Sunday, 13 October 2013

Lds Mothers Day Quotes From Daughter In Hindi From Kids Form The Bibile 2013 From Son To Mother

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God trusts women so much that He lets them bear and care for His spirit children.--Elder Neal A. Maxwell.
Too much can’t be said or written about woman’s most important role as a mother. Napoleon is quoted as having asked Madame Campan: “What is wanting in order that the youth of France will be well educated?” “Good mothers,” was her reply. The Emperor was forcibly struck with this answer. “Here,” he said, “is a system in one word—mother.”
--President Harold B. Lee
Homemaking is not just baking bread or cleaning a house. Homemaking is to make the
environment necessary to nurture our children toward eternal life, which is our responsibility as parents. And that homemaking is as much for fathers as it is for mothers.
--Elder Dallin H. Oaks
Regarding numbers of children and when to have them: “You also know that the scriptures and the prophets have not been explicit about things such as numbers [of children], timing and so forth. This is because not only are these things intensely personal in terms of decisions, they are absolutely unique in terms of our customized, individual circumstances.”
--Elder Cecil O. Samuelson
Motherhood is near to divinity. It is the highest, holiest service to be assumed by mankind. It places her who honors its holy calling and service next to the angels.
--The First Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
The true spirit of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints gives to woman the highest place of honor in human life.
--The First Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
For you childless sisters and those without companions, remember the eternal timetable of the Lord is much longer than the lonely hours of your preparation or the total of this mortal life. These are only as microseconds when compared to eternity. Your willingness and worthiness are surely known to Him. The spiritual rewards of motherhood are available to all women. Nurturing the young, comforting the frightened, protecting the vulnerable, teaching and giving encouragement need not—and should not—be limited to our own children
--Elder Russell M. Nelson, Lessons From Eve, October 1987 
When we understand the magnitude of motherhood, it becomes clear why prophets have been so protective of woman’s most sacred role. While we tend to equate motherhood solely with maternity, in the Lord’s language, the word mother has layers of meaning. Of all the words they could have chosen to define her role and her essence, both God the Father and Adam called Eve “the mother of all living”—and they did so before she ever bore a child. Like Eve, our motherhood began before we were born. Just as worthy men were foreordained to hold the priesthood in mortality, righteous women were endowed pre-mortally with the privilege of motherhood. Motherhood is more than bearing children, though it is certainly that. It is the essence of who we are as women. It defines our very identity, our divine stature and nature, and the unique traits our Father gave us.
--Sister Sheri Dew
There is no career more meaningful, no calling more divine, than being a person who truly makes a home in the sense of creating and maintaining an environment of human warmth, intellectual stimulation, and spiritual strength—someone who sees the wellsprings of personal meaning that lie beyond a first glance at a diaper, a frying pan, and a worn tennis shoe. Motherhood is above all a teaching task.
--Sister Marie Hafen
I am impressed by countless mothers who have learned how important it is to focus on the things that can only be done in a particular season of life. If a child lives with parents for 18 or 19 years, that span is only one-fourth of a parent’s life. And the most formative time of all, the early years in a child’s life, represents less than one-tenth of a parent’s normal life. It is crucial to focus on our children for the short time we have them with us and to seek, with the help of the Lord, to teach them all we can before they leave our homes. This eternally important work falls to mothers and fathers as equal partners. I am grateful that today many fathers are more involved in the lives of their children. But I believe that the instincts and the intense nurturing involvement of mothers with their children will always be a major key to their well-being. In the words of the proclamation on the family, “Mothers are primarily responsible for the nurture of their children”
--Elder Russell M. Ballard

Lds Mothers Day Quotes From Daughter In Hindi From Kids Form The Bibile 2013 From Son To Mother


Lds Mothers Day Quotes From Daughter In Hindi From Kids Form The Bibile 2013 From Son To Mother


Lds Mothers Day Quotes From Daughter In Hindi From Kids Form The Bibile 2013 From Son To Mother


Lds Mothers Day Quotes From Daughter In Hindi From Kids Form The Bibile 2013 From Son To Mother


Lds Mothers Day Quotes From Daughter In Hindi From Kids Form The Bibile 2013 From Son To Mother


Lds Mothers Day Quotes From Daughter In Hindi From Kids Form The Bibile 2013 From Son To Mother


Lds Mothers Day Quotes From Daughter In Hindi From Kids Form The Bibile 2013 From Son To Mother


Lds Mothers Day Quotes From Daughter In Hindi From Kids Form The Bibile 2013 From Son To Mother


Lds Mothers Day Quotes From Daughter In Hindi From Kids Form The Bibile 2013 From Son To Mother


Lds Mothers Day Quotes From Daughter In Hindi From Kids Form The Bibile 2013 From Son To Mother


Lds Mothers Day Quotes From Daughter In Hindi From Kids Form The Bibile 2013 From Son To Mother

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