Long before she was born
God knew that she would be
The perfect mother meant for you
Just as mine is meant for me.
At times she may seem flawed
and not all that she could be
Yet I would beg to differ
And I am sure you will agree.
For her perfection does not come
in the things she failed to do
It’s merely in the choice God made
When He chose her to mother you.
So do not measure her
by the things she has left undone
But see her worth as God intended
Through the work that He begun.
And if your mother is still with you
Don’t let this day go by
Without telling her she’s perfect
And share this reason why.
You see Mom it all began
With a very perfect plan
You were picked to be my mom
By our Master’s hand.
For God in all His wisdom
Knew just what to do
To give me The Perfect Mother,
He chose you.
For you created my inmost being;
you knit me together
in my mother’s womb.
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Connie Camden is a native of Frankfort, KY. Christian, Wife, Mother, Granny, Author, Poet, are all titles she is honored to be called. Connie retired from State Government as an Executive Staff Advisor in November 2010 to pursue the world of Christian Writing and Public Speaking. In 2011 she reached a goal of becoming a published Poet when three of her poems (Thirst No More, Wind in the Waves, Weathering the Winter) were published by Christian Devotions. Her heart beat for writing and speaking is to freely give what she has freely received with His glory as her aim.