by Terri LaPoint
Health Impact News
To the mother whose children have been medically kidnapped or taken from them by Child Protective Services, the idea of Mother’s Day can seem like a cruel mockery.
There is no greater grief in the entire world than to lose a child. How can there be hope today when the children you carried in your womb are not with you?
You are a mother. Nothing will ever change that. No judicial decree, no act of a social worker, and no piece of paper can ever undo the fact that you are the mother of your children.
Even if a judge writes on a piece of paper that your parental rights are terminated, no judge is powerful enough to ever stop you from being your child’s parent.
There is an eternal bond between parent and child that no force on the planet can take away from you or your child, no matter how much they may try. It is written in every cell of your child’s body. It is written on their heart. You are part of their soul.
Even if your baby was taken away from you at birth, you carried your baby in your womb and formed a bond that no one can ever replace.
This isn’t wishful thinking or empty words to try to comfort hurting people. It is science. It is psychology. It is Scripture.
Science and Psychology Affirm – You Are Your Child’s Mother
No scientist or doctor will ever be able to remove your DNA from your child’s body. Your children don’t carry the DNA of a foster parent in their cells.
They carry yours. It is your genes that they will pass on to their own children when they grow up.
Newborn babies can tell the difference between their own parents and other adults.
David Chamberlain, PhD, a pioneer in birth psychology, and one of the founders of APPPAH (Association for Pre- and Perinatal Psychology and Health, wrote:
In experiments shortly after birth, babies recognize their mother’s voice and prefer her voice to other female voices.
In the delivery room, babies recognize their father’s voice and recognize specific sentences their fathers have spoken, especially if the babies have heard these sentences frequently while they were in the womb.
After birth, babies show special regard for their native language, preferring it to a foreign language. (Source.)
Babies carry these early memories with them throughout life, often buried deeply in the subconscious.
There is a hunger deep within the human soul to know where we came from. Children who are lied to about their origins often later describe a “knowing” that something wasn’t right.
No matter how much a social worker or foster parent has lied to them telling them that they aren’t wanted, there is something inside of them that hungers for the truth, that longs for their biological parents – for you.
Moses Returned to His People
The story of Moses in the Bible is a powerful testimony to the love of a child for his own people, no matter what situation he is put into. His story is often held up as a Biblical example of adoption, but some of the most important parts of his story are missed in the telling.
Moses was born in Egypt under a governmental structure that held Moses’s people in bondage. In order to give her baby a chance to live, his mother Jochebed hid him in a basket and floated him down the Nile river. Baby Moses was discovered by the Pharaoh’s daughter who adopted him as her son.
Moses grew up among the riches of the Pharaoh’s palace. The Egyptian family claimed him as their own. But he wasn’t, and he knew it.
Hebrews 11:24 says:
By faith Moses, when he had grown up, refused to be known as the son of Pharaoh’s daughter.
Even though he had every material thing he could have wanted in the Pharaoh’s household, he chose instead to identify with his own people, the Israelites.
He found his brother, Aaron, and sister, Miriam, and embraced the culture of his birth.
The immortal words, “Let my people go!” were spoken by Moses to the adoptive brother that he grew up with, Ramses. Moses led his people out of the land where they had been oppressed by the people who had adopted him.
His heart was with the people of his birth, not those who adopted him. Nothing the Pharaoh’s family did could change him from being who he really was, the son of Jochebed, a poor Israelite slave.
As your child’s mother, there is no power on earth that can take away the reality that you gave birth to your child. There is a bond that no law or decree can completely sever. You will always be their mother, and no matter what anyone tells them, they know it deep down inside.
Prayer for Your Children’s Return
The Bible talks about Rachel weeping for her children. It is a picture of the utter heartbreak of a mother who has lost her children, the deepest sorrow known to humanity. Yet even though it looks hopeless, there remains a promise of hope:
This is what the Lord says: “A voice is heard in Ramah, mourning and great weeping, Rachel weeping for her children and refusing to be comforted, because they are no more.”
This is what the Lord says: “Restrain your voice from weeping and your eyes from tears, for your work will be rewarded,” declares the Lord.
“They will return from the land of the enemy. So there is hope for your descendants,” declares the Lord. “Your children will return to their own land.”
On this Mother’s Day, you are not alone. Our prayer is for the restoration of families everywhere. No mother should ever experience the pain that you are going through right now.
We honor you as the person you are and always will be – your child’s mother. It is your day too.
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