FAVOR!!!!!!! FAVORED!!!!!!! Psalm 105:37; Exodus 11:3; Exodus 3:21; FAVOR!!!! is BETTER than silver and gold! Hallelujah!
My husband and I are trying to instill in our children the value of family. We are ALL the 5 of us have. Neither my family or my husbands family(some of them) treat us as though we are family. Our families treat us and our children as though we do not exist and our children are starting to realize that. We tell our children that, unfortunetly, we are all we have. EACH OTHER. We MAY NOT have much money, but we have our strong family hold. we let them know that even though we struggle from month to month, we always get through the mont with GOD'S grace and mercy. We tell each other that we love each other on a daily basis. BESIDES OUR LORD & SAVIOUR JESUS CHRIST, WE ARE ALL WE HAVE!!!!
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Hello Mr.Perry thanks you for ue empowering words on "What are you giving your children". O.M.G it was so touching to me an sorry for your lose with your mom,for me my mom is still living an my dad isnt here an i was born on his birthday what birthday gift for him on april 16th 1973. Yes i enstill love to my kids we have been through so many trials an tributlations tha our family went through alot but our love an ability to stay still be bonded an strong has been a gift they really have made a difference in my life an i'm so grateful for my 6 Angels they are growing up an maturing daily an changing the way they think an look at things in life now so i agree that parent can give u something to carry on to keep u grounded to move forward in life thank,A.R
Thanks for the encouragement. I need it today. My son is 3, and sometimes I don't know how to be a good mom. I hope more than anything to share with him the love of Jesus.
Your Mother, gave you a wonderful gift, "Life" was number one. Number two, "Jesus". Jesus shows us the way, to salvation Mr. Tyler. Jesus has shown us the way, to seeing our dead loved ones again, by his Redemption From Condemnation of Death. Psalm 68:20 states: “Our God is a God of salvation, and to God, the Lord, belong deliverances from death.” Hebrews 2:10 "God, for whom and through whom everything was made, chose to bring many children into glory. And it was only right that he should make Jesus, through his suffering, a perfect leader, fit to bring them into their salvation" and through him the abolishing of death is assured, Mr Tyler. According to that scripture, it says to Bring "MANY" Children into His Glory. You were one of them Mr. Tyler. I was too. We look forward to, No more enemy Death. Your Mother gave you breath, and gave you Jesus to rely on to demolish what ills you, what ills us. She gave you Jesus. 2 Timothy 1:10 refers to Jesus, "And now he has made all of this plain to us by the appearing of Christ Jesus, our Savior. He broke the power of death and illuminated the way to life and immortality through the Good News .” If you truly believe, "You will see your Mom, possibly, again." Read Mr. Tyler Col 1:23 to finalize a peaceful thought.
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Thank you so much for your inpirations through your movies, plays, and facebook. A single mother of three I've always wondered if I was doing the right thing by my kids. I have just been informed that raising them to know GOD and having the Agape Love of Jesus Christ in their lives is very important. So I will continue to strive for their lives in Christ Jesus and enjoying your movies and plays which is the laughter that you bring within my family. A special Thanks to you and to your Mother ( Some Special ) to everyone for bring you into this world to be a true blessing to Us "The People". May God continue to bless you as you continue to minister life lessings and leadership. Again, Thank You Tyler Perrry Sincerely, One of your #1 Fans Yolanda Ramar
Dear Mr. Perry: What a beautiful tribute to your mother. I too lost my mother, she went home in 2007 and there is not a day that goes by that I don't think of her. She was the voice of love, instruction, teacher of God's word and laughter even thru the trials. I could not have prayed to the Almighty God for a better mother. She sacraficed much for her children, me included. Had I been more obedient to her will instead of mine, I would have been so much better off. Although I did not disrespect my mother, I had to do things "my" way, which usually turned out to be the wrong way. I did get a chance to ask her to forgive me for not being more obedient before she passed on home. Praise God for that mercy! Your mother would be so proud of the man you turned out to be. Kind; caring; thoughtful and generous to those in need. Well done! May the AlmightyGod continue to bless you in Jesus Name!!
Hello Tyler, I want to tell you that your words and caring attitude inspire me to keep going forward to persue my dreams, and I know god has led me to making the right choices in hard situations. My 28 year old sister died in a car accident on November 8, 2009 she left behind 3 children. I am raising my neice 9 and my nephew 14 as well as my own 2 children 14 year old boy and 5 year old girl. My other nephew was adopted by my sisters long time friend, bless her heart. I'm going through a divorce because my husband was not supportive of me taking in my sisters children and said it's him or my sisters kids. I know in my heart I choose the right way even though it's been a struggel. I'm teaching my kids very important tools and lessons about turning adversity into strenghth and they can overcome anything. My goal is to start a business that my kids can help be a part of, and also buy us a more suitable home in the future. I work full time taking care of an elderly patient which I enjoy and will continue to do while I find a way to start and grow my business. I love reading your inspirational messages and watching all of your movies. Thank you! your a blessing on this earth:)
Wow...this really made me sentimental because what you describe as your relationship with your mom....is mine as well. I grew up with a single mom raising two girls. She was a seamstress and sewed until 3 or 4am in order to put us through private school and stay home to keep us safe. The moral and values she taught me through her love of Christ is what has made me into the woman that I am. I am married now for soon to be 19 years and have a daughter which will be 18 years old in September. My husband I have taught her to be an independent, loving, compassionate and confident young woman. Most importantly we have taught her to love Jesus and know that with him she can overcome any struggle and is able to accomplish anything she wants in her life. We have taught her to love and respect herself and to always have a positive attitude about everything. We taught her to see the beauty in what most would see as the most mundane things. We both have a great relationship with and speak freely with her about anything she wants to talk about. I want her to know that we are here for always unconditionally. Thank you for sharing your feelings. Listening to you and knowing what an amazing man you have become only confirms that what I give my daughter as well as what she gives us everyday is priceless. You are a real blessing to the world!!!
Hi, I was touched by your post 'what are you giving your children'. reminded me so much of my mum (she's 67) she didn't have much but ALL she had she gave us including Jesus, till date she wakes up each night to pray that we keep the faith. i am 35, a mother of 3, my girls are everything to me. They are blessing from the Lord, i work hard to ensure they have the basic necessities,have good education and will never need to beg for bread but must of all ,like my mum i bring them up right in the way of the Lord. By God's grace they will be what God want them to be. Thank you, i love you faith. May God keep you.