Wisdom by itself is useless. True wisdom comes in the context of relationships, first with God and then with others.
Dan Britton & Ron Forseth
-The Wisdom Challenge
I choose to glorify God in my role as a mother. I choose to live a godly life before my children. I am disciplined concerning my priorities as a mother. I manage my time in an effective and efficient manner. I am sensitive to the needs of my children, I have God's wisdom and discernment concerning how all my decisions affect their lives.
I am loving, caring, and compassionate toward my children. I keep my cool during times of stress and do not become frustrated and lose my temper. If I do something that is wrong or offensive, I am quick to repent and make things right. Because I live a spirit-controlled life, I am peaceful, consistent, and faithful. I walk in love at all times, and I am quick to provide encouragement and inspiration to my family, I refuse to criticize, condemn, or complain to or about my kids. I will be honest and truthful and live my life with integrity. When faced with the need to discipline my children, I will do so without anger. I will reference God's Word as their standard of conduct.
I will be steadfast and resolute regarding my convictions and will do my best to model the life of a godly mother before my kids. I will be faithful to pray for my children. With the help of the Holy Spirit, I will do my best to mentor and instruct them in the truth and principles of God's Word. In Jesus' name, Amen.
Becoming the Mother God Says I Am
-Scripture Confessions for Victorious Living