Why Mothers Are Always So Tired

why mothers are always so tired

 “…in humility value others above yourselves, let each of you look out not only for his own interests, but also for the interests of others.”
Philippians 2:3-4   NIV

When I became a mother I never knew how much work was involved!  You see, I had babysat a million or so times and thought I would be a pro, but good moms are much more than babysitters.  True mothers are selfless.  They live out these verses on a day-to-day basis, putting the needs of their children before their own.

working momMoms are willing to stay up late or get up early to: wash clothes, cook a meal, sit with a sick child, clean the house, work from home, ‘help’ do homework, listen to a broken heart, wipe away tears or prepare lunches.

And that’s why mothers are always so tired!

 

milton berle quote

In this portion of scripture Paul writes from jail and encourages believers to treat each other well.  He reminds us all to have the same attitude of Christ in the way we interact with one other.  He instructs with these words: “don’t be selfish…think of others as better than yourselves…take care of the interests of others…You must have the same attitude that Christ Jesus had.”1 Jesus never asks us to do anything He hasn’t already done.

At no other time do we reveal the attitude of Christ better than when we place the needs of others before our own.

Mothers, it’s my prayer that you understand how valuable your labour is.  You are truly the hands of God extended to your child.  Believers everywhere, follow in the attitude of Christ to be His hands and feet to those around you.

Prayer

Father…I thank You for showing me how to love self-lessly by sending Your one and only son to earth.  Let me not become weary in well-doing as I follow Your lead.  I ask You to help me love in the attitude of Christ, placing proper value on those around me and providing for their needs.  In Jesus Name…Amen

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  1. Philippians 2:5

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Comments(7)

  1. Laura Davis says

    Such a wonderful post about our moms! Thank you, Sherry!

    • Sherry Stahl says

      You’re welcome Laura 🙂 Praying you have a special Mother’s Day and feel loved <3
      ~Sherry
      xoxo

  2. jodie filogomo says

    What great timing with Mother’s Day around the corner to remember all that my mother has done for me!! Thanks!
    Jodie
    http://www.jtouchofstyle.com
    #RaRaLinkup

  3. Liz says

    Bueatiful!! By the help of the Holy Spirit may I show Christ to my kids! Blessings!

  4. Maree Dee says

    I loved this post. When I get to heaven, I am going to ask God why he didn’t create us with six hands. However, imagine if we had six hands going at once. Would we look into the eyes of our blessings and see what God wants us to see?

  5. Michele Morin says

    I want to lean into this quality of mothering so I don’t lose heart!
    Thanks, Sherry!

  6. Deanna says

    I love the two hands evolution quote. I often wish dinner cooked itself lol. I think some days I must have told God I wanted to be a taxi driver because it seems that I am always shuttling children. Bless their little hobbies haha. Have a wonderful weekend.

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