When A Mama’s Heart Is Broken!
Don’t You Ever Touch My Son!
All I can do today besides cry and pray is to blog: “Don’t you EVER touch my son!”
And I mean ever… Ever again… NEVER!!! And may I repeat, EVER AGAIN!
When mama ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy! And that’s an understatement. Don’t ever cross paths or get in the way of a mama bear protecting her young. Only a mother’s love can shield her young. And that “young” includes grown men, too. To this mama, he’ll forever be my baby boy.
My heart is broken and filled with justifiable anger. Why do people slander others? You either need Jesus or a job; probably both!
Words from another are maliciously and methodically attacking my child. Why do people insist on talking about others and acting like gossip is an acceptable thing to do? If you even knew my son, which you don’t, you would never speak such ill words.
Gossip is destructive and even more powerful than any nuclear war or tsunami could deliver in wiping out a nation much sooner than any national disaster could.
The words spoken from our mouths reveal our faith!
Precious beloveds, there is already way too much devastation in this world. People need more love, not hate. My God, take those torturous daggers and flaming arrows and throw them in the pit of hell. The fruit of Thy Mouth loudly announces your faith. Fruit produces L-O-V-E!!!
Beloved, you are hurting my Lord. It’s obvious that your heart needs healing. Please stop justifying non-believers’ opinions as to why they want nothing to do with Christianity!
Gossip hurts. My son needs support and love, not the lies that are pouring out of your mouth. Where’s the love?
Why do some Christians believe that gossip is not a sin and totally acceptable and forget that its penalties carry the same as adultery and murder?
I lean heavily on what the Bible says especially when it emphasizes the rarity in sharing what God hates. Proverbs 6:16-19 says:
There are six things the Lord hates, seven that are detestable to him: haughty eyes, a lying tongue, hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that devises wicked schemes, feet that are quick to rush into evil, a false witness who pours out lies, and a person who stirs up conflict in the community.
Please write these words on the tablet of your heart because you are fulfilling all but one that God hates through your gossip. All you’re doing is hurting my Lord and my son who has received enough destructive comments.
You can talk about me all you want because what you think of me does not change who I am, nor what I was called to do, or where my worth and value derive from. I am loved and a daughter of the King of kings with royal blood running through my veins. You cannot change that no matter how hard you try.
But… when it’s regarding my sons, this just confirms the fact as to why people want nothing to do with Jesus and those of us who radiate His Great Love. Stop! You’re giving my Lord a bad wrap and His Love took enough of a horrific and torturous death for our sins.
Piss me off, but remember what Jesus said in Matthew 7:21 about walking out our faith:
Not everyone who says to me, “Lord, Lord, will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only he who does the will of my Father who is in heaven. Many will say to me on that day, Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name, and in your name drive out demons and perform many miracles? Then I will tell them plainly:
I never knew you. Away from me, you evildoers!
God does not will hate or gossip. Quite the contrary! God wills love! Maybe you could start utilizing your energy by praying and asking our Lord for His forgiveness and learn from Jesus how you can build up others instead of tearing them down. Your words are hurtful and full of lies.
Since you are attacking my child, obviously you have a problem with me because you’re still talking about us. If I did something to you, let’s talk so you can find peace and quit tarnishing someone who is already dealing with enough tragedy.
I pray you will take that “extra time” that you have and read what the Word actually says. I am choosing to believe that you just do not know Jesus like you proclaim looking down that rather long nose of yours!
Living out our faith requires humility, patience and being trained up and equipped. Others will know that we love Jesus and are His disciples simply by our love for one another (John 13:35) while forgiving others for the words that flow from their mouths and actions. Love does not include back-biting and gossiping and being involved where we have no place, nor belong. Jesus’ disciples mirror love like He did.
God gives. God gave us Jesus as an outpouring of His Love and His beloveds follow His example. Let’s pour out love into others’ lives. Being poured out is not taking away or stripping another of their dignity and self-worth. Words are powerful and should not be used as a weapon.
Until next time…
Thank You For Being Beautiful You!