What do you say to a family member?

What do you say to a family member?

The Right Words of Comfort for Someone Grieving

  • I’m sorry.
  • I care about you.
  • He/she will be dearly missed.
  • He/she is in my thoughts and prayers.
  • You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
  • You are important to me.
  • My condolences.
  • I hope you find some peace today.

What prayer do you say when someone dies?

Prayer for the Faithful Departed Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them. May their souls and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen. O Lord, your sorrowing Mother stood by your cross; help us in our sorrows to share your sufferings.

How do you pray for someone who lost a family member?

Bless those who mourn, eternal God, with the comfort of your love that they may face each new day with hope and the certainty that nothing can destroy the good that has been given. May their memories become joyful, their days enriched with friendship, and their lives encircled by your love.

Can you pray for someone’s soul?

Does praying for a dead person do any good? The answer is no, we are not God and therefore, we have no say of their souls after they had died. We are not going to sway God be asking Him to show mercy on someone who has already died, if they don’t believe in Him, they will not have eternal life.

What kind of flowers do you give someone who lost a loved one?

Common white cut flowers sent as a sign of sympathy include sympathy lilies, white roses, orchids and irises. Once the service is over, potted flowering plants are often carried home by the family of the deceased and live on as a memory of the service, the lost loved one, and your consideration.

What to do for someone who is grieving?

The Do’s

  1. Check in on them. Make an effort to check in with your friend, even if it is a quick phone call, a card or an invitation to grab a coffee together.
  2. Understand the grieving process.
  3. Listen more, talk less.
  4. Let them cry.
  5. Ask questions.
  6. Offer practical help.
  7. Be willing to sit in silence.
  8. Remember important dates.