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A Few Things to Make Your Mom Feel Loved!

Enjoy, honor and celebrate your mom this Mother’s Day! Here are a few ways to do this.


Pray for Your Mother

Pray for your mother’s strength daily. Ask God to help her in every role in her life, including being the best possible mom for you. Also pray for your own strength and ask God to help you be the best daughter and person that you can be. Remember, “your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour” (1 Peter 5:8). Stay “prayed up” so that Satan can’t bring chaos and distraction into your relationship with your mother.


Become Best Friends With Your Mother

I know that it’s hard to believe, but your mom was once your age and she’s gone through many of the exact same things that you’re experiencing now! She learned a lot from her experiences and wants to share her knowledge with you. Your mother wants to know what’s going on in your life and she wants to help you get through it. However, it’s up to you to open the door and let her in. Remember, your mom isn’t the enemy—she’s actually your best friend!


Thank Your Mom Often!

Don’t forget to thank your mom regularly. Your mom sacrifices a lot but she enjoys every second of it! Why? Because she loves you unconditionally! Your mom loves being your mom, but she’d really appreciate if you’d acknowledge what she does a little more often. We all enjoy a little praise and appreciation for a job well done sometimes. She’s no different!


A mother’s love for her child runs deep. Nourish your relationship with your mom. Receive her guidance and wisdom willingly. Remember, your mother was preordained by God to help you fulfill your mission in life. She loves you very much! Take a few minutes each week, or even every day, to truly appreciate her!

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  1. Posted by on October 27, 2011 at 14:04

    Ive had many relationship problems with my mom because we are so alike. I have tried to be better at controlling my tone and doing what she asks of me. I’m going to try to improve our relationship 🙂

  2. Posted by on June 15, 2011 at 17:52

    487473, Well like Simi said, pray for your mom, don’t just pray for her to soften up but pray for God to strengthen the relationship between you too. Letting your mom know how you feel is also important too, don’t hide em, cry if you have to.Don’t be influenced by your friend who don’t want anything to do with their parents. They will lean upon their own understanding in life, wish in the bible in Proverbs it tells us not to. Just be Obedient to your mom, i used to have a very strict Mother Daughter relationship with my mom, but the more i prayed the more she opened up to me 🙂 Take my advice and be optimistic about it and things will work out just fine :)—– God bless you and be looking for a Breakthrough because I’m going to Pray that you get one 🙂

  3. Posted by on June 1, 2011 at 18:13

    487473, one of the best things you could do is the first thing on this list. Pray that she would soften up to you. Meanwhile continue to be nice. Things can change! 🙂

  4. Posted by on May 30, 2011 at 08:59

    I tried to be be friends with my mom, but she always says, “I’m not your friend, I’m your mother!” and she always tells me we have nothing in common…ugh. She doesn’t know how lucky she is to have me. Most of my friends don’t want anything to do with their parents.