Shalom, I pray that you were encouraged in learning about Rivqah. Below are some additional scriptures to encourage mothers.
Sirach Ecclesiasticus (found in The Cepher or Apocrypha) 3:5-6 Whoso honors his father shall have joy of his own children; and when he makes his prayer, he shall be heard. He that honours his father shall have long life; and that is obedient unto YAHUAH shall be a comfort to his mother.
Sirach Ecclesiasticus (found in The Cepher or Apocrypha) 3:7 He that fears YAHUAH will honour his father, and will do service unto his parents, as to his masters.
Sirach Ecclesiasticus (found in The Cepher or Apocrypha) 3:8 Honour your father and mother both in word and deed, that a blessing may come upon you from them.
Sirach Ecclesiasticus (found in The Cepher or Apocrypha) 3:9 For the blessing of the father establishes the houses of children; but the curse of the mother roots our foundations.
Sirach Ecclesiasticus (found in The Cepher or Apocrypha) 3:10-11 Glory not in the dishonor of your father; for your father’s dishonor is no glory unto you. For the glory of a man is from the honour of his father; and a mother in dishonor is a reproach to the children.
Sirach Ecclesiasticus (found in The Cepher or Apocrypha) 3:16 He that forsakes his father is as a blasphemer; and he that angers his mother is cursed of ELOHIYM.
Mishle (Proverbs) 4:3 For I was my father’s son, Tender and the only one in the eyes of my mother,
Mishle (Proverbs) 6:20 My son, watch over your father’s command, And do not forsake the Torah of your mother.
Mishle (Proverbs) 10:1 “Proverbs of Shelomoh: A wise son makes a father rejoice, But a foolish son is his mother’s sorrow.”
Mishle (Proverbs) 15:20 “A wise son makes a father glad, But a foolish man despise his mother.”
Mishle (Proverbs) 17:25 “A foolish son is a grief to his father, and bitterness to her who bore him.”
Mishle (Proverbs) 19:26 “He who plunders a father, Chases away his mother, is a son causing shame and bringing reproach.”
Mishle (Proverbs) 20:20 “Whoever curses his father or his mother, His lamp is put out in darkness.”
Mishle (Proverbs) 23:22 “Listen to your father who brought you forth, And do not despise your mother when she is old.”
29:15 A road and reproof give wisdom, but a child unrestrained brings shame to his mother.
30:11 There is generation, that curses its father, and does not bless its mother-
31:1 The words of Sovereign Lemu’el, a message which his mother taught him
Tehilim 71:6 Upon You I have leaned from my birth; You took me out of my mother’s womb. My praise is continually of You.
Tehillim 116:16 O YAHUAH, I am truly Your servant, I am Your servant, the son of Your female servant; You have loosed my bonds.
Tehillim 131:2 Have I not calmed, and kept my being silent, Like one weaned by its mother? My being is like one weaned.
Tehillim 139:13 For You, You possessed my kidneys, You have covered me in my mothers womb.
Here is a Wrestle Not graphic to encourage you!
For several months, I have been unable to create graphics (which is one way that I worship YAHUAH). I have more drafts than I can count. For some reason, I just couldn’t. However, within a few minutes, this past Sabbath-the first Sabbath of YAHUAH’s New Year – I created two graphics.
Praise YAHUAH for newness!
I love poetry. I used to write but haven’t had much time in a long while. Today I found a site that is written by a YAHUAH fearing young lady. Her words are beautiful and I encourage you to read them to day.
This was created for our children to encourage them to read the Word of YAHUAH for themselves. This study is divided into two parts.
Part 1: Getting to Know the Word of YAHUAH, is ideal for young children and encourages the them to find specific verses from the Renewed Covenant and then copy them into a notebook or journal.
Part 2: Growing in the Word, is a self-directed study of every book in the Renewed Covenant and two books from the First Covenant, some of Tehillim (Psalms) and Mishle (Proverbs). Students are assigned a memory verse to copy into a notebook or journal. They are also encouraged to illustrate the verse(s) (see pdf for example). One of our children types their verse(s) in to a word document and then finds artwork to illustrate them. We have witnessed the Word being written on their hearts, as they recall a scripture at needed times, when they tell us what they learned from the verse(s) or when they ask questions.
- Three ring binder or small notebook or Blank Board Books from Bare Books (which is what we used – $1 per book is inexpensive)
- Printed reading plan and assignment sheets (see below, the PDF)
- Tools for creativity – PowerPoint, Word, Poster board, pencils, colored pencils, etc.
Download the Study Here: