My mother made certain that I studied my Sunday School lesson on Saturday evenings. She saw to it that I made each choir practice and dressed in starched shirt and pants, and a jacket and tie on Sundays. She made sure that she communicated with the public school teachers and school officials so that I comported myself properly and she went over my report card with a fine-toothed comb wanting to know why certain grades were not up where she thought they should be. My mother doctored every fever, ache and ailment with the remedies her mother had taught her. As you can see from the partial list I just made, I most definitely was not neglected. Thanks mother! ”Honour thy father and mother; which is the first commandment with promise;” (Eph.6:2, KJV)
The month of MAY IS FOR LIFTING UP HOLY HANDS IN PRAYER. (1Tim.2:8; Ps.63:4)
(Meme created by Melissa Gabler, Sterling Regard Photography.)
The month of MAY IS FOR LIFTING UP HOLY HANDS IN PRAYER without wrath and doubting, which are contrary to faith, but praying “Thy will be done”, knowing that we are heard (1Jn.5:15).
“I will therefore that men pray every where, lifting up holy hands, without wrath and doubting.” (1Tim.2:8, KJV) “So I will bless You as long as I live; I will lift up my hands in Your name.” (Ps.63:4)