|Evangelist Theresa Felix|
I think that this has absolutely been the hardest thing that I have ever had to do as far as writing goes. I mean what words do you put on paper to describe someone who has truly been there for you, someone that you can call your mother.
The woman I am describing is not my biological mother, but my spiritual mother. It is only those who have a connection with God who would know how precious a relationship is, like the one we have with our spiritual parents. I say that because it is inevitable that once you are a person called by God it often seems as though you are going against the tide and we often look for, need and cherish that early connection, with someone who understands us for us and it is something wonderful to find that in a person you can call your spiritual parent.
I am not a mother as yet, however, I would have always imagined that it is much easier to love a child that came from your womb as opposed to a child that belongs to another person. However, after the experience I have had with her, experience has taught me otherwise.When I met her, I saw her to be someone so fine, so dainty, organized and well put together. Affectionately known as T, she is a praying woman, a strong woman, someone who knows how to be happy for others and push others forward. A woman of layers, who loves the Lord and through her many struggles in life has proved that she will not let anything or anyone get in the way of her fulfilling her God given assignment. But my favourite thing about her is that, she is a woman of love. She is my spiritual mother and just as she loves me I love her also.
Regardless of how far I go in life I can honestly say she has been a mother to me, and she ROCKS!
Latreece Christopher is my first biological daughter with whom I have a great loving mother-daughter relationship. The young lady who was chosen for this post is a family friend whom I thought is so deserving of the honour. I discussed the Mothers who rock series with my daughter and allowed her the opportunity to celebrate her as her spiritual mother as one who truly rocks.