The high calling of motherhood

Family, Homemaking, Mothering, Spiritual Encouragement / Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

Mother and Child, c.1885

Mothers, don’t let anyone ever dupe you into thinking there’s anything ignoble or disgraceful about remaining at home and raising your family. Don’t buy the lie that you’re repressed if you’re a worker in the home instead of in the world’s workplace. Devoting yourself fully to your role as wife and mother is not repression; it is true liberation. Multitudes of women have bought the world’s lie, put on a suit, picked up a briefcase, dropped their children off for someone else to raise, and gone into the workplace, only to realize after fifteen years that they and their children have a hollow void in their hearts. Many such career women now say they wish they had devoted themselves to motherhood and the home instead.

John MacArthur (Successful Christian Parenting, 1998, p. 195.)


Photo link: Mother and Child, c.1885
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