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Old Testament Scripture Mastery Colorful Posters

This it my senior year of Seminary, which is a pretty terrifying prospect! As I said last year, I fell in love with the Scripture Mastery program halfway through my sophomore year, when I moved to a stake which really emphasized mastery.

This past year I LOVED Doctrine & Covenants Scripture Mastery, and had all the verses memorized before the school year even started—which created a friendly love/hate relationship between me and my classmates during scripture chases. I’ve already started memorizing Old Testament verses, so now only time will tell how I fare.

Anyway, I made posters for this year’s Old Testament scripture mastery verses! The design itself is similar to the design I used last year, but I added a cursive font to jazz up some keywords and make them stand out. The final result is nice and simple, but still classy!

You can download the files here.

They are 300dpi JPG 8.5 x 11 files (I tried to do a PDF, but scary things happened when I’d save them), and are in a variety of colors, though they’d print in black and white just fine. I wouldn’t encourage scaling them down at all due to the size of the text (especially Exodus 20!), but they should turn out great printed as they are.

{Sharing Time} The Sabbath Is A Day Of Rest And Worship

Downloaded from: http://littleldsideas.blogspot.com/2014/08/sharing-time-sabbath-is-day-of-rest-and.html Sharing Time Ideas from 2014 OutlineIDENTIFY THE DOCTRINE(unscrambling words): Give each class an envelope containing nine pieces of paper with one of the following words written on each: The Sabbath is a day of rest and worship. Ask them to put the words in the correct order. Discuss the meaning of “rest” and “worship.” Repeat the phrase together. (Click here for printable from lds.org)ENCOURAGE UNDERSTANDING(discussing scriptures): Write…
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Idolatry Worksheet

Here is a handout I made to go with the Seminary lesson for Exodus 32. Following are the quotes, etc, that are included: IDOLATRY loving the creation more than the creator “Let us here observe, that three things are necessary in order that any rational and intelligent being may exercise faith in God unto life and salvation. “First, the idea that he actually exists. “Secondly, a correct idea of his…
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Keep the Sabbath day Holy – Sabbath Sundae

Object Lesson

Items Needed: A bowl of ice cream Delicious topping for the ice cream Ketchup, mustard, and mayonnaise Lesson Idea: Begin by showing your participants a bowl of ice cream. Ask what kinds of topping they like on their ice cream. (Chocolate, caramel, whipped cream, etc.) Now place the delicious topping on the ice cream and ask who would like to eat some. (Most should.) Pull out your bottle of ketchup…
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Online Seminary Training

I wrote a little bit last week on the online resources for Seminary training, but my internet connection flipped out and the blog entry was lost before it could save. :( So I’m going to try to reconstruct was I was doing last week to prepare for Seminary. I didn’t spend a whole lot of time on Seminary toward the end of the week because I was trying to finish…
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Keeping the Commandments / Moses lesson with craft

Lesson If ye keep my commandments, ye shall abide in my love; even as I have kept my Father’s commandments, and abide in his love (John 15:10). Have you ever tried to play a game that didn’t have any rules? You wouldn’t know how to start the game, how to play it, or how to know when it was finished. Rules tell us what to do. Heavenly Father and Jesus…
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Honour Thy Father and Thy Mother

Before Primary starts, hide the following wordstrips around the room (make the first letter of each word bold): Heed, Obey, Need, Owe our life, Understand, Respect. [Tell the children you’ve hidden the word strips, and then] Have the children who find them bring them to the front. Post the words, one above the other, to vertically spell “honour”. Have everyone read Ex. 20:12 and, if appropriate, mention that in the…
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Keep the Commandments Scavenger Hunt

Sing “Keep the Commandments” (CS, pp. 146–147). Talk about the importance of knowing what the commandments are so that we can keep them. Have a scripture “scavenger hunt” to “collect” some commandments. Post the following scripture references (but not the words in parentheses) against the chalkboard: Alma 13:28–29 (pray); D&C 1:37 (study scriptures); Ex. 20:8–11 (keep the Sabbath holy); D&C 59:9–12 (attend church and take the sacrament); D&C 119:4 (pay…
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