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A Tribute to Mother Annie Mae Milbourne Daughter of Zion
Daughters of Zion Motto
Colossians 3 vs 1-4
If ye then be risen with Christ, seek those things which are above, where Christ sitteth on the right hand of God.
2 Set your affection on things above not on things on the earth. 3 For ye are dead, and your life is hid with Christ in God. 4 When Christ, who is our life, shall appear, then shall ye also appear with him in glory.
Wherein it has pleased the almighty God to take from our midst our dearly beloved Daughter of Zion, Mother Annie Mae Milbourne, we the Daughters of Zion of the United Churches of the Lord Jesus Christ humbly submit to the will of the Lord.
Mother Annie Mae Milbourne was the former Secretary for the Daughters of Zion for many years. She kept the records of the meetings, missionary work and funds. In each meeting after reading the minutes, everyone was able to give a report of how they were of service that month. Mother Milbourne always had a praise report. Many times she would testify of God's healing power in her and others. She would often say, we women have things we can talk about in these meetings that we wouldn't talk about around anyone else.
Mother Annie Mae Milbourne was a member of the Daughters of Zion since the 1960's. She along with other Daughters of Zion, some who are no longer with us such as Mother Collins, Mother Brown, Mother Dunbar, Mother Clayton, Mother Berry, Sister Price, Mother Alexander and many others and those who still remain would travel to the saints or anyone's home who had a need. The primary duties of a Daughter of Zion is to work in any capacity in which there is a need; such as washing dishes, doing laundry, cooking, cleaning, and attending to an individual(s) personal care as well as praying and singing, while assisting those in need. Mother Milbourne would travel anywhere and there was nothing she would not do to help. She along with Mother Collins also drove the saints to church every Sunday when they were able to travel on their own. The Daughters of Zion are a band of praying women who live a life that is pleasing in God's sight and who expect God to answer when they pray.
Mother Annie Mae Milbourne was available and willing to pray for you at any time. When she was asked to pray for someone or about something, she would immediately go down on her knees in prayer, expecting God to answer her. She was what the bible called a "wailing woman." She was someone you could call on because you knew she could get a prayer through to God because of the life she lived. She didn't just talk this life of Christ she lived it. Often times while working at Green Giant, she would be called upon to pray for employees and supervisors. She told the story of how she was persecuted on her job for being in holiness, but never wavered in her faith and commitment to God. She said she never retaliated but prayed and God saw fit to make her enemies be at peace with her. The very enemies who persecuted her were the ones who eventually ask her for prayer. Thus God change these enemies to friends. She would often say if you hold your peace God will bring you out. He'll fight your battle. There is nothing too hard for God. Just take him at his word.
Mother Annie Mae Milbourne loved to have visitors in her home. She always welcomed you with a big Praise the Lord!! Come on in and have a seat. You knew that you were going to have a Holy Ghost time in the Lord, talking about God and his goodness, singing, praying, breaking bread and just enjoying the fellowship of her company and the presence of God in her home. She also opened up her home to the saints for tarry service and as a place to lay their weary heads. Her home was full of love. She loved everyone and she made no hesitation to tell you this. She would say "you have to love if you want to see God." Her words still echo so clearly, "If you want to see Jesus keep that heart clean!"
Mother Annie Mae Milbourne's life was exemplary. Every time you had a conversation with her she always gave an encouraging word. Mother Milbourne was a true Daughter of Zion and virtuous woman. She was an inspiration to sisters young and old. You could talk to her about anything and never have to worry about hearing it again. In every situation she would say pray... there is nothing else to do but pray. There are many who can testify about how their lives were affected and changed by this awesome Daughter of Zion. Truly, the works she did and the life she lived spoke for her.
Mother Annie Mae Milbourne loved her pastor, her church family as well as her natural family. She was not only a Daughter of Zion but she was a virtuous woman. Her price was far above rubies. The heart of her husband safely trusted in her. She did him good and not evil all the days of his and her life for she still honored him in his death. She worked willingly with her hands. She rose while it was yet night and gave meat to her household. She girdeth her loins with strength. She stretched out her hand to the poor. She reached forth her hands to the needy. Strength and honor were in her clothing. She shall rejoice in time to come. She opened her mouth with wisdom and in her tongue was the law of kindness. She looked well to the ways of her household and ate not the bread of idleness. Her children naturally and spiritually rose up and called her blessed. Her husband also and he praised her (for there was no one like Anna Mae to Henry Milbourne). Many daughters have done virtuously, but she excellest them all. Favor is deceitful and beauty is vain but a woman such as Daughter of Zion Mother Annie Mae Milbourne feared the Lord and she was praised. Her own works shall praise her in the gates. She was honored by all.
Mother Annie Mae Milbourne often said she wanted to go home. And yes, one day she will go home. For we believe, according to the life she lived, she will go to a home far better than she could ever imagine. A home we are all striving to get to one day. Oh I Want To See Him... Just to look upon his face... There to sing forever of his saving grace... On the streets of Glory let me lift my voice... Cares are passed home at last ever to rejoice.
Sleep on Daughter of Zion Mother Annie Mae Milbourne. Take your rest. You have fought a good fight and when the Chief Shepherd shall appear, ye shall receive a crown of glory that fadeth not away.
Sorrowfully Submitted by the Daughters of Zion of The United Churches of the Lord Jesus Christ, Elder Dr. Lowell Collins, Pastor