1 Corinthians 13 Meditations for Moms

March 20, 2013


“Love is patient, love is kind, love is…the greatest of these.”

A few years ago, I memorized 1 Corinthians 13 so that I could better meditate on the passage generally as a believer, and specifically in my role as a mother. So many times, these words have been brought to mind and I have been convicted and encouraged as I seek to love my children.

I’ve decided to go through this passage again and look at several of the “Love is…” portions and meditate {and write} on how they apply to me in my role as mom. I plan to write about this on Wednesdays for a while. Next Wednesday, March 27, I’ll look specifically at “love is patient.” Since I’m a mom of young kids, my application will be geared most specifically toward that age.

If you have a blog and would like to join in, you can feel free to share a link next Wednesday, as well.

{P.S., the printable at the top is free for your download. This size is intended for a 16 x 20 size (also scales to 8 x 10). If you wish to download, just click on the image, magnify it, and then save the image. You can find more word art like this in our Etsy shop, Word Spice.}

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  • Chelo March 20, 2013 at 9:46 am

    I look forward to this, Keren. I have been meditating on this passage also recently (especiallly the patience). Thanks for sharing the word art 🙂

    checking out your shop.

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