

This admonition from God’s Word offers some incredibly important wisdom for anyone who encounters ongoing conflict with others. God acknowledges that there are some people who will refuse to be pleasant and peaceable.

This verse is not an excuse to stop trying to show love toward a disagreeable in-law. An individual can do all the praying in the world.

But if the other person refuses to listen to God, then the fact must be faced that there is a limit to what can be done to reach her heart.

Even with this passage in mind, Amelia continued to keep in touch with her mother-in-law. She said,

“Our family sent cards on her birthday, and gifts for the holidays. We called her on a regular basis, and visited her as much as we thought wise. When we went to see her, we tried to keep her limitations in mind. Since she was used to being alone, we knew that bringing small children into her homemade her nervous. She worried about her knickknacks getting broken.

So we decided it was best if we met in a more ‘child friendly’ environment. The McDonald’s playground became a comfortable spot for a short, noisy visit. The children could eat, play, and make messes, and it didn’t harm our relationship. Sometimes we would choose to meet at a local park. There she was free to watch the children play.

And there was no concern for her flower garden, her pets, or her possessions.”

This daughter-in-law must be commended for her unselfish efforts at bridging the in-law gap. Much to her credit, she had learned that “keeping her distance” physically didn’t necessitate cutting the mother-in-law off from their love.

KEY 2: KEEP YOUR TONGUE:

Thankfully, Amelia’s story contains a second step to overcoming conflict. Along with keeping a safe distance and taking precautions to make what time that is spent together pleasant, it is also imperative that we keep a watch over words. Amelia continued,

“After my mother-in-law died, I was especially glad I had bitten my tongue on more than one occasion. Believe me, I can’t count how many times I wanted to blast right back at her when she said things to me that hurt my feelings. Of course, I didn’t her critical spirit when it was aimed my way.

But nothing upset me more than when she would berate my husband. Keeping my tongue in control was, and is, one of the most serious lessons in humility I have dealt with. There were times when everything in me would want to scream, ‘You can’t talk to me that.

’ However, I discovered that when I was willing to hold back revengeful, cutting words, God then would supply the strength to control them.'”

Amelia was a living example of one who wisely accepted the truth found in Proverbs 18:21: “Death and life are in the power of the tongue, and those who love it will eat its fruit.

“ When we’re willing to humble ourselves before the Lord and submit to the authority of His Word by obeying it, then we are in the best position possible.

Isaiah 66:2 says, “But to this one I will look, to him who is humble and contrite of spirit, and who trembles at My word.“

KEY 3: KEEP SMILING:

When it comes to family relationships, what Amelia finally chose to do reminds us that we have access to a divine alternative that has the potential to heal weary hearts. Ultimately, she realized she could either learn to laugh at her unpleasant situation. Nor could she lambaste the one who was stepping on her toes during her tedious in-law dance.

Though not always easy to find, Amelia managed to root out some lighter moments in her relationship with her mother-in-law. By doing so, the heaviness of tension was relieved somewhat.

“My efforts to bring some levity into the situation was sort of one-sided. Not much humor came my way. Instead, I was regular in delivering ‘the goods.’ I began to cut out funny stories magazines, cartoons newspapers, and copied humorous e-mails that others would send me.

When I’d go visit, I’d take an envelope stuffed with funnies and give them to her. Sometimes she’d read them while I was there and, to my amazement, I’d hear her quietly chuckle at a few of the things. It was somehow medicinal to hear her when she tentatively giggled.

To be honest, the humor I found from it all was just knowing that I really did ‘get to her.'”

We all have the same choice that Amelia had. The book of Proverbs gives us some good reasons to keep a sense of humor. Proverbs 15:13 reminds us that “a joyful heart makes a cheerful face.

“ Forget about the laugh lines and go for it! Also we are told in verse 15, “A cheerful heart has a continual feast.“ It’s O.K. to keep laughing. That’s because a “joyful heart is good medicine.

But a broken spirit dries up the bones.“ (Proverbs 17:22)

Keep in mind this truth I once heard:

  • We serve a God who is more than able to change our misery into a ministry.
  • He is able to transform our every test into a testimony.
  • And He is the Master of taking our helpless mess and turning it into a message of hope.

Don’t let a difficult situation with your in-laws rob you of your joy and sense of humor.

Set up the boundaries of love. Live by them, even if the other one keeps stepping over the line.

As we learn to get along with our extended families, we should be blessed to know that in-laws are another way God provides more folks with whom we can give and receive love.

This (edited) article is found in the wonderful book titled, The Mother-in-Law Dance: Can Two Women Love the Same Man and Still Get Along? It is written by Annie Chapman, and is published by Harvest House Publishers.

 This book has so much more to offer than we could give you here in this article. I’ve (Cindy) always loved everything Annie has written. But this is one of her best.

I’d highly recommend this book to everyone to read who either is a mother-in-law or has a mother-in-law.

— ALSO —

The following is another article, which you may find helpful to read (posted on the Kubic.org web site) on this issue:

• HOW TO MAKE PEACE WITH YOUR MOTHER-IN-LAW

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The Mother-in-Law Dance: Can Two Women Love the Same Man and Still Get Along?

Prayer For Mothers-In-Law

I love to dance! Truthfully, I’m not any good at it, but I to try. Most observers would consider my style of movement as toe dancing. Oh, no, I’m not a ballerina. I just spend most of my time on my dance partner’s toes.

Regardless of my lack of fluidity, when it comes to dancing one thing is for sure: If I’m going to venture out on the floor to trip the light fantastic, I want the privilege of picking my dance partner.

But that doesn’t happen with in-laws.

Mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law are family partners fused together by circumstance and law. To be thrown into a close family relationship without giving consent or being consulted is a daunting challenge. But it’s a challenge that can be overcome. The mother-in-law/daughter-in-law relationship is without question a complicated dance.

Yet, by the very nature of the relationship, these two women are expected to immediately move freely and beautifully in synchronized harmony. Rarely is this connectedness and closeness realized overnight. In fact, the in-law dance can be a tedious tango.

And perhaps some of you have already discovered that a long-lasting, positive relationship requires time, wisdom, compromise, grace, and prayer.

As a daughter-in-law and a mother-in-law, I’ve been an active dance partner for many years. To help you make your in-law relationship more loving, I offer you my experience in the delicate negotiations and gentle understanding that is required for establishing loving, healthy in-law relationships.

Through hundreds of conversations with women and specially designed questionnaires many more completed, I’ve garnered some general principles, potential missteps to watch out for, and practical ideas to help you create more positive interactions with your in-law.

I’m sure you’ll be able to relate to some of their stories and how they’ve dealt with in-law issues.

I have, however, changed names, altered specific details, and lightly edited some comments to protect the privacy and integrity of the women who graciously shared their stories.

In The Mother-in-Law Dance, you’ll also discover solid biblical principles that will encourage your own spiritual growth and help you get along positively with your mother-in-law or daughter-in-law. Any book on relationships would not be complete without the wisdom from God’s Word and the love and grace experienced through a dynamic relationship with His Son, Jesus.

As you discover how to move gracefully in tandem with your in-law, you’ll discover that your relationship can be an enjoyable, lifelong adventure as well as an exciting privilege!

The first time I ever met my daughter-in-law was when she was introduced to me as my son’s wife. Not only was I shocked by the sudden decision they had made to get married, but I was also emotionally crushed at the reality that I had not been invited to my own son’s wedding.

I tried, as best I could, to hide my hurt feelings. I can’t help but feel that I was cheated a day I had dreamed of since my son was a little boy.

I wondered, “Is this the woman I had prayed for all these years?” I know my son is at fault, too, but it’s going to take some time for me to feel right by his wife.

I didn’t expect him to understand the importance of his wedding day to me because he’s never been very sentimental, but I do think his wife should have put herself in my place. Now I have to act everything is fine and dandy, but it’s not.

May I Have This Dance?

The candles are lit, the room glows with a soft yellow hue, the groom, the pastor, and the wedding party are in place at the altar.

As all eyes eagerly watch the closed door at the chapel’s entrance, suddenly the air is changed from the sweet stillness of anticipation to the first notes of the beautiful music chosen for the wedding processional.

As the doors swing open, the bride’s heart races at the sound of the melodic cue to make that long-awaited, slow walk down the aisle of matrimony. But as the song plays, the lovely bride does not realize that she is not the only lady in the room who has been cued by the music.

Her mother-in-law-to-be is also called to respond to the melody. While the young woman in white moves gracefully with the music toward her chosen one, the song calls the mother of the groom to graciously step to the side. In reality, the wedding processional is not just for the bride, it is also a cue for a lifelong dance to begin for two special women in one man’s life.

How true it is that so much changes for a family when the adult children fall in love and marry. Suddenly there are new members who, by decree of law and circumstance, are expected to be embraced and included into the fold. By all means, the challenge is a daunting one, especially for mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law.

Even though the mother-in-law may have had no direct input into her son’s decision of who and when to marry, other than years of intense prayer for her child’s mate-to-be, the fact remains that the family experience is definitely impacted by the soul-mate selection made by her offspring.

In the same way, the daughter-in-law who may have chosen to join with her husband in holy matrimony has to face the challenge of being joined in a holy alliance with the rest of his family. By the sheer nature of the relationship she is expected to melt into a household of folks that are often unfamiliar and at times very different from her family of origin.

The reality is that every holiday, every special occasion, even the continuance of the coming generations pivot on the choice to unite families through marriage. Whether the parents-in-law or the adult children realize it or not, the choices that are made are life-altering for the entire family.

For most parents, the grace to love and enfold these new family-members-by-law is a mere continuum of the parental love they enjoy with their own kids. However, there are those situations that may require an attitude adjustment.

What does a parent do when their child’s preference of a mate is contrary to their personality or taste? Or what if the offspring ventures outside of their culture, social class, or religion? Is it possible to accept and even cherish the chosen one when they are an unnatural fit?

And what about the daughter-in-law? What is she supposed to do when she’s thrust into a new family that may have already established traditions, modes of interaction, and common activities that perhaps she doesn’t readily accept or enjoy? She, along with her mother-in-law, can find comfort in knowing that they are not the first to venture out on that sometimes slippery dance floor.

Love Is Stronger than Differences

There are few biblical references to the mother-in-law/daughter-in-law relationship that can lend us a bird’s-eye view of what that kinship should look . The most well-known in-laws in the Bible are Ruth and Naomi.

Without question, the sufficiency of the legendary depth of their love connection can benefit all of us even today. Borrowing from the lovely declaration of commitment to her mother-in-law, brides and grooms for centuries have quoted the words of Ruth.

In fact, my husband, Steve, and I used this familiar passage in our own wedding ceremony:

Do not urge me to leave you or turn back from following you; for where you go, I will go, and where you lodge, I will lodge. Your people shall be my people, and your God, my God. Where you die, I will die, and there I will be buried. Thus may the LORD do to me, and worse, if anything but death parts you and me (Ruth 1:16-17).

In light of the struggle many in-laws experience as they strive to learn to love the one they did not choose, it is ironic that the sweetest words of love recorded in all of antiquity would be between these two in-laws.

Why was it so easy for Ruth and Naomi to open their hearts to one another? Was it because they had so much in common? Of all the young maidens available for marriage, was Ruth the choice-bride Naomi would have picked?

Actually, there were extreme differences between these two women, and that is what makes their decision to love one another even more impressive. Naomi was a Jewish woman from a wealthy, prominent family.

Ruth was a woman born into a pagan religion and from a poor family.

I can only imagine how it must have vexed Naomi’s heart to see her sons bring home women who did not share the same religion, traditions, social class, or cultural history.

Did she blame her husband for the lack of suitable Jewish girls for her sons’ brides? After all, it was her husband who decided to leave their beloved Bethlehem. Or perhaps she was able to accept these young wives because she was such a gentle soul. Did her sweet demeanor allow her to bridge the differences and embrace her sons’ wives as her own daughters?

The biblical text gives us a peek into what kind of person Naomi was. The scriptural account alludes to the fact that she was probably not an easy person to love. And who could blame her. She was a wounded, empty woman who had lost much.

After her sons also died and in order to let all those around her know the depth of her pain, Naomi changed her name to explain her plight. She said, Do not call me Naomi [which means pleasant]; call me Mara [meaning bitter], for the Almighty has dealt very bitterly with me.

I went out full, but the LORD has brought me back empty (Ruth 1:20-21).

She doesn’t sound the life of the party. Without question she had suffered terrible losses. While living in a foreign land far from friends and family, her husband and two sons had died, leaving her to take care of herself and her daughters-in-law. Not only was she financially poor, but she was also broken in spirit and bitter toward God.

While it may have been a daunting challenge for Naomi to accept one son’s choice of a woman who came from outside her culture and class, the fact is, learning to embrace an in-law is not a one-sided affair.

Ruth must have recognized the sizable task that awaited her.

She was expected to accept and love Naomi as her mother, even though her mother-in-law, filled with disappointment, brought her own set of baggage into the relationship.

History records the fruit of Naomi and Ruth’s efforts to bridge the gaps. They were able to overcome their differences, and the Scriptures record that they lived together in harmony. Their graceful dance as in-laws established the highest standard of behavior for the rest of us to follow.

Despite the brokenness and bitterness of the mother-in-law and the seemingly insurmountable differences of the daughter-in-law, love won out. As a result of the love-bond between them, Ruth became the great-grandmother of King David.

Without a doubt, the grace of God crowned their unforgettable relationship by allowing a foreign unbeliever to be placed in the direct lineage of the Messiah, Jesus Christ.

Love Is Stronger than Hurt

Just as Naomi might have chosen a different bride for her son, my friend Janet might have selected a different life-partner for her baby boy. When Janet found out that her son was marrying Pam, she had mixed feelings about the decision.

It wasn’t that she disd her. On the contrary, she found Pam to be a loving partner for her son. Pam was not a bad person, she had just had a bad life.

Previously married to a man who beat and abused her and her child, she wore her woundedness a cloak.

Janet had always dreamed of the day when she would fully embrace a daughter-in-law with the same energy and vitality with which she loved her own daughter. The two of them always had the best of times.

They could shop-till-they-dropped with the best of them. Laughter and talking rang out throughout the house when they were together.

To Janet’s way of thinking, adding a daughter-in-law simply meant one more girl with whom to chum around.

However, Pam was not Janet’s daughter. She didn’t readily laugh a lot, and she seemed to always isolate herself from the rest of the family. For instance, when the other women were in the kitchen preparing the meal for a family gathering, Pam would sit all alone in the living room quietly leafing through a magazine.

I asked Janet if she encouraged Pam to join them. Her answer demonstrated the patient wisdom she possessed. Janet replied, “No.

As much as I would love for Pam to feel comfortable being with me and the rest of the family, I’ve decided to give her space enough to choose whether she stays in the living room or comes into the kitchen.

For too long, she’s had someone telling her what to do, and when she didn’t do it fast enough, she was

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15 Best Prayers for Deceased Mothers

Prayer For Mothers-In-Law

Suffering through the loss of a loved one is no easy feat, especially for a child that had lost his or her mother. Here is a look at more than a dozen prayers for deceased mothers that can bring you comfort and solace.

Prayer #1

O God, Who has commanded us to honour our father and mother, have compassion in Thy mercy, on the souls of my father and mother; forgive them their sins, and grant that I may see them in the joy of eternal brightness. Through Christ our Lord.
Amen.

Prayer #2

O God, Who has commanded us to honour our father and mother, have compassion in Thy mercy, on the souls of my father and mother; forgive them their sins, and grant that I may see them in the joy of eternal brightness. Through Christ our Lord.

Amen.

Prayer #3

O God, who hast commanded us to honor our father and our mother; in Thy mercy have pity on the soul of my mother, and forgive her her trespasses; and make me to see her again in the joy of everlasting brightness. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.

Prayer #4

Lord, I know my mother still loves us who are still here on earth. I ask you that you might listen to her fervent prayers for us.

Help me to grow into a new and deeper relationship with my mother now, as I long for the day when we will both meet in your embrace – freed from all that might have hindered our relationship on earth, knowing and understanding everything we did not know or understand on this earth.
Amen.

Prayer #5

God our Father, Your power brings us to birth, Your providence guides our lives,

and by Your command we return to dust.

Lord, those who die still live in Your presence, their lives change but do not end. I pray in hope for my family, relatives and friends,

and for all the dead known to You alone.

In company with Christ, Who died and now lives, may they rejoice in Your kingdom, where all our tears are wiped away. Unite us together again in one family, to sing Your praise forever and ever.

Amen.

Prayer #6

God our Father, Your power brings us to birth, Your providence guides our lives,

and by Your command we return to dust.

Lord, those who die still live in Your presence, their lives change but do not end. I pray in hope for my family, relatives and friends,

and for all the dead known to You alone.

In company with Christ, Who died and now lives, may they rejoice in Your kingdom, where all our tears are wiped away. Unite us together again in one family, to sing Your praise forever and ever.

Amen.

Prayer #7

Eternal rest, grant unto them, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them. May the souls of the faithful departed through the mercy of God rest in peace.

Amen.

Prayer #8

We beseech Thee, O Lord, in Thy mercy, to have pity on the soul of Thy handmaid; do Thou, Who hast freed her from the perils of this mortal life, restore to her the portion of everlasting salvation. Through Christ our Lord,
Amen.

Prayer #9

We beseech Thee, O Lord, in Thy mercy, to have pity on the soul of Thy handmaid; do Thou, Who hast freed her from the perils of this mortal life, restore to her the portion of everlasting salvation. Through Christ our Lord,

Amen.

Prayer #10

O most merciful Jesus, Lover of souls, I beseech Thee, by the agony of Thy most Sacred Heart, and by the sorrows of Thine Immaculate Mother, wash clean in the Thy Blood the sinners of the whole world who are to die this day.

Remember most especially the soul I spiritually adopt with the intention of entrusting him or her to Thy Shepherd’s care: I beseech Thee for the grace to move this sinner, who is in danger of going to Hell, to repent. I ask this because of my trust in Thy great mercy.

If it should please Thy Majesty to send me a suffering this day in exchange for the grace I ask for this soul, then, it, too, shall please me very much, and I thank Thee, Most Sweet Jesus, Shepherd and Lover of Souls; I thank Thee for this opportunity to give mercy in thanksgiving for all the mercies Thou hast shown me. Amen.

Heart of Jesus, once in agony, have mercy on the dying.

Prayer #11

Almighty and Everlasting God, preserver of souls, who dost correct those whom Thou dost love, and for their betterment dost tenderly chastise those whom Thou dost receive, we call upon Thee, O Lord, to grant Thy healing, that the soul of Thy servant, at the hour of its departure from the body, may by the hands of Thy holy Angels be presented without spot unto Thee. Amen.

Prayer #12

Most Merciful Jesus, lover of souls, I pray You, by the agony of Your most Sacred Heart, and by the sorrows of Your Immaculate Mother, to wash in Your Most Precious Blood, the sinners of the world who are now in their agony, and who will die today.
Heart of Jesus, once in agony, have mercy on the dying. Amen.

Prayer #13

Christ Who was crucified for your sake free you from excruciating pain. May Christ Who died for you free you from the death that never ends.

May Christ the Son of the living God, set you in the ever green loveliness of His Paradise, and may He, the true Shepherd recognize you as one of His own.

May you see your Redeemer face to face and standing in His presence forever, may you see with joyful eyes Truth revealed in all its fullness.
Amen

Prayer #14

Most Merciful Jesus, lover of souls, I pray You, by the agony of Your most Sacred Heart, and by the sorrows of Your Immaculate Mother, to wash in Your Most Precious Blood, the sinners of the world who are now in their agony,

and who will die today.

Heart of Jesus, once in agony, have mercy on the dying.

Amen.

Prayer #15

May Christ Who was crucified for your sake free you from excruciating pain. May Christ Who died for you free you from the death that never ends.

May Christ the Son of the living God, set you in the ever green loveliness of His Paradise, and may He, the true Shepherd recognize you as one of His own.

May you see your Redeemer face to face and standing in His presence forever, may you see with joyful eyes Truth revealed in all its fullness.

Amen.

Here is a collection to some beautiful and sentimental deceased mother poems that will help you to reminiscence some of your favorite memories and confront the passing of your loved one.
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Crystal Ayres has served as our editor-in-chief for the last five years. She is a proud veteran, wife and mother. The goal of ConnectUs is to publish compelling content that addresses some of the biggest issues the world faces. If you would to reach out to contact Crystal, then go here to send her a message.

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