Archive

Nt Acts 22-23 Paul

Downloaded from: http://seminarymoments.blogspot.com/2013/03/nt-acts-22-23-paul.html Who is Paul? What was his occupation? What did he look like? What kind of a voice did he have? Where was he born? These and many more questions were answered. We took our journals and looked up scriptures to find out: His Occupation Acts 18:3 Ability with languages Acts 21:37-40Birthplace Acts 21:39His teacher Acts 22:3Citizenship Acts 22: 25-29Religious Training Acts 26: 4-5 We learned some of his…
Read more

Acts 21-28

This was a short week due to the President’s day holiday, but we were able to do 8 chapters.  From now on the material is going to go faster and faster.  So far I don’t think that we are having any problems keeping up on the reading.  I did some averaging last week, and our daily reading is 96%.  That means that on an average day, 15.36 out of 16…
Read more

Missionary Preparation Worksheet

I will use this worksheet with our study of Acts 21 and Acts 22 tomorrow.  It is a worksheet based loosely on the lesson in the NT Seminary manual.   I altered it to demonstrate that students in our class are also preparing for missions right now in ways they may not have considered.  I am using it as independant work while I give out report cards and meet with…
Read more

Acts 26, “Almost” or “Altogether” a CHRISTIAN: Testimony VS Conversion

Downloaded from: http://brosimonsays.wordpress.com/2013/02/13/acts-26-almost-or-altogether-a-christian-testimony-vs-conversion/ “Knowing that the gospel is true is the essence of a testimony. Consistently being true to the gospel is the essence of conversion.” (Elder David A. Bednar, Converted Unto the Lord. Ensign, Nov. 2012)  

Acts 24-26, Civis Romanus Sum: Blessings for Citizens in God’s Kingdom

Downloaded from: http://brosimonsays.wordpress.com/2013/02/12/acts-24-26-civis-romanus-sum-blessings-for-citizens-in-gods-kingdom/   “If you have not chosen the Kingdom of God, it will make in the end no difference what you have chosen instead” (in Neal A. Maxwell,The Smallest Part [1973], 1. Quoting William Law, an eighteenth century English clergyman).

THIS WEBSITE WILL CEASE OPERATIONS ON DEC 31, 2018.
We are moving to http://NoBoringLessons.com/ where you can find Come Follow Me Lesson ideas for the new 2019 curriculum Dismiss