While moms deserve celebrating every day of the year, there is one day a year that is just for them – Mother’s Day! There are lots of ways to celebrate moms and make them feel loved on their special day. One way is by sharing with them these LDS Mother’s Day quotes. You can share this article with them or print out the pre-made quotes in this article and gift them. These printable quotes make excellent handouts in Sacrament and Relief Society!
15 Perfectly Said LDS Mother’s Day Quotes With Matching Printable Cards!
“The highest and noblest work in this life is that of a mother” – Russell M. Nelson
Everyone’s job is different, but the job of a mother is universally the same. Moms are made for nurturing, nourishing, and caring for their children. A moms job is essential to the creation of a good human being, they are in charge of raising the next generation and shaping the world.
“There are few things more powerful than the faithful prayers of a righteous mother.” – Boyd K. Packer
Heavenly Father hears our prayers. He is our parent, and He knows how hard it is to be a parent. He hears the prayers of mothers who are struggling, and He answers them. We just have to be willing to open our hearts and our minds to His answer.
“There is eternal influence and power in motherhood.” – Julie B. Beck
Motherhood holds so much power, that’s why it is such an important job. A mother has exceptional influence over their children’s lives and who their children turn out to be. Mothers shape the world.
“There is no role in life more essential and more eternal than that of motherhood.” – M. Russell Ballard
Mothers have the hardest job, that’s why it is so rewarding and so essential. The influence a mother has in her children’s lives will affect them for all time and eternity. She has the power to set an example of worthiness and teach her children how to become like Christ and live according to the commandments.
“Motherhood is near to divinity. It is the highest, holiest service to be assumed by mankind. It places her who honors its holy calling and service next to the angels.” – First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
There is no honor greater than being a mother. A child is a precious gift, and it’s a mother’s responsibility to love and care for the children she is blessed with. With great power comes great responsibility!
“If you try your best to be the best [mother] you can be, you will have done all that a human being can do and all that God expects you to do.” – Jeffrey R. Holland
God expects nothing more from us than trying our best. He knows we aren’t capable of being perfect people or perfect parents, and he doesn’t expect that of us. All he asks of us is we do our best and always strive for improvement.
“Few of us will reach our potential without the nurturing of both the mother who bore us and the mothers who bear with us.” – Sheri L. Dew
They say it takes a village to raise a child, and they’re right! The mother who raised you, and the other mother figures are who helped shape you. Then once you become a mother yourself, you rely on other mother’s around you as well, and they play a role in raising your children. It’s a cycle designed by God.
“One cannot forget mother and remember God. One cannot remember mother and forget God.” – Thomas S. Monson
This is a beautiful quote showing how God and the mother of a child work together to create, raise, and shape a child. One can’t do it without the other. God allows for creation, sets morals and expectations, and gives the mother a guidebook on how to raise the children. The mother grows the baby, raises them, cares for them, and teaches them. It takes two!
“When you observe kind and gentle mothers in action, you see women of great strength.” – Margaret D. Nadauld
It takes all kinds of strength to raise a child. Mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual strength! Being a mother is not for the faint of heart. Kindness and gentleness can be difficult to maintain during times of stress.
“There is nothing in this world as personal, as nurturing, or as life-changing as the influence of a righteous woman.” – M. Russell Ballard
Women offer such a unique and wonderful perspective on life and all things in it. Everyone needs a righteous woman in their lives, whether it’s their mom, wife, sister, or someone else.
“To all mothers in every circumstance, I say, ‘Be peaceful. Believe in God and yourself. You are doing better than you think you are.’” – Jeffrey R. Holland
Every mom needs to hear these words at some point in their life. Mother’s need not only to believe in God, but in themselves as well, because God believes in them. He never gives us something we aren’t capable of doing.
“There is no limit to what a woman with a mother heart can accomplish.” – Julie B. Beck
There’s a reason that God designed women the way he did. Mothers have an innate gift to be nurturing, loving, caring, and so much more.
“We are all mothers.” – Sheri L. Dew
Whether women have children or not, they are still mothers because God designed women to have motherly traits. Women can touch the lives of others in a way only a mother can. We also don’t know what our heavenly family will be like, women may have children there that they never got the chance to meet on earth!
“Motherhood is near to divinity.” – Russell M. Nelson
No human being is perfect, no one is completely Christ-like or committed to following God’s commandments. But moms are as close as it gets! They are selfless, caring, and live to serve others.
“The love of a true mother comes nearer to being like the love of God than any other kind of love” – Joseph F. Smith
A mother’s love is the closest thing on Earth to God’s love for us. Though we can never fully understand or experience the love God has for us, a mother’s love is the only thing comparable.
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Final Thoughts On These LDS Mother’s Day Quotes
We hope you enjoyed these beautiful LDS Quotes for moms. Be sure to share these in church with all of the moms, grandmas, aunts, and other wonderful women in your life. What are your favorite Mother’s Day quotes? Feel free to comment below!