by | Feb 21, 2021 | Christianity Today | 209 comments

The outpouring of love for my mom was astounding. Tens of thousands of people around the world sent wonderful and powerful words of comfort. My family is deeply, deeply grateful.

As far as grieving, I can only speak for myself. My mom’s death hit me hard. The tribute I wrote about her is the hardest thing I ever had to write. For days, I felt strangely detached from life and all the people around me.

I got to the point where it felt inappropriate to do any work. Then it hit me. What is the most important thing you must know after you have lost someone you love so deeply? You must know what they would want you to do.

So many times, bereaved individuals have said, “They would have wanted it this way.” When talking about how a loved one would want their funeral—how they would want to be remembered—and most of all, how they would want us to carry on, you just know.

What would mom want me to do? The answer is clear to anyone who knew her. She would want me to get back in the fight, as soon as possible. She would urge me to keep moving forward. She would exhort me to turn my deep sense of loss into an even greater passion to fight for America, and win lost souls.

The last 7 days have taken a massive toll on the Christian and American family. Let us never forget! It is not just famous people who have died. We have heard from so many who have recently lost husbands, wives, mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, sons and daughters. It is clear that we are a nation in mourning.

The list of the famous who have recently passed on includes: Rush Limbaugh, Apostle Frederick K. C. Price, and Gospel singer Carman Liciardello. Each one leaves a great hole to fill. Each one has pioneered something. Each one would tell us the same thing as my mom: ‘We must keep moving forward!’

Rush Limbaugh must be replaced by new voices. This man, who rattled the timbers of God-hating leftists, who slew countless Marxist and Secular progressive dragons, commands fresh minds and brave thinkers to arise and fill the void. He had a close relationship with Jesus Christ, and, I know that right now, he is exhorting his replacements to rise up.

Apostle Frederick K. C. Price is delivering a much fierier exhortation. You can still hear him provoking supernatural faith in everyone. You can still feel the force of his preaching. Sometimes while he was preaching, a great smile would beam from his face. Other times, he would deliver a deadly- serious call to live righteously, and preach and expose the lies of the devil and the false false limits of dead religion.

Apostle Price’s God was big, mighty, and close at hand, to turn the average person into a world-shaking weapon of Christ. If you were anywhere near him, you would know why you can’t doubt and you can’t settle and, most of all: ‘You can never quit!’

Carman Licciardello­ broke every Christian Gospel Music mold there was. He did not just introduce new music—he introduced a new era. By leaving the beaten path, and the safe road, he did what his hero Andrae Crouch did: he took Christian music to the masses. He took it to those who were lost and most needed to hear it. From the ramparts of heaven, he too is exhorting us that Christian music needs another revolution of soulwinning relevance.

Cristina Murillo: Yes, I am going to say one more thing about my mom. In a world of glaring selfishness, in a world where pregnancy is almost considered a disease, my mom is preaching to us all—as no one else can! We must rid America of the greatest evil to ever see the light of day—abortion.

This heinous slaughter of the innocent is from hell, and it is why there is a curse on America. If there is a sin that will bring down the judgment of God, it is the mass murder of the unborn.

I am convinced that a new prolife ministry will be born in my mother’s honor, and will be fueled by her example.

There it is: a blog written out of my grief and the realization that we must move forward. We must turn our deep losses, whatever they may be, into a burning fire within. A fire that urges us to do more to fight for the Truth, than we have ever imagined.


  1. Mary Anne Weeks

    Thank You, Pastor Mario, for your love and courage as you lead us to press forward. Our prayers are with you and your family. We pray everyday for your ministry. In Christ, Everette and Mary Anne Weeks, Virginia USA

    • C. Jones

      Mario’s mother is beautiful on the outside and the inside. She is the Proverbs 31 woman. She feared the Lord and walked in His ways. What an example of unconditional love! God bless you Mario in ways you have never encountered!

  2. Mary lou Toledo

    Keep moving forward.

  3. Judy geppert

    Mario, .. your heartfelt words touched my heart. Thank you for sharing your
    heart thoughts with us all. Thank you for the beautiful words you shared
    for those who are no longer with us. Our prayers are with you.
    We are grateful. We know you will press forward and your words of life
    will call forth the potential in each of us. Thank you and God bless you.

  4. AMH

    I’m encouraged to keep going each day by my great grandma’s prayers. As a young mom in 87’, I served God & there was great spiritual attack on my family! I said, I’m done delivering my kids of demonic attack.. I’m quitting! But then The Lord while in prayer showed me my great grandma travailing in intercession for me! God said, “ She prayed it! Now you just walk it out!!” I said, Yes Sir! The fear of the Lord has stayed with me since. That’s Gods Love & power in action!!!?
    Sent from Mary’s iPhone

  5. Judy Geppert

    Thank you Mario for your heartfelt words.
    Thank you for your constant encouragement that draws the potential out in each of us.
    My prayers are with you.
    Judy Geppert

  6. Anne Thomson

    Beautiful words, I was unaware about your mum, but heartfelt condolences to you and your family..
    You are a mighty man of God , an encouragement and an example.
    I pray God will comfort you as only he can..

  7. tjgwynn

    Mario, your Mom was an amazing woman who obviously passed on her “stick to it” to her son. Of all she went through & overcame, she raised a powerful man of God! As a mother, that is such a great legacy to leave this world. Our mothers are so important in our lives & we sure feel the gap once they are no longer with us. The other three famous people left their mark as well. I used to listen to Fred Price a lot as he was one of my favourite teachers. My husband & I were at a conference in Seattle, he was there. He stood up to pray & to this day, we have never heard anyone pray like he did. We certainly are living in interesting days. We keep praying & believing that America’s & Canada’s best days are still ahead (along with the rest of the world).

  8. Eric Roman

    Mario, you can take great comfort that your Mami is beaming with joy from heaven before the Lord and she is standing with Rush, Mr Price and Carman, all rejoicing before the Lord that you, her son, continues carrying their work as you inspire us to have faith God and resist the devil. It’s a scene straight out of Return of the Jedi as Luke sees those that came before him – Obi Wan, Anakin and Yoda -approve of him. May God grant you and your family, comfort, peace and joy, and a stronger resolve to bring the Gospel to the lost and make disciples of all nations.

  9. druopbox

    Dear Mario, My deepest condolences on the loss of your Mother, my she rest in peace in Gods presence. I wish also to thank you for all you do in this fight, you are an inspiration!
    God bless you. Your brother in Christ,Vincent

  10. mackcent1958

    God bless you brother, you inspire us all!

  11. Judy Garrick

    Mario and Mechelle, and all friends in family. I’m so sorry to hear, did not no.
    May God give you lots of strength while you go through all this.
    Y’all will be in our thoughts and prayers. Love You, Ted and Judy

  12. nomadianne

    God Bless You! Thank you for sharing about your mother. And yes, all of these are exhorting us to keep moving forward. Thank you for being one of his leaders in this movement. Your mother is smiling.

  13. Tanner from Louisiana

    Brother Mario,
    I don’t like to be cliche with these words about your mom. I really don’t know how you feel but I know you will miss her and I wanted to encourage you and your family. I’m praying for you and your family to have peace and see it as a resurrection day. Your mom is walking side by side with the almighty, The King of Kings and Lord of Lords. I believe she is cheering you on to finish this race, if she is anything like my mom, You was born for this and you have always made her proud, she will miss you but knows you both will be together again. She is thankful God gave her you. She has called all the intercessors and grandmas to start praying for favor and send that Pentecostal ? fire ?to be with you and open the seas. You were born to be a ?spiritual father? to me and the rising remnant. We are ready to take back what the enemy has stolen, we want to see supernatural power. Ask God to turn on the ???⚡️⚡️We are ready. Your Mom is saying don’t be sad, go represent me and the kingdom of God. Go finish the work you was born to do. Tell the people about Jesus, be a chain breaker, flatten walls, heal the sick, set the captives free, save the babies that are being trafficked, aborted, and abused. The “TIME” is now, let your light shine, you was created for this, “TIME” to shake things up.
    Continue to build the tents ? ⛺️

    • B

      Your comment was beautiful; made me cry… thank you!

    • oregonpamela

      Wonderfully said Tanner! Bless you!

  14. nellsh

    Hallelujah, Praise the Lord
    Amen ? ??

  15. kdupontdellyahoocom

    May the sweet Spirit of God pour kisses into yr grieving heart and cover it with the hand that slung the stars and rocked a precious baby in the womb of Mary to set us all free.

  16. Brian Sumption

    Graham Cooke has said, “The highest form of intercession is lamentation.” Thank you Mario for choosing to turn your pain into prayer, and advancing the kingdom of heaven as a result. We mourn the loss of each of the warriors you mentioned along with the many nameless who have also passed. May we all leave our hands on the plow and not let our tears blind us from moving forward in Him.
    Big hug to you to keep on keeping on.

  17. Audrey Cosgrove

    So sorry about your loss..God’s Blessings on you in all you do. You are carrying on well!
    Dan and Audrey Cosgrove

  18. cathyrodgers912

    Dear Mario, We are thinking of you and your family, and praying for strength to get through your loss. Your mother sounded wonderful, and what a legacy she left behind in her children!
    Thank you for all you do to reach the lost souls throughout America (and strengthen those who know the Lord!) May you continue to be blessed in everything you do.
    In Christ,
    Cathy Rodgers 912-667-0102 Savannah, Ga

  19. Ben and Pam Ellis

    Dear Mario and family,
    Our hearts and our prayers go out to all of you. We pray for the comfort of Holy Spirit to fill you and carry you through this time of grieving.
    Thank you for all you are doing for Jesus! We thank God for you!!!!
    Love in Jesus, Ben and Pam in MO

  20. Michelle DiGilarmo

    Amen. Amen. Amen… Celebrating the lives of those who’ve gone before us. We will not quit the good fight. I’m with you Brother Mario with love and prayers?? Shelly DiGilarmo
    Sent from my iPhone

  21. Ellen Boyer

    I see your beautiful mama in your eyes and smile. Keep letting her shine through! When at times you miss her just look in the mirror. She is right there!????

  22. Larry Clark

    Amen! ❤️
    On Sun, Feb 21, 2021, 1:52 AM Mario Murillo Ministries wrote:
    > mariomurilloministries posted: ” The outpouring of love for my mom was > astounding. Tens of thousands of people around the world sent wonderful and > powerful words of comfort. My family is deeply, deeply grateful. As far as > grieving, I can only speak for myself. My mom’s death hit me h” >

    • David Chmielewski

      Our condolences to you and your family!

  23. Sharon Ewing

    So sorry to read about the passing of you mother. There is always a void left when we lose someone, may your memories bring smiles not tears (eventually). Please continue to PRESS ON! and move Christ’s kingdom forward.

  24. Bacpastir

    We as a faith community share the grief of loss for all our bothers and sisters – but we hold to the promise Of one day gathering in glory As one body brings such hope MY your mom Legacy continue on and your whole family
    Sent from my iPhone

  25. Neila Joy Cundith

    I love you Mario and have for decades. You speak Truth always and that is most important always.
    Thank you for sharing your heart.

  26. Shauna Miller

    Our love and prayers for you and your family continue. And our God is answering them, as you press on along with the families of all those who have stepped into eternity. Their examples absolutely inspire us to continue to run the race, and perhaps even increase the pace. My Mother died 30 years ago, at the tender age of 60, but she left a legacy that continues today. Only our God can accomplish these things – all for His glory. May His peace and presence comfort and strengthen you as only He can. Thank you for all you do for the Kingdom of God. We love you!

  27. faerie

    Bro. Mario I’m deeply sorrowful for the loss of the one who gave you a chance to live, and I know she was very proud of the person you have become, I’m deeply touched by the messages I read every morning, never stop being who you are, God is touched when he reads them also . Appreciate you much
    Sent from my iPad

  28. Martha Wertz

    Dear Mario, despite your deep grief and mourning, you took the time, mustered the strength to share your feelings as well as the story of your beautiful and precious mother. What an incredible Woman of Faith! What a FINE SON! Reading your words and the comments of others has generated much encouragement and hope in the power of a praying mother, in the goodness of God, in the unity among ekklesia, in the blessings passed through generations regarding perseverance in prayer and trust in God’s BIG PICTURE. Your mother reminds me of my own mother who passed over 10 years ago, Martha Rosalia Chavarria, born in Costa Rica and despite many challenges, such as your mom’s, never stop praying for each of us, never held back her love and commitment to serving our God. I was delighted to read how your mother often slept with a Bible covering her, as I have done likewise, placing God’s Word over my heart as I pray for sons and daughters, grands, others, wondering and hoping that my efforts are making a difference. As you honored your mother, I was reminded that I come from a long line of woman/ mothers who had to pick up the pieces and carry on, despite losses, despite unfortunate events, despite adversity. Such inspiration in your words regarding how we are to not give up the fight for the SANTICTY of LIFE, as we seek to protect the unborn at all costs. Honoring our mothers and fathers carries on long after they depart this earth. Let us stand strong and continue in service, as your mother did, as you are doing, carrying on the Business of our Father God.

  29. Fritz Brown

    We love you Bro. Mario!
    Keep preaching and winning souls. Every soul you introduce to Messiah has your mother to thank! While in heaven a short period of time, she has probably already met tens of thousands who heard you preach the Gospel on earth and committed their lives to Jesus and who are now thanking her for her commitment to let the unborn live!
    They are all shouting gratefully to us, “Keep winning souls!”

  30. Patti Stanton

    So sorry to hear about the loss of your mom.  Yes, she would tell you to “keep going”, “keep carrying the torch to a hurting world”.  We do appreciate you and your team.   Be strong, be brave, stand and keep going!! Blessings, Patti Sullivan T’s Trucking LLC 2379 Pine Crest Drive Lancaster, Ohio 43130 EIN  82-1721363
    614-205-9397 mobile

  31. R.K. McWilliams

    Once again, Mario, you are spot on in your message and encouragement. You see, I have another to add to your list of deceased…my beloved husband, Pastor Mark McWilliams, who was shot and killed at Starrville Church in Winona, Texas on January 3, 2021. He was a true shepherd and gave his life protecting the flock. In my grieving I have resolved to continue on as my “Preacher-Man” would want me to. I am continuing with the plans we had made before his murder. My heart says to honor him and the Lord so this intercessor is pulling up her boots straps and getting back in the mud. Mark didn’t ask me to marry him, he asked me to be my covenant prayer partner. Now, I am trying to make that adjustment of losing such an important part of my life… not just my loving partner, but my prayer partner… but I have to say, our Lord has been especially kind to me as He is to all who are brokenhearted. My love and prayers to you and your family as your ministry touches thousands of souls for the Lord…thank you, Mario, and I thank your beautiful mother for letting your ministry happen.

  32. Laura Dominick

    Your mother is beautiful! The love between the two of you is wonderful. Both of my parents – the two people I have loved most on this planet – are rejoicing in Heaven. I miss them every day, but any time I feel sad I just start thanking Jesus that they are in Heaven with Him and that this evil world can no longer touch them. I so look forward to seeing them again and remaining with them forever! I am grateful for you, Mario – what a testimony you gave that shines light on the evil of abortion. May the Lord bless you and comfort you in the loss of your Mom – just think how gloriously happy she is right this very minute! Hallelujah! Praise the Lord!

  33. Eva Rosbottom

    Your mother looks like an angel.
    Sent from my iPhone

  34. Donna M. Coller

    As a mom I will pray even more fervently for you and all that you stand for and champion. The way that you honor your mom and her Christlike example is the greatest tribute that she could receive. You continuing your fight will continue to thrill her heart which is bursting with love for you and pride for all that you say and do. Thank you for being such an example and blessing to so many of us.

  35. Karen Mason

    I am sorry for your loss! Thank you for sharing your words of wisdom with all of us. When I read your last post, I can understand now that you were brought into this world to truly make an impact. I pray that you will continue to reach as many people as possible and that you will continue to be blessed and have the strength to continue. You truly are making a difference in the lives of so many. You give me hope for the future and the conviction to find ways that I can help in this fight! Blessings!

  36. J

    So wonderful to see such love and respect for your Mom. Just think, every woman that gets saved has the potential to become a Mom like yours, raising another evangelist. Praying for you!

  37. michaelsonofthemosthigh

    Very well said Brother Mario! I speak peace, comfort and strength over you and your family in Jesus name!!! You have a fire and purity of heart that is amazing to see in action. Continue being that soul winner!

  38. addedperspective2020

    Praying for your healing from the loss, keep up the fight she passed on to you: “This heinous slaughter of the innocent is from hell, and it is why there is a curse on America. If there is a sin that will bring down the judgment of God, it is the mass murder of the unborn.” We must wake the Remnant up to repent and pray against this great evil.

  39. William Lanning

    Thank you Mario for your transparency and your tribute to your mother. Keep moving forward, winning souls, preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ!

  40. Kristin Salzman

    Thank you for sharing from your heart about your Mom’s home-going and I pray that God’s loving arms wrap around you and your family who are bearing the sorrow and loss of her presence now. May God’s Word be alive in you now more than ever as you move on in doing God’s will with His power and love just as your Mom would desire.
    Psalm 119:76  Let, I pray Thee, Thy merciful kindness be for my comfort, according to Thy Word unto Thy servant. 
    2Thessalonians 2:16 Now our Lord Jesus Christ Himself, and God, even our Father, which hath loved us, and hath given us everlasting consolation and good hope through grace,
    17 Comfort your hearts, and stablish you in every good word and work.
    Isaiah 61:1  The Spirit of the Lord GOD is upon me; because the LORD hath anointed me to preach good tidings unto the meek; He hath sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to them that are bound; 
    2  To proclaim the acceptable year of the LORD, and the day of vengeance of our God; to comfort all that mourn; 
    3  To appoint unto them that mourn in Zion, to give unto them beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness; that they might be called trees of righteousness, the planting of the LORD, that He might be glorified. 

  41. prayinginok

    Thank you Mario! Your words reminded me of Paul in 2 Corinthians 4:8-9 when he said: “We are troubled on every side, yet not distressed; we are perplexed, but not in despair’ persecuted, but not forsaken; cast down, but not destroyed.” Yes, your Mom is now cheering you on from Heaven. She is proud of all you’re doing!

    • prayinginok

      I listened to Carman’s song “Satan Bite the Dust” the other day. It had been a long time since I’d heard it. The words are just as powerful today as they were when he wrote it:

  42. hallelujahtothelamb1

    Wherefore, my brethren, ye also are become dead to the law by the body of Christ; that ye should be married to another, even to him who is raised from the dead, that we should bring forth fruit unto God.
    Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android

  43. Elaine Heistad

    Moms are the greatest earthly gift one will ever receive. We move onward and forward in the fight FOR LIFE.God, Himself is raising up fighters. Our generation must lead the fight, be an example, which is what I thank you for doing. My mom left me a great example of faith. Our memoried will always be alive and well, but we must persevere now for those without Christ. We are living in incredible times. I pray the Body of Christ will rise up in faith and their eye see the great things God has done and is doing and will continue. We join you in the fight and thank you for your leadership.

  44. Terri goss

    My heart is with you and and your family ,my the Lord God give all of you peace and comfort as he has in mind over the years of losing loved ones ♥️

  45. JoAnne Chambers

    I am so sorry for your loss.
    What a beautiful tribute to your mother. From her new home in heaven she is encouraging you to continue the work God planned for you long before you were born. Praying for God’s comfort and peace for you and your family.

  46. Lynn Thomas

    The heart remembers best what it has loved the most…………….praying for your determination to keep moving forward. I just buried my precious Mom 6 months ago………………locked down in her memory care unit due to Covid restrictions
    she went into failure to thrive.

  47. Deborah Stock

    Dearest Mario:
    Please know we have been praying for you here at our little church in NW Arkansas.
    You have ministered to so many of us for so many years, may you now receive back the ministry and comfort of the Holy Spirit from the saints who are praying for you and your family.
    Yes, keep going forward with the strength of His might, love and comfort. You are such a dear friend to the Ekklesia, and we carry you in our hearts and pray daily.
    Deborah Stock
    Faith gets answers. Enduring faith gets answers with character. Bill Johnson
    On Sun, Feb 21, 2021, 2:45 AM Mario Murillo Ministries wrote:
    > mariomurilloministries posted: ” The outpouring of love for my mom was > astounding. Tens of thousands of people around the world sent wonderful and > powerful words of comfort. My family is deeply, deeply grateful. As far as > grieving, I can only speak for myself. My mom’s death hit me h” >

  48. Laurie Pohlenz

    Thank you you are standing for truth.

  49. Sue Berry

    Thank you for sharing your Moms testimony I pray for Jesus peace and comfort for you and your family. May her legacy be a rich one as the Lord blesses her honour of Him beyond all you dream. To Jesus be the glory.

  50. Mary Beth Volz

    Holy Spirit please comfort this man. Ministry angels minister to Mario. My granddaughter is named Christina. God bless you and your family.

  51. Sandra Hutchison

    Mario, My sympathy to you and your family at the loss of your Mom! I always thought Mom’s don’t die! But my Mom and your Mom and thousands of other Mom’s went to be with Jesus. It’s unfortunate we are left with the void.
    Sandra Hutchison, a faithful follower!
    Sent from my iPad

  52. Marrion Hamm

    Thank you Mario. Our deep condolences for your loss. You wrote a beautiful tribute to the life of your mom. She was an awesome person- one who never quit! ❤️❤️❤️

  53. Linda B

    Thank you Mr Murillo for this honouring, deeply moving and encouraging post. God’s peace that passes all understanding rest upon you and give your strength as you keep running the race. Yes, we desperately need you in the race.
    Thank you for all that you do to bring encouragement and provocation to the Body of Christ and hope for the lost to find Christ.

  54. Don and Georgia Howard

    we love you Mario, our hearts go out to you and your family. what a wonderful heart your mom had. continue on in her memory.

  55. Elizabeth Rainey

    Another beautiful encouraging word and tribute to your beautiful mother , thank you , my heart is touched in the deepest way , and prompted to pray more earnestly and consistently , for you my family and body of Christ how we need each other ,at this time, I do feel their exhortation from the heaven-lies,and the deep love of our Lord Jesus Christ ,being shed abroad in my heart , Keep keeping on dear brother , do not grow weary in well doing , May you experience a new fresh double portion anointing Of His Holy Spirit carrying you forth , as you are in the Harvest fields of Our Master , Oh how he loves us , how he loves you Good and faithful servant , He delights in you , you bring joy to His heart , Gods smile and favor are on you strengthen you , Sincerely Elizabeth Rainey
    Sent from my iPad

  56. beauwaln

    Amen, Amen, AMEN!

  57. Michael A Druckenmiller Sr

    10-4 Message Received!
    Never Forget (Whose we are), Never surrender (to the unholy).

    • NickT

      Yes we lost some great people..Rush was a true patriot and I listen to him for years, hopefully
      someone will take up where he left off. I spoke with my brother in Phoenix, Az. yesterday and it seems like he is actually is excepting the new fake normal of Biden / Harris. I’m sorry but they stole the election and they haven’t even done anything about voting irregularities, etc. So I will never accept them as my president unless that is fixed with a true non-bias nationwide audit of voting irregularities. Those who left us are cheering us on…don’t give up on our nation. Believe God is going to fix this as he chooses, and in his time!

    • NickT

      Amen Bro

  58. Leslie E. Everhart

    What a beautiful tribute to these faithful witnesses of Christ! I am so sorry for your loss Mario. We lost our beloved Nellie last Monday. My wonderful mother in law. She loved the Lord too so we are rejoicing for her homecoming!
    These past 16 months the Lord has been with myself, and 8 others to birth the crisis pregnancy center called MyChoice Resource Center in north Metro Denver, Colorado. We open March 1st to the glory of the Lord! We will share the Gospel and offer the life-saving message of Jesus. Please be praying!
    I have been praying for your upcoming luncheon March 4th, and for it to be the beginning of a major revival!
    May the Lord continue to bless you and keep you, and cause His face to shine upon you.

  59. Sharon

    Pure, heart-grabbing words from the heart of the Father. God’s mighty favour upon you!

  60. David Carroll

    still praying for you,but we got up in fight that what your mom n my would want us to do.God bless you brother.

  61. Lil

    God bless you Mario for speaking from your heart! Yes our loved ones who have passed on would want us to continue on in our love for Christ & Christian values!

  62. Ann Lambert

    AMEN! Thank you Mario and mom for being faithful servants of JESUS, for never giving up, and for the words to LIFT US UP and give us news in the SPIRIT OF FAITH! JESUS, OUR MASTER will complete what He started WE ARE HIS BODY! The CHURCH is essential! The broken lost world needs JESUS as much as we do! GOD BLESS you and your family!

  63. Linda

    May God fill your heart and mind with beautiful memories of your Mom.
    Linda awilburn

  64. Carolyn Collins

    Wonderful words for all! Sorry about your mom, but what a wonderful tribute!!!

  65. Dianne Doonan

    Thank you for your fiery passion and love that doesn’t want to cover a multitude of sin but through the Love of Christ wants to expose unholiness and bring the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the lost and dying. It’s the Good News of God that leads men to repentance and then the life changing and sustaining and enabling Grace of God by the power of the Holy Spirit that continually brings us our victory in our lives as we walk holy, sperated, set apart and sanctified lives in Him. God bless you and all of your family and ministry staff and partners as we pick up and carry the baton of those saints who have gone to Glory and have passed it to is to carry across to the finish line! Love you brother Mario. ✝️?❤️

  66. Judy Kimbrell

    Thank you!!!

  67. Aaron Jackson

    I have surgery coming up soon.
    I want you to know that you have been a consistent light on a hill for me and I love sharing your material with people.
    You gave me and my wife a word in 2018 and my wife’s word came to pass when you gave it it was the as if you were speaking to us as a time traveler from the future I know that sounds “Art Bell-ish” I would love to share with you what has happened and the impact and the portion of that word you spoke to me almost hurts to talk about.
    I’m a pastor in so cal I wanted to be at your pastors event but I’ve been physically hurting now There are spinal issues that have developed to go along with other things.
    Regardless I have so much respect for you I wish I was half the man you are.
    I lost my mom 10 years ago.
    It hurts but I promise you you’re going to make it and I couldn’t imagine how proud she must be of you.
    Your a great man!

    • B

      Praying for your pain to be healed, Pastor Jackson ??

      • Aaron Jackson

        Thank you! I’m believing For total healing.
        A lot to get done for God.

  68. Karen Yorio

    You are such a blessing to others. I have prayed that God calms your spirit and gives you His peace which surpasses understanding.
    The brain is a marvelous thing, recalling a memory. The heart is the best though. It recalls the LOVE attached to the memory. Thank God He gave us a HEART to remember the LOVE too. A quote from a friend, whose grandmother gave her these words:
    “Grief never ends…but it changes. It’s a passage, not a place to stay. Grief is not a sign of weakness, nor a lack of faith…it is the price of love.”
    “I lift up my eyes to the hills—where does my help come from? My help comes from the LORD, the Maker of heaven and earth. He will not let your foot slip—he who watches over you will not slumber” (Psalm 121:1-3).
    I’m so sorry for your loss. May God dry every tear!

  69. Rhona Temple

    Mario I too like 1000’s are sorry about your mom. It makes me cry because my mom was the reason for my salvation and love of Jesus. She converted from Anglican to marry my dad, a Catholic then helped three of her 4 daughters in our journey with God. For years she gave me tapes and books and prayed. An amazing example of God’s love towards her family. Your mother was beautiful. Mother’s are such a gift. She has left the most amazing gift “YOU” to a world that needs you so much right now. Thank you for being the man of God that God has called you to be. In heaven her heart will be singing and smiling as all her sacrifices will no longer be remembered because of the rejoicing when she peeks down at you and your family. Hugs!

  70. Fsauce sanders

    Your mother sounds like an amazing woman. As you mentioned we must keep moving forward those words and gifts our Lord keeps myself and my wife going. When our only child passed our beloved 10 yr old daughter. I thank GOD for her being in our life and can’t wait to be in our lords presence surrounded by friends and family and of course our little girl.

  71. Gil Zaragoza

    I fully concur!!! FORWARD!!! We cannot be defeated and we will not quit!!!!!

  72. Baudelia Bargas


  73. Kathryn E. Hornaday

    This message today is powerful Mario and I thank you!

  74. Nancy Keck Molina

    All I can say is thank you thank you for all you do, and for how encouraging you are, and may God keep you SAFE and encouraged and strengthened every day!!
    Amazing story about your Mom!

  75. Laurie

    Thank You Mario, and bless you and your family.

  76. Lisa Kaye

    My sincere condolences to you and your family.
    On Sun, Feb 21, 2021, 2:15 AM Mario Murillo Ministries wrote:
    > mariomurilloministries posted: ” The outpouring of love for my mom was > astounding. Tens of thousands of people around the world sent wonderful and > powerful words of comfort. My family is deeply, deeply grateful. As far as > grieving, I can only speak for myself. My mom’s death hit me h” >

  77. lindaogorman

    Mr. Murillo, My deepest sympathy to you and your family. My heart hurts for your loss. Blessings and Favor to you, Linda OGorman

  78. Gigi Cox

    So sorry to hear about your Mom. Thank for sharing. Will be praying for you and your family.

  79. Stacy

    Thank you Mario for sharing your Mother with us. What an amazing and inspiring woman. I know you will continue to make your mom proud and honour her. I pray for you and your family and that you will continue your ministry with greater strength, endurance, and power than ever before.
    Your words came at the right time for me and spoke to my heart, as I lost my mom a week ago and my dad two weeks ago. I have felt numb and disconnected from life. This post confirms what I have been feeling this week that I should now do. Thank you. My dad always told me, “Don’t cry for me, because I know where I am going and it will be glorious there.” I have cried, but I will continue to do and be what they raised me to be, a child of God who loves to pray and never gives up. I look forward to the time that I will have reading my dad’s bible and I pray that maybe you might have your mom’s bible and can do the same. May we both gain much through our reading of their favorite and most valued book.

    • Pamela

      Dear Stacy, As a sister in the Lord, I extend my sincere condolences for the passing of your parents. My Dad passed away five months ago to His external home. I pray for the Peace that passes all understanding to minister to you and your family.
      Our parents were of a generation that pressed on in good and bad times. I’m thankful for that heritage and know all our loved ones are cheering us on to fight the good fight and finish the race.
      Blessings to my brothers and sisters in Christ who gives us EVERYTHING He knows we need for such a time as this.
      Praise God. Peace ?️?

  80. Agnes Poire

    Dear Mario, I have lost my husband and my youngest child ( one year ago) and I know spiritually we know they are rejoicing but mentally and emotionally we have to go through a process of grief , and it is a daily walk with Him, for him to fill that place and keep reminding ourselves they are in a wonderful place waiting for us… they are no longer suffering … you are so needed here and now more than ever you have to go on…we are to look forward and press…you are strong and able in Christ…keep up the good fight we love you…

  81. Ruben Aponte

    I am sure she was and is very proud of you. A man of God-evangelist You will see her again. Thanks for sharing Mario. We all go though ups and downs in life. She fought the good fight and you and your sister will see mom again.
    Be blessed- Be safe- Get some rest

  82. Jennifer Ray

    Thank you so much for sharing with your readers the great tribute to your mother. I am so very sorry for your loss. I believe in God’s eyes she was a giant of faith!! I first became aware of you in the 80s after God brought me out of the darkness into the light. Then I lost track of you. Thank you for your steadfastness in fighting the good fight of faith and never, never, never giving up!! Love in Christ Jesus, Jennifer Ray.
    JENNY RAY Sent from my iPad

  83. elizabeth Marini

    Losing a mother is unique especially when they pour into your life their love and trust of the Lord. Let’s continue to carry the torch Mario. Love you my brother. I am sure your mom is smiling ear to ear because of her courageous son!

  84. Michele Beim

    What a wonderful tribute to your Mom! It’s sounds like she had a great relationship with our KING JESUS and HE Blessed her with a Son who is One with our LORD….
    Please know there are so many seeking the FATHER on behalf of our nation and with you in making the Love & Grace of KING JESUS known!!!

  85. Rose

    Dear Pastor Murillo,
    My sincere sympathy on the passing of your mom. I know that our Lord and savior has surrounded you with his comforting arms. Thank you for sharing your beautiful words – a great woman of inspiration to us all. She is now celebrating her home going with our Lord, her family and the angels. May the peace of the Lord be with you and your family always.
    Sincerely, Rose

  86. Gwen Bullard

    We support you!! Check will be coming in mail!! Best way we know to defeat the enemy is to support those who are on the front lines. Looking forward to meeting your mother one day in heaven. I’m confident that she and many others are cheering us on in this last age stand we are making against the enemy and snatching many out of hells fire.
    Expecting miracles to come from March 4th meeting with pastors from all over California.
    God bless you and your family
    Don and Gwen Bullard
    Sent from my iPhone


    Thank you Brother Mario. Yes, heaven is shouting to us to press on. I understand the ho

  88. Cindy Roberts

    Mario, I’ve only known you through your emails for a few months. The loss of your Mother is a loss that I understand; yet, to see our Mothers in Heaven some day is part of the glory we will experience. Just know my heart and prayers are with you and your family. I wish I could be there and help in some small way to bear your grief. And yes, our Mothers want us to carry forward till God calls us home with the mission God has given us and the reason for the life they gave to us. I love you as a sister in Christ. Maybe someday we can meet. Praying for you and for God’s Spirit to move across our Land. First to bring souls to faith in the wonderful God we love and serve, Bless you, Mario.

    • Princess Tesha

      Thank You & Thank you Jesus for making a way into God’s Marvelous Light. Mario, as Rush always said, a gift on loan from Heaven, Bless you Baby boy…..Lots of Love In Christ Jesus…Princess

  89. Mae Bochau

    One can only say again with sadness–Amen!

  90. shirlea durston

    Mario, thank you so much for your words of hope. May the blessings you were raised under continue to flow out of you. Praying for your voice to be heard and your words to be received like manna.
    Sent from my iPhone

  91. glhansen11

    Isn’t it strange that we are mourning while they are rejoicing in the presence of their Lord and Savior…… I felt the same way when I sat with my mother as she went to the Lord. I look forward to out reunion!

  92. Diane

    Marillo, I cannot wait to meet your mom on heaven.

  93. sherry

    Thank you so much for your vulnerability, candor, and allowing yourself to b FULLY used by God. Lord Bless, Comfort you and yours at this difficult time. Neither her life nor her death was in vain.

  94. Erin Walker

    As a Mother, a grandmother, and a greatgrandmother, I can say I would want the same thing from my family. Keep on keep on, be the best you can be, fight the good fight. So thankful for you, Mario, and for you godly mother.

  95. Nancy Keiser

    My heartfelt sympathy to you and your family! Yes, other “famous” people have died, but your mother is “famous” in your eyes…and rightfully so. You can be so proud of her, and I am sure she was of you, Mario. Your mother stood against abortion when pressure hit her to do so. Then to even lay the Holy Bible on her belly and pray faithfully for her unborn child spoke of her faith in God. Mario, I thank the Lord for your mother, and I thank the Lord for you. Oh, how He has answered her prayers! How many other ministers, evangelists, doctors, journalists, etc, has this world lost because the value of life was not cared about. Thank you, Mario, for your compassionate heart to see souls saved, and for all babies to be carried to term and not be aborted. May Holy Spirit comfort you and your family, and may He give you the strength to keep “fighting” for lost souls and the unborn babies! You are in my prayers. Thank you also for writing the book, Vessels of Fire and Glory, which has impacted my life greatly. To God be the Glory!

  96. Susan

    Amen amen amen!!
    Your blog post confirms what I’ve been hearing too: 2021 a year of moving forward.
    In Jesus Name. Amen

  97. Janice Willee Willee

    I am so sorry for your loss. Your mother was a wonderful person. She is beautiful. God bless you through this time of grief. Remember there is joy in knowing she is in heaven with Jesus.

  98. Helene

    When my Dad died I felt like my heart was ripped out of me. About a year later I saw something on TV that inspired me to ask Jesus to tell my Dad that I love him. Faster than my brain could ever work I heard. “He loves you, too”. Wow! That got the idea that Dad was in heaven from my head into my heart and I was healed of my grief. He was as close as a prayer. When my Mom died, I had the same supernatural peace. They are not just in my past, they are in my future.
    Mario, I pray you have the same supernatural peace that surpasses all understanding, too. Amen.

  99. Tony Loftis

    Mario, we too are cheering you on as you continue to inspire us to NOT give up the fight.

  100. Phil Sartell

    You have honored your mom so eloquently. These two blogs have been very moving and inspiring. Thank you, bother, for staying in the fight and standing for the Word of the Lord n

  101. Judy weir

    It’s been more than 2 years now since I lost my husband of 51 years and I still miss him a lot but my loving Father God is calling me out of grief ( filling every lonely and hurting place) and as I seek ,new life to press into what Gods wants ( a heavenly zip line, not complacency) His love and the love of the Body stirs me on! Judy

  102. Toni Cox

    Through your grief, thank you for pushing on to encourage the body of Christ. During the dark nights of mourning, may God strengthen you and fill you with His peace and comfort.
    Toni Cox

  103. Linda Rath

    So very sorry to learn about your mom. Truly a sad time for you and your family- please accept my condolences on your loss- I know that God is holding you close and comforting you during this time of grieving. I feel comforted that I KNOW where my family members are, and that I will see them soon. I still have my (91 y.o.) mom with me, and I dread the day when she, too, goes home. God bless you, Mario!

  104. caraballo216

    Pastor Mario. My condolences to you and your family. Your mom was such a beautiful woman and now she is in place that we all long for one day. I follow and read your message everyday. Please don’t give that up. We have so many people that need Jesus and you are one of His disciples for this job, especially in California. May God give you strength and blessings during this difficult time. We will keep you in prayer.

  105. Sue Langford

    Thank you Mario for your precious words for your mom. Our God will continue using her life for all who have ears to hear. Bless you and your family. Continue following HIS DIRECTION we need to change our world. Blessings ???
    Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone

  106. Brenda Sides

    I understand your grief. My dad passed in December. In addition, I had other relationship losses in November, although not from death.
    The Lord revealed that I had such a spirit of heaviness! He led me to Isaiah 61. I read verses 1-3 daily. Praise God he ministered to me through His Word.
    Bless you Brother and let’s keep moving onward & upward for His Kingdom.

  107. Shirley Tasch

    That was a brilliant post. Praying for you to feel the Comfort of the Lord in ways that only He can give. Your words are true and I know there will be others to rise up in the place of those you mentioned. The greatest tribute you can give to your mom is to continue what you are doing to reach thousands to the Lord and all the while she is cheering you  on. God bless you. Looking forward to seeing you on FLASHPOINT.  Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android

  108. thefathersfeet

    So sorry for your loss.

  109. Wingrdr

    Mario and family our thoughts and prayers are with as you forge ahead with the task that God has called you to do. It is so bitter sweet when we loose someone close to us..the tears and sadness and at the same time the joy of knowing we will celebrate with them in heaven in the not so distant future. Blessings in all that you do in your ministry.


    Hi Mario, When my mother passed away, someone told me that no one loves you like your mother – how true that is. It is a loss that can never be replaced. What a beautiful testimony to her. I love you and your ministry and will be praying for you in this deep, deep loss. All that you have accomplished for our Lord has earned her many jewels in heaven. May you experience the Shalom of our Lord… Barbara Hume

  111. Lois Rhodes

    Thank you for the encouragement!

  112. dorothy41

    Thank you SO MUCH for sharing her picture!! * Dorothy * 2 Corinthians 3:18 Open faced before God…
    On Sun, Feb 21, 2021 at 12:47 AM Mario Murillo Ministries wrote:
    > mariomurilloministries posted: ” The outpouring of love for my mom was > astounding. Tens of thousands of people around the world sent wonderful and > powerful words of comfort. My family is deeply, deeply grateful. As far as > grieving, I can only speak for myself. My mom’s death hit me h” >

  113. Christine Hamm

    God bless you brother Mario. You are such a blessing and inspiration to me and so many others! What a beautiful, wonderful, brave, courageous Mom you had! She will be greatly missed by you and your family. I pray for you for God’s love, strength and empowerment to fill you to do the work Je has called you to do.

  114. Maria Altizer

    Brother Mario, I have followed your ministry since the early 90s. I commend you on your faithfulness and commitment. I am so very sorry for the loss of your extremely beautiful mother. I too am Nicaraguan and my mother just passed a year ago and I can so relate to your comments on the hardest thing ever. Thank you for your wisdom, your words comfort me. God bless you and what you’re doing for the kingdom and continue to win the souls for the Lord Jesus Christ. Shalom dear brother Mario

  115. Elia Hubrich

    Dear brother Mario Murillo,
    I am sorry for your loss, I know that your mother has graduated to a better place, yes it hurt that she is no longer with us, but remember you will see her again, I however, I lost my mother last January, and I am, not sure if I will ever see her, since she did not accepted our LORD and SAVIOR, JESUS CHRIST. (she was in the JEHOVAH Witness cult for a long time, ) I grow up with out any religion, but I knew the fear of GOD, I became a born again Christian, in 1987, I witness to her, but she will said that I had been brain wash, and will not listen to what I had to say.
    I enjoyed your messages that you sent me every day, thank you brother, and God bless you and your ministry. Bless you and your family. Continue following HIS DIRECTION we need to change our world. Blessings ???

  116. DebY

    Your mother possessed extraordinary beauty. It sounds as if she was extraordinarily beautiful on the inside, too. Thank you for all the ways you share with us!

  117. reneelepage

    Brother Mario, we have loved watching you on Flashpoint on the Victory Network. Thank you for sharing the beautiful story of your mother; I’m looking forward to meeting her in Heaven! I was reminded of what the Lord told our pastor when his father moved to Heaven, she’s not just in your past, she’s in your future. (It was in a series he did called “Victory Over Death”, you can download it for free on their website:
    These great men and women of God are now a part of an enormous cloud of witnesses! Thank you for all you do for the Kingdom.

  118. Susan Hudson

    My father passed away in October. I grieve with you, but you are so right. We must go on!

  119. bjweaver697

    God Bless you, brother Mario. So sorry for the loss of your Mother. You are so right, she would want all of us to press on even harder than ever before. I thank God for the way he is using your Ministry, in this End Time. May God give you strength, power, and boldness! God Bless

  120. Neil Rokke

    Brother Mario, I feel your loss and pain right now, as my Mom went home to be with The Lord last Sunday, early in the morning. I’m with you going through the valley right now, but yet I’m more on fire for God as i have never been all these years as a believer. You, and you ministry, are part of stoking that fire. i pray for God’s peace and comfort to envelope you and your family in a greater measure, and for a stronger and fresher measure of the anointing to continue carrying out your mission for Him. God bless you and your ministry. Go get ’em! We are all the stronger for it.

  121. Desertstream

    One can feel your heartbeat and emotion on every word here, Mario. Please don’t hurry the grieving process along. Let it run its course until it gradually subsides to where the Healing Balm has done its full work; and then back onto full speed with even greater resolve, focus, and determination with an added impetus: the Inspiration of your Mother’s Memory… Grace and Peace.

  122. Joyce Daugherty

    So sorry for the loss of your mother….You look like her. Remember the good times and memories of her love for you and your siblings….Love will conquer all in the end….You are a light in a dark place in America right now…You lift me up everyday with your unwaving word of God….You were blessed with a great mom…

  123. smuzick

    Mario, I also know the pain of losing a Mom although my Mom passed many years ago. But, what she instilled in me bears fruit every day. Yes, there isn’t a day that something my Mom taught me comes to my mind. That is what keeps her alive. That is what her mission was, to teach and instruct me so that I would not be like everyone else but run my own race. Also, this year 2021 has brought the death of loved ones near and dear to me. So, we continue to fight and win. That is what we were destined to do. That IS what they wanted. God bless.

  124. BT

    God bless you Mario, and your family. I too have lost my parents, and understand the depth of grief that one can have. However, I also know that I will see them again, and so you will with your mother. The grief is for a time, but that time will pass and we will again have joy as we spend time with the Lord and our loved ones. For now, our work is ahead of us and the road is fraught with hazard and physical, emotional, and spiritual danger, but fear not! The Lord is with us, and He who is in me is greater than he who is in the world. The enemy knows this and knows his time is coming to an end, and so must lash out with the tools he has: anger, hatred, lies, physical attacks, spiritual warfare, and anything he can find that might hurt a brother or sister in the Lord. We will overcome the enemy through the power of God’s Holy Spirit.
    Praise God, and pass the ammunition!

  125. Jenny

    Dear Mario,
    Your mum would be so proud of you. Her heart bursting with joy.
    Thank you for all that you do. ?
    Jenny (Australia )

  126. Debbie Martens

    Brother Mario we love you and appreciate your honest, pure and sincere
    Heart. We are with you all the way. Thank you for your courage. Take your
    Mom’s legacy and populate heaven. She was and is so proud of you.
    Pastor Debbie
    With you in the fight

  127. fifiskouri2

    You hit the mark, Mario. Murillo. All of us on the same boat OWE each other a big warm LONG HUG

  128. Phyllis Pullan

    Dear Mario and family: Please accept my deepest sympathy on the passing of your beloved mother. She is where it is “far better” as well as others so much a part of our lives as was mentioned. They continue their intercession for us and America!
    May God and His Word continue to bless and encourage as you heal.
    Love and prayers,
    Phyllis Pullan

  129. thewhiterabbit2016

    Mario, you should have told how physically beautiful your mother was as well.  Heaven is blessed to have her.

  130. Leah Tucker

    Thank you
    On Sun, Feb 21, 2021, 3:05 AM Mario Murillo Ministries wrote:
    > mariomurilloministries posted: ” The outpouring of love for my mom was > astounding. Tens of thousands of people around the world sent wonderful and > powerful words of comfort. My family is deeply, deeply grateful. As far as > grieving, I can only speak for myself. My mom’s death hit me h” >

  131. Patty VanderVeen

    Brother Mario, you are deeply loved, a total inspiration to me! Your mother would want your passion to burn brighter and brighter. She and Jesus cheer you on together!

  132. asenath41

    Thank you so much for sharing your heart and exhorting us to keep moving on. Yes, Your mother would be wanting you to keep on going even more than you have been if that is possible. Then your grieving will not be in vain. It will be with a valiant cause as you continue to lead us, God’s people ahead even stronger. I pray often for you.

  133. Carrie Werner

    God bless you brother Mario! I love and appreciate you so much. The Lord speaks through you mightily! Thank you for standing strong and keeping the fire burning hot, even in the midst of your deep grief. May God comfort and strengthen you like never before.

  134. Naomi Seabourne

    So sorry for your loss. Your loss is heavens gain. Keep fighting the good fight. I know that is what all mothers want for their children. Your ministry means so much to me. Also your books. I look forward to your blogs. So encouraging. Am going to try & come to Modesto. Love to listen to you preach. Your passion is my passion. To see the lost saved & people delivered.

  135. Dee

    Soon my brother no more tears. Shes cooking w Jesus for the marriage feast!

  136. Marion Hooton

    Yes and Amen. Very true.Love hearing from you in Canada.Also enjoy FlashPoint very much.

  137. linda mason

    Oh Marillo I’m so sorry for your lost. I do know you will see her again as she is in Heaven right. Thoughts and prayers for you and the family

  138. Charlene

    You have our sympathy on the death of your beautiful mother. What a beautiful tribute that you wrote. You are truly a blessing for the body of Christ in you wise words and inner beautiful spirit that you radiate.

  139. Mindy White

    Prayers for comfort of Holy Spirit for your loss. We pray for you and are so grateful for you! Blessings sir! – Chris and Mindy White

  140. marysethluoma

    Again, beautiful words and a good word that we must all fight the good fight. Your mom sounds like the absolute best. I would have loved to meet her. I look forward to meeting her in Heaven. Prayers for you and the family continue.
    On Sun, Feb 21, 2021, 4:08 AM Mario Murillo Ministries wrote:
    > mariomurilloministries posted: ” The outpouring of love for my mom was > astounding. Tens of thousands of people around the world sent wonderful and > powerful words of comfort. My family is deeply, deeply grateful. As far as > grieving, I can only speak for myself. My mom’s death hit me h” >

  141. Monica

    “Let the church rise and move the gates of hell!” RIP to each of them.

  142. Mark DuBois

    Love to you & your family brother Mario.
    Mark & Susan

  143. Mirian Montalvo

    Dearest Man of God, so very sorry for your loss. May our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ send Angels to hold your arms up as you continue warring against the demonic kingdom of satan and his followers!
    Praying for you my brother!
    On Sun, Feb 21, 2021, 3:46 AM Mario Murillo Ministries wrote:
    > mariomurilloministries posted: ” The outpouring of love for my mom was > astounding. Tens of thousands of people around the world sent wonderful and > powerful words of comfort. My family is deeply, deeply grateful. As far as > grieving, I can only speak for myself. My mom’s death hit me h” >


    I’m So sorry for your loss. I pray for you so often but will especially be praying for Gods peace for you and your family. There is a time to stop “ the world” so we can catch our breath. Take all the time YOU NEED! To bring healing to your spirit. You’ve lost someone you love dearly and it’s OK to stop.,,,, To take time to just walk a beach, Sit in a park, it’s OK not to be busy every minute as you deal with all this. I lost the love of my life 3 years ago. I was so blessed to have have him In my life 19 years. He had several years battle with auto immune issues. I knew I’d feel sad but I had no idea the pain would feel like a sword was stuck in my chest! And stayed THERE, hard to breath, think,, everything,, because of REAL PAIN! Oh dear brother, I send you Gods healing love! Be gentle with yourself and don’t let anyone put THEIR expectations on you. You walk with God and sometimes it’s OK TO PULL AWAY to give some time to heal. Love to you brother, Sharry G Wichita
    Sent from my iPhone

  145. Bertha Dillow

    Bro. Murillo, I see the great strength of your mother living on in you. May God let you know her bravery and integrity will continue to live on in you and all her family. We always miss our mothers. My mother died at age 80 almost 17 years ago—we had very little financially growing up but we were raised to have great faith. That is worth more than money can buy. You have a wonderful heritage.

  146. genie153

    As hard as it must be for you to “get out there and preach”, it is medicine and healing to your mind, body, and spirit. Of course your mother would exhort you to get out there and slay the dragon…..that’s what she prayed over you as you were being formed in her womb. That’s your destiny. May God strengthen and comfort you as you go. And may the fruits of your labor multiply exponentially in the days ahead. Love and blessings to you and your previous family. Genie Brown, Newnan, GA

  147. Kristen

    God empower this this word.

  148. Sally Strohm

    Mario, one of the greatest blessings of Covid is that I began following your posts daily! The loss of your beautiful Mother and the gift she gave us in you, is being celebrated in heaven. May millions come to salvation as you, her beloved son continue to what He called you to. I appreciate you more than words can say. we grieve as well as rejoice with you. Thank you for being the courier and carrier of Christ’s love to a hurting world. God bless you and yours.

  149. amybarkman

    God bless you richly Mario, You are such a blessing to the Kingdom. I pray the Comforter wraps His arms around you. And you are blessed to have had her as long as you did. I lost mine when I was 19. Be happy to remember all the good times you had with her. We all love you!

  150. Marsha Carol Watson Gandy

    The Greatest Gift any child can ever be given is a GODLY MOTHER; and MARIO—YOU HAD THE BEST. This is not to say that a GODLY FATHER IS NOT DESPERATELY NEEDED—BECAUSE HE IS…..But a child/children CAN MAKE IT IF THEY HAVE A GODLY MOTHER —even if a father is “Absent Without Leave.”
    Heavenly Father, Thank You for CHRISTINA and her life….Because of her LOVE FOR JESUS AND HER EXAMPLE LIVED BEFORE HER CHILDREN, YOUR ANOINTED vessel: MARIO is TOUCHING THE WORLD….and IT IS ONLY BEGINNING. In Jesus holy name. Amen

  151. yesua7


    • Carol Martell

      A message filled with inspiration and the Holy Spirit. “May God Bless You” and your continued work in ministry.

  152. Mr. Rene Medrano

    Our GOD is our strength and our great Comfort in all our life’s way . We know HE works it all for GOOD. Our 49 year old Son Lives today because my Wife and I would not abort Him back in 1971 when Her doctor suggested us to shed Innocent Blood. Your Wonderful Mother’s Testimony Is JESUS THE LIVING CHRIST. She is Alive Forever more. ” SHE THAT LIVETH AND BELIVETH IN ME SHALL NEVER DIE’ This is what He tells us in John 11:25 . To be absent from the Body is to be present with OUR LORD. We have also lost Loved ones recently. The GOD of ALL COMFORT IS OUR COMFORT. WITH THE LOVE OF GOD, Bless YOU and ALL your Loved ones.
    A BRO. in the Faith of the RESSURECTED CHRIST,
    Rene’ Medrano

  153. penwright1029

    1Th 4:13  But we do not want you to be uninformed, brothers, about those who are asleep, that you may not grieve as others do who have no hope. 
    1Th 4:14  For since we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so, through Jesus, God will bring with him those who have fallen asleep. 
    1Th 4:15  For this we declare to you by a word from the Lord, that we who are alive, who are left until the coming of the Lord, will not precede those who have fallen asleep. 
    1Th 4:16  For the Lord himself will descend from heaven with a cry of command, with the voice of an archangel, and with the sound of the trumpet of God. And the dead in Christ will rise first. 
    1Th 4:17  Then we who are alive, who are left, will be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air, and so we will always be with the Lord. 
    1Th 4:18  Therefore encourage one another with these words. 
    We send you our condolences.

  154. Virginia (Gin) Dunklin

    Dear Mario and Family,
    You were truly Blessed to have such a Beautiful Mother, inside and out.
    She was such a strong Lady and followed God. May you find comfort in your
    heart and soul. You have a powerful Christian voice leading so many to Jesus. God Bless you for all you do. We need a voice such as yours especially in these times. I look forward to reading your daily writings. You are an inspiration, a song and a prayer.
    Gin from the central coast of California

  155. Lisa. S

    I read your beautiful tribute to your beautiful Godly Mom and am praying for God’s comfort and peace for you and yours. ?
    There will come a day when there will be no more goodbyes.
    ETERNITY (in heaven)
    Every day with our loving Lord and glorious
    King Face to face
    To dwell with Him and others forever
    in that radiant place
    Ending never will our fellowship with
    Him be
    Right relationship with the Blessed
    No more darkness only Light
    In Him everything is finally made right
    To no longer struggle with sin and
    You dear Lord we give thanks and
    praise in Your Name
    Amen!!! ❤️♥️❤️
    By Lisa S 2/11/16
    Psalm 34:18
    Matthew 5:4
    Blessings always ?

  156. kenraycollins

    We are so sorry for your loss and are praying for you! Thank you for your ministry! We love you!
    Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone

  157. Darlene W

    She is home and looking over heaven’s grand balcony.Prayers for Holy Spirit comfort. We grieve with you.

  158. Georgia Myers

    I am so sorry that you have have had so much grief over the lost of your wonderful Mother My heart hurts for you and your family.

  159. Ellen Chinzi

    My dear brother Mario. I am so sorry for the loss of your mom. I know and understand the great void this has left in your heart. I have lost my mom, my dad, my youngest brother, my youngest sister and the most recent my beautiful 25 year old granddaughter. All of them except my brother died from cancer. My brother was a police officer killed in the line of duty. When my granddaughter died, after great suffering for ten months, I didn’t think I could go on because the grief was so deep. I had prayed in faith, strong faith. By the strips of Jesus she is and was healed at the cross of calvary. I really believed she would be healed just as I had believed for the other family members, but they all died. I told the Lord, I have walked with you for 48 years, I have been a faithful daughter, I don’t understand why my strong faith in believing what your word says did not happen. I felt in my grief I would not be able to pray for people any longer because it didn’t work. I wrestled with these thoughts for about three weeks. It felt strange to think of not praying for people to be healed and delivered as I had done for so many years, but was in such pain. I went to the Lord one day with this struggle, telling Him it seemed like His word spoken over people didn’t work for me no matter how many times I had prayed in faith. I told Him I couldn’t do it anymore. I then heard Him Loud and clear, He said to me, do not be rocked off your firm foundation for what you do not understand. By the spirit He let me know that in my deepest grief the enemy’s lies that God’s word does not work and its hopeless to even try had creep in where I was weak and vulnerable to rock me off of what I had believed for 48 years. The Lord showed me a spirit of unbelief had come to destroy my faith, that I had not recognized it like I usually would. As I was with the Lord I immediately repented for not believing He would and will do exactly what His word says He will do, I bound the spirit of unbelief, kicked it out and asked Him to forgive me for ever doubting Him. I knew at that moment that our prayers for healing aren’t always the way we think they should be on this side of heaven, we may not understand why not everyone gets healed when we pray for them but knowing they are completely healed on the other side, safe and sound in the Lord’s loving care brings peace. After I prayed and asked the Lord to forgive me for my unbelief. The very next day He put a fire down in my spirit to pray for others like I had never experienced, it felt like he had put a warrior spirit in me to fight this battle we are in as a country for our freedoms and our anointed president Trump in bringing the truth to those who need it. I learned that in our losses and our griefs the Lord will bring great things forth in and through us when we trust Him with the hard things we don’t always understand. I am keeping you and your family in my prayers Mario. The Lord bless you and keep you, His face shine upon you and give you peace each day. ?⚔️?⚔️?⚔️?⚔️?⚔️?⚔️?⚔️?⚔️?⚔️??

  160. sandilebel

    Amen Mario..bless you my brother!
    On Sun, Feb 21, 2021, 3:47 AM Mario Murillo Ministries wrote:
    > mariomurilloministries posted: ” The outpouring of love for my mom was > astounding. Tens of thousands of people around the world sent wonderful and > powerful words of comfort. My family is deeply, deeply grateful. As far as > grieving, I can only speak for myself. My mom’s death hit me h” >

  161. Shawn Peddy

    On Sun, Feb 21, 2021 at 12:53 AM Mario Murillo Ministries wrote:
    > mariomurilloministries posted: ” The outpouring of love for my mom was > astounding. Tens of thousands of people around the world sent wonderful and > powerful words of comfort. My family is deeply, deeply grateful. As far as > grieving, I can only speak for myself. My mom’s death hit me h” >

  162. Ann Robins

    ….so very well stated and your dear Mom would be ever so pleased with you as she always has been.

  163. Irene

    I have always been taught that when someone passes on the spirit of grief rushes in to try to turn us from our appointed course. That spirit of grief is not of God, but from the enemy. We can take comfort in knowing that our loved ones are whole, their youth is renewed, and best of all they are at peace and in the company of Jesus and all those that have gone before us in ages past. Our loved ones will always be with us, they are a part of who we are and they continue to live through us as we go about our assignments from our Heavenly Father. I do know what it is like to have both parents in heaven and I find myself doing something each day that is an extension of them. My prayers are with all those who have had their loved ones change their address to heaven and we are unable to call them or talk with them on the phone or to wrap our arms around them. Take heart that day is in our future and we finish our course and run the race appointed us while we are on this earth. Eternity is a long time and we are in a very short part of it at present. God bless each and every one of you as you run the race set before you!

  164. Yvonne Gulezian

    So sorry for your loss. There’s something about the loss of a mother that words cannot express. She is the one who conceived and brought you into the world and when she leaves a part of you leaves with her. Be encouraged, your mom is chearing you on to continue in running the race set before you to finish strong.
    A Sisiter in Christ

  165. Wordforworld

    TAKE REVENGE MARIO! Follow the Saviour’s example when His beloved relative, John the Baptist, was murdered by a fool of a king.
    After His disciples took John’s body to lay in a tomb, Jesus told them to come to a secret place. (Mark 6:17-29.)
    Jesus saw the multitudes (Mark 6:33-44) and turned His grief into compassion; for the people were as sheep with no shepherd.
    and God be with you, Mario, & confirm His Word with signs following, as it is written in Mark 16:15-20.
    In love, and in Jesus’ Mighty Name. Amen. ?

  166. hectorfigueroa7478

    May the peace and comfort of Holy Spirit be with you and your family
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  167. tcreightoncorrpakbpscom

    Mario thankyou for your daily encouragement. We pray for you and your journey, a righteous one. God bless your ministry and souls to be added to the Kingdom.

  168. kingskid48

    Yes, Pastor Mario, it is evident from what you told us about your lovely and incredible mother that she would not want you, or us, to give up this fight, or lessen yours and our efforts in any way to stand firm for the truth and save this nation.
    Thank you once again for sharing her story with us. She is definitely and inspiration for all of us.
    These saints are among the Great Cloud of Witnesses urging us on, and we will definitely go on. Thank you for being so encouraging.

  169. Daniel and Rose Garvin

    Mario Murillo,
    Your Mother left this earth knowing you are fulfilling God’s will for your life! From your description of her, you were indeed an answer to her prayers and her fight! I have not had a Mom like you so I so value what you have said about her.
    My husband and I love you Mario! We are inspired and challenged by you to continue to fight the good fight of faith no matter what we see around us.

  170. Deborah

    I am a new subscriber to your Bog, and I have not been disappointed in what you write. Sincere condolences in the home going of your Mother. My husband and I have been watching you on Flash Point on The Victory Channel for several months and greatly look forward to each program. Thank you to you and your family and your staff and team for allowing the Holy Spirit to minister the love of God to others.

  171. Connie Strock

    I’m sorry Rip to your mom.

  172. iminalltheway

    Dear Brother Mario, just read about your loss but heaven’s gain of your momma. Having lost my momma 3 years ago today, I know the feelings of loss one moment than excitedness knowing they are where I hope one day to be too:) with Jesus. May all your treasured memories of momma bring you much comfort, joy, laughter, & rememberance of her love to her little boy, YOU:)

  173. Lee Warford

    Mario, words fail me! What a beautiful lady of Spiritual Wealth and Worth. She was evidence to all of us what God’s people are to be. You will recall the occasion of a private circumstance when, in Daly City, your mom was a source of spiritual strength to me. Believing with you for the very Peace of promise to lift and further direct you in the Ministry of your calling. Mario, great as it is, you have only begun. God Bless you. Lee Warford

  174. John Golaboff

    Mario, Sorry for your loss. You mentioned something that I felt the Lord give me and I shared with my friends and some groups I ma on in Facebook.
    I hope it blesses you as you have been a blessing as I have watched you on the victory channel.
    The thing going through me today was something I felt the Lord said to me last night. I had seen a title for a video that said don’t move on, move forward. While I saw it several times nothing seemed out of the ordinary but then it was a subtle hit or push and then the words started to come about this comment.
    The words that came to me was that the children of Israel could have moved forward when they came to the promised land but did not enter. So, when the Lord lifted his presence from the Tabernacle they moved on but not forward. It was not until the last of the rebellious died that they nation of Israel started to move forward under Joshua’s command as the Lord led him.
    So, do we merely move on when something doesn’t go our way or when we see something that is a great injustice but we don’t say anything against it or about it. We don’t even pray about it or ask the Lord to show us anything about that issue. So in that sense we are moving on and wandering in the wilderness vice entering the promise land.
    So it seems that our rebellion must die for us to move forward. That is the hard part. Sometimes we go around the mountain or through desert many times and never move forward. What is in our lives where we are not moving forward? Have we given up and therefore take what has been handed to us instead of pushing past that and moving forward to take hold of what God has for us.
    Sometimes it looks impossible to move forward. Think of Moses and the children of Israel at the Red Sea. Think of Gideon. Move forward with 300 men against thousands? What about Hezekiah against the army of Assyria? The Israeli army in 1967 when out numbered 4 to 1 or more? What am I saying? Ask the Lord how you can move forward so that there is victory in your camp. Where the horse and rider are thrown into the sea. Is it easy? No. But moving forward is where I think the Lord wants us to go. Forward into His presence. Forward into His Word. Forward into the knowledge of who He is and all He has for us. Forward towards a peace that passes all understanding that will keep you no matter what.

  175. Carleta Billy

    Bro. Mario. I’m so very sorry to hear about your dear Mother. My heart goes out to you and your family and praying for you all as well. Certainly she would want you to continue on with no break in ministry because of the timing of God and the salvation of many. You came from good, stable soldier stock and you stand and having all to stand though your heart is grieving and tears are flowing. Your sacrifices will be greatly rewarded dear brother. Fight on! …..from a sister in Christ
    On Sun, Feb 21, 2021 at 1:49 AM Mario Murillo Ministries wrote:
    > mariomurilloministries posted: ” The outpouring of love for my mom was > astounding. Tens of thousands of people around the world sent wonderful and > powerful words of comfort. My family is deeply, deeply grateful. As far as > grieving, I can only speak for myself. My mom’s death hit me h” >

  176. Andrea Frazelle

    Praying for your family during this time of sadness.
    Your mom was a good woman who raised an almighty God fearing son
    We love to hear your words and stand in agreement with you

  177. Janet Lyon

    Even though you know your loving mother is with God, yes, it is very, very hard. I appreciate your being open about the pain. She sounds like an amazing, resilient, Spirit-filled lady, and your tribute was so beautiful! May you sense the comfort of the Spirit during this difficult time.
    My own mother and father had 7 children whom they cherished, and they loved seeing the grandchildren and great-grandbabies come along. I found it hard to lose my parents in the past decade. My husband and I left “our” neighborhood Baptist church because the pastor and the deacon board decided that people that weeping is unacceptable except at a funeral (and they never knew my parents since they live thousands of miles away), and they decided I was too emotional to continue as a Sunday School teacher. Yet now and then a hymn could quickly bring me to tears.
    I am thankful that Jesus mourned Lazarus even though He knew that Lazarus would be rising from the dead. Don’t be ashamed to mourn your mother and to share the pain and grief you feel. Let the tears come. A few pastors won’t understand, but Spirit-sensitive pastors will.

  178. Paul Pratt

    So sorry to hear about the loss of your mother Mario. May you see her in your dreams.

  179. DeeM

    God Bless you and your family during this time. I pray the Holy Spirit provide you comfort and peace. That His presence may surround you.
    Blessed are they that mourn, for they will be comforted.
    I pray for the families of Rush Limbaugh, Rev. Price and Carman’s Families as well.

  180. Gary Walsh

    Mario and Family. I grieve with you. Mother…is a status earned by few…but a term used by many. Your Mother definitely earned her title. God and His Peace will be with you. If my mother heard me criticizing anyone or complaining about their actions, she would always ask me: “Are you praying for them?” Then she would add: “You will never criticize someone you are praying for”. Yes…Mothers are special.

  181. RL Perrin

    God is so wonderful, His ways go beyond our understanding. If we could see through their eyes and hear through their ears what their experiencing now. Being in the presence of their God we would be more than amazed. Eye has not seen nor ear has heard what great things God has for us who believe in Him. They have made it home to the promises of their Lord and cheering us on saying,” You can do all things in Christ Jesus our Lord.
    Bless you Mario for looking from Heavens perspective.

  182. Beverly J. Venkatachar

    You have our sympathy in the loss of your precious mom. She sounds like one remarkable woman. I am sure she is very proud of the work you are doing for the Lord and for ending abortions. I know we are, too! Love to you,
    Bev & Arun

  183. Georgia Morris

    This is so beautiful and so was your mom. Thank you for sharing your precious heart with us. I’ve lost both of my parents and know how difficult it is.?❤️? Keep going, burning even brighter from the fuel of Heaven! We love you Mario, as millions do! Thank you for your voice and love and ministry.

  184. Paul Hetet

    Sorry to hear of Carman passing ? what was the cause if you don’t mind me asking? Paul Louis Hetet Musician Auckland New Zealand
    On Sun, 21 Feb 2021, 9:45 PM Mario Murillo Ministries, wrote:
    > mariomurilloministries posted: ” The outpouring of love for my mom was > astounding. Tens of thousands of people around the world sent wonderful and > powerful words of comfort. My family is deeply, deeply grateful. As far as > grieving, I can only speak for myself. My mom’s death hit me h” >

    • mariomurilloministries

      He died of complications after surgery. We all miss him.

  185. Glenn

    Amen, Amen, Amen, and Amen to each and every comment about these great people of faith and courage. I pray God raises up new leaders to continue the fight to save the lost, America and the world from the lies and deception of the wicked one. God bless you Mario… and your team!!!

  186. Caroline St. George

    I read this blog on 2/23/21- it was 11 years ago today that I lost my father.. my dad’s death hit me hard too, like I lost my right arm. How would I function? He is felt so strong in my heart everyday.. This blog meant a lot to me. I remember Carman coming to Tucson, AZ several times to do a concert at our church. I used to listen to Rush in the car and watch Apostle Price so many times. Through tears I write this, and thank you and all of them for gracing our lives and teaching us. And our parents for showing us the kind of love that only a parent can give. May God bless you and heal your heart. Just know that you mean so much to so many of us. I am praying for you and the families of Rush, Carman and Apostle Price. May God give you His shalom.
    Caroline S.

  187. oregonpamela

    Thank you Mario for Bravely Fighting on in Honor of your Mother, All those Greats of the Faith that have recently entered their fullness in Heaven and most of all for your Lord and Savior Jesus!! May your Ministry continue to Grow, Bless, Heal and Bring MANY legions to Faith!! God is Honoring your Mother’s Choice for Life in a HUGE way through YOU! What a Tremendous Wonder and Blessing for the Entire World!! Bless you Mario!

  188. RitaPearl

    Thank you Mario. Thank you for your words and the extension of their words of encouragement and exhortation, strength and fortitude to keep pressing; to keep moving forward in this fight of Faith. As disciples ‘disciplined ones’ of our Saviour & Lord Jesus Christ. Remembering the call, the commission, the promises and His exhortation, we are not alone. Throughout each generation, there’s a call. There’s a mantle passed. We can do all things through His Anointing which strengthens us. Thank you to these mighty servants of The Most High who truly paved a way. Pastor/Dr Price, I grew up under his teaching and later my children also came to The Lord through his teaching and love for Jesus and grew in Jesus and the knowledge of His word. Carman touched our young people through not just his ministry but his touchable love for Christ and them. They had the opportunity to minister w/ him at a concert in their hometown. He ministered to the young and older, stirring up bold faith and courage to Stand Strong & always fight the good fight of Faith. Your Mom’s strength, love & courage lives on through you. And Rush’s voice will be remembered and heard for years to come. Thank you for the inspiration to press on. The comfort through the passings of our loved ones. May The Shalom Peace of God uphold us, and ‘His’ everlasting Joy continue to be our strength, as we move forward in these days ahead. Not loosing hope, remembering His words, keeping our eyes fixed on Jesus Christ, our Lord. To The Glory of our God our Father & His. Amen.

  189. Tammy Hillin

    God bless you and all the Saints who have moved on to heaven. I recently discovered your ministry and appreciate your gift of communicating God’s word in today’s context. Thank you again.

  190. Barbara Lineberry

    Praying as you grieve the loss of your mother. I too am grieving the loss of my mother, her memorial is tomorrow. My heart hurts as I’m sure yours does. My only comfort is knowing she is with the Lord and is now pushing me to move forward as your precious mother is moving you to keep moving forward. There is comfort knowing our mothers are with the Lord but there is that hole that will never be filled. The night before my mother passed she told me “Jesus is standing right here next to my chair.” I knew that he had come to take her home. God bless you and your ministry and comfort you in your loss.

  191. Gunnar

    Tied for my #1 Sympathy Cards to give us a Future and a Hope, but NOT before our time: David Wilkerson’s: – “Ultimate Healing” 10-1-1979 (tremendous teaching) and
    Within Heaven’s Gates by Rebecca Springer (formerly Intra Muros – My Dream of Heaven). One of my favorite Books on Heaven both are excellent on bereavement and grieving and Saints in Heaven. Heaven’s gain, is all our loss.
    When first heard Carmen had passed, I thought of his “I’ve Got the Joy” song on VHS and the Joy/Fun they had singing that Song along “Witches Invitation”, Destination is There”; have lots of his VHS; saw him # of times in Concert and talked to him in Long Beach, CA. Such a Catalyst, kinda wished he had done a Talk Show, salvation emphasis intertwined with Music Talent; what a gift! (get your socks blessed off; hope he’s cutting a rug in Heaven).
    Also, Mario: (if we would all work/come together, wonderful song “Gods got an Army”).
    I’m THANKFUL for ALL the years we had our loved ones and all the amazing lessons and the gifts that they were to us. Serious prayers for family members!
    I Corinthians 15:26 – The last enemy that shall be destroyed is death. Read the entire Chapter. Thinking of them, ALL worshipping in Heaven!

  192. Teresa Galer

    Thank you Mario for writing this blog. February has been a tough month. Personally our class of 78 lost two people in one day and the next a classmate lost his younger sister to a second heart attack. I have had my own health struggles since Jan 1, I know the toll of losing a mom. Mine passed on six years ago this may. She was not godly but man it hit heart. I struggled to want to do anything. All I did was cry. The day she died I felt her presence with me that night. I decribe that loss like the severing of the umbellicle chord. I cried for months and rarely went anywhere other then work. Healing came to me in getting her jewelry box and wearing her jewelery for two years. I will pray for you that the God of all comfort will comfort and strengthen you. Yes they are exhorting us to carry on. I am. thankful I still have my dad who turned 94 on feb 22. anyhow I pray for replacements and an uyrising.

  193. NewHeavenOnEarth

    I am looking forward to MARCHING forward in March! no looking back like Lot’s wife

  194. RosyFuture

    Dear Mario,
    First I want to express my sincere sympathy regarding the passing of your beautiful mother. I just read the article you wrote honoring her.I have heard you tell about your mom. It is obvious how much you love her.
    I am 80 years old and the mother of 5 children. It breaks my heart to think of them grieving when I go to heaven. I’ve told them to think of how much I love them.
    Mario, Your mom is in the arms of her Savior but she will never leave your heart. She is only one sweet memory away from you.
    May God continue to bless you, your family and your ministry. May He keep you safe as you win those souls for His glory.?

  195. Kathy

    I am so sorry for the loss of your mom. Your love for her speaks volumes of who she was. Thank you Mario for the way you encourage all to keep fighting the good fight.

  196. wannablog2

    God bless you Mario! I know your mom is cheering you on,and is very proud of you.Im sorry to hear of your loss Margaret petersen
    On Sun, Feb 21, 2021 at 12:45 AM Mario Murillo Ministries wrote:
    > mariomurilloministries posted: ” The outpouring of love for my mom was > astounding. Tens of thousands of people around the world sent wonderful and > powerful words of comfort. My family is deeply, deeply grateful. As far as > grieving, I can only speak for myself. My mom’s death hit me h” >



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