God Is Faithful
// Kenneth W. Hagin
This month as we celebrate the mothers in our lives, I can't help but think about my own mom, Oretha Hagin. It will be nine years ago next month that she left this earth and went to Heaven. Not a day goes by when something doesn't remind me of her.
You see, my dad began traveling and ministering when I was in the third grade. Mom stayed home with me and my sister. This wasn't an easy time. There were many hardships during those early years. But Mom's love and devotion never wavered. She never complained. She always said, "Don't despise the beginning. If you can't endure the beginning, you'll never last to the finish."
Mom taught me so much. But one of the most important things I learned from her is that nothing is more precious or sacred than doing God's will. Over and over again—through her words and actions—she taught me that the God Who calls us is indeed faithful.
Faithfulness was one of Mom's hallmarks. I want to share an excerpt from her book, The Price Is Not Greater Than God's Grace, in which she talks about this very subject.