Religious Mothers Day Poems & Quotes?

I need a religious mothers' day poem or quote to include inside my mother's day card.
I am looking for very touching religious mothers day poetry.
It shouldn't be a boring quote, it has to be interesting.
A religious mother's day poem can make a great difference to a mother's day card.

Any good religious quotes?

asked by Claire in Holidays | 2660 views | 05-09-2010 at 06:10 PM

Mother's Day is a special time between her and her children, when we get to show mom how much we care. Nothing does that like Mothers Day Christian Poems that come straight from your heart and God's.
I have found some beautiful religious poems for mother's day. They are better than quotes in my opinion.

To Mother

You painted no Madonnas
On chapel walls in Rome,
But with a touch diviner
You lived one in your home.

You wrote no lofty poems
That critics counted art,
But with a nobler vision
You lived them in your heart.

You carved no shapeless marble
To some high-souled design,
But with a finer sculpture
You shaped this soul of mine.

You built no great cathedrals
That centuries applaud,
But with a grace exquisite
Your life cathedraled God.

Had I the gift of Raphael,
Or Michelangelo,
Oh, what a rare Madonna
My mother's life would show!

--Thomas W. Fessenden

This poem is not so religious but it is beautiful none the less.

A Precious Mother

Mom You've given me so much,
Love from your heart
and the warmth of your touch.
The gift of life and you're a friend to me.
We have a very Special Bond
which only comes from God...
I'm sure you agree.
As a child I would say Mommy I Love You,
Now you're my Mother so dear
I love you even more
with each and every new year.
If I could had chosen,
I would have picked no other.
Than for you...to be my lifelong friend
and Precious Mother.

Author: Unknown

And this is a Mothers Day Christian Poem

"A Blessing In Disguise"

Today I couldn't get you out of my head,
My heart feels heavy from the sorrow.

Some days are better, some days are worse,
But no days are you forgotten.

Where was your strength to live?
Why couldn't you have fought harder?

Where do I direct my anger?
It is so easy to point blame.

Am I so blind I don't see
The blessing God has given me?

I can not feel your touch,
But I can close my eyes and remember your scent.

I can not hear your voice,
But I can close my eyes and see you smile.

I can not see you lying ill,
But I can close my eyes and see you dancing in heaven!

by Carmen Lopez

answered by Dana | 05-09-2010 at 06:15 PM

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