I've read the passage below many times over the course of my life, but for some reason I was fascinated this time with Jesus' interaction with his mother.
"The next day there was a wedding celebration in the village of Cana in Galilee. Jesus' mother was there, and Jesus and his disciples were also invited to the celebration. The wine supply ran out during the festivities, so Jesus' mother told him, 'They have no more wine.'
'Dear woman, that's not our problem,' Jesus replied. 'My time has not yet come.'
But his mother told the servants, 'Do whatever he tells you.'
Standing nearby were six stone water jars, used for Jewish ceremonial washing. Each could hold twenty to thirty gallons. Jesus told the servants, 'Fill the jars with water.' When the jars had been filled, he said, 'Now dip some out, and take it to the master of ceremonies.' So the servants followed his instructions." John 2:1-8 NLT
Here is the Son of God, a grown man, having a "Yes, Mom" moment. He actually objects briefly. Clearly he doesn't want to do it, but Mary doesn't even respond to him. She simply ignores the protest and goes to chat with the servants to get the ball rolling. So, with nothing more to say, Jesus promptly turns water into wine. He submitted Himself to her and He honored her. He didn't have to, obviously. I'm sure He had plenty of things He could have said to justify not doing what she asked Him to do. It wasn't exactly in line with His mission statement. And yet He chose to honor this request anyway.
When I consider that, it seems clear that how we treat our parents (even as adults) is very important to God. They deserve our honor and respect. If your parents are still living, what does honoring them as an adult look like? It's true that we could never repay them for all of the sacrifices they made on our behalf. But honoring them? That we can do.