“Success Comes from GrandMamma's Prayers ”

How well do you know that little white-haired woman we call “GrandMamma?” The one who always had fresh baked pies, homemade biscuits, that room where only the “grownups” could go, an old rocking chair and of course lots of peppermint candy!
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Aug. 18, 2009 - PRLog -- “Boy, the Lawd Loves You, and I Will Not Allow You to Throw Your Life Away!”

You knew GrandMamma was a solid and unchangeable force, someone who taught you there were some things that were right and some things that were wrong.

“Quotes about GrandMamma’s”

“For those of us who were blessed enough to grow up with a strong family Christian mentor, GrandMamma’s Prayers speak to all of us.  GrandMamma was an outspoken matriarch who loved the Lord and loved her family enough to make sure each of them were well acquainted with Him.” — Cassandrah Batya

“When my maternal grandmother went home to be with the Lord, and we were going through her personal items, the comments made were evidence of her genuine faith also. “She read through this Bible so many times we’ve lost count,” said one.  And even though I only visited her once every other year, I always remember her having her Bible close at hand.  That was the legacy passed on to my mother. I so desire to follow suit with my life and testimony, and leave a godly legacy for my children as well.” — Dara Bennett

“My grandmother’s name is Estelle Marie Talley.  She’s not here tonight.  And this is going to be the toughest part.  But she was my first acting teacher.  She told me to stand up straight.  Put your shoulders back.  Act like you got some sense.  We would go places.  And I would wild out. And she would say, “Act like you’ve been somewhere.”  And then when I would act the fool, she would beat me.  She would whup me.  And she could get an Oscar for the way she whupped me because she was great at it.  And after she whipped me, she would talk to me and tell me why she whipped me.  She said I want you to be a southern gentleman.  She still talks to me now.  Only now, she talks to me, in my dreams.  And I can’t wait to go to sleep tonight because we got a lot to talk about. I love you.” — Jaime Foxx

“She’s the one who taught me about hard work.  She’s the one who put off buying a new car or a new dress for herself so that I could have a better life.  She poured everything she had into me. And although she can no longer travel, I know that she’s watching tonight, and that tonight is her night as well.” — President Barack Obama

Langston, senior pastor of the Pilgrim Outreach Ministries, and author of 4 other books including the acclaimed And the People Cried, “Give Us A King!” (Lulu Enterprises Incorporated, 2008), is keenly aware of the subtle erosion of the family structure and its inherent values.  Yet, he points back to the countless lives that were once products of broken homes, poor grades, gangs, drugs, alcohol and looked at as the “refuse of society,” but through the prayers and love of a godly grandmother, their life is now turned around.  – There is hope for our future –

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